The Kamloops Canoe and Kayak Club was on the podium in seven events on the weekend, competing in the Ted Houk Regatta in Seattle.
The club picked up three gold medals, one silver medal and three bronze medals.
Competing in the K1 bantam men's 200-metre race, Stanley Netherton won the club's first of three gold medals. He would go on to capture two more first-place finishes on Green Lake, winning gold in the 200m and 500m distances.
The remainder of the club's medals would come in team events.
Netherton would add to his medal haul in the K4 juvenile men's 1,000m, winning silver in a boat with Aiden Tabata, Spencer Robinson and Michael Lanyon. The quartet would also win a bronze medal in the K4 junior men's 1,000m.
Lanyon, Robinson and Tabata also joined Isaiah Buist for the K4 open/masters men's 1,000m, again medalling with a third-place finish.
Lanyon and Robinson later teamed up in the K2 juvenile men's 1,000m race, winning the club's third bronze medal.