In Pool 1 of the under-14 category, David Pan won all his matches comfortably to take first place, with Brandon Thomas coming second.
In Pool 2, Owen Hall won all his matches with only one really close match – 22-20, 21-18 – against the second-place Logan MacDougall.
In the under-14 crossovers, Pan had a comfortable win over MacDougall, and Hall also won comfortably against Thomas. However, the final between Hall and Pan was a very hard-fought game in which both athletes played three long and tough games.
Hall lost the first 18-21, but took the second and third 21-12, 22-20 to win the competition.
MacDougall gained third place in a closely-contested three-game playoff against Thomas.
Barlow and Brohan Brennan won their matches in two straight games to
emerge as convincing winners of Pool 1 and Pool 2 of the under-16 event. Ethan Craig
took second place in Pool 1. and Connor Loerick was second in Pool 2.
There were good rallies in the crossover match between Brennan and Loerick, but the former played more consistently and won his match 21-14, 21-15.
Against Craig in the other crossover, Barlow was not extended and ended with a winning score of 21-10, 21-10.
In the final, his generally good control of the game and fewer errors enabled Barlow to take the under-16 competition against Brennan 21-9, 21-12.
Loerick took third place in a very well-contested game with Craig.
The under-19 event was a single pool round-robin format, and resulted in MacKinnon
taking first place without losing a game to any player. Alex DesRoches, with only one
loss to MacKinnon, was second while third place went to Paul Hong.