Top-15 Photos: Parapan American Games Day Two

By U.S. Paralympics | Aug. 10, 2015, 10:24 a.m. (ET)

On day two of the Parapan American Games in Toronto, U.S. swimmers captured five medals, including two silvers from Mallory Weggemann and a silver in the 4x50-meter freestyle 20 pts. relay. Benjamin Hadden won Team USA’s first table tennis gold, going undefeated against competitors from Brazil, Canada and Venezuela. Meanwhile, U.S. archers started competition strong on Sunday, qualifying for seven of eight medal rounds. The tennis courts also saw some action Sunday, with Team USA's Steve Baldwin and Jon Rydberg earning wins in men's singles play. The women’s goalball team recorded its second 10-0 shutout to remain perfect in the tournament so far, while the women’s sitting volleyball and wheelchair basketball teams each began competition with victories. Men’s team sports also performed well, earning wins in goalball, sitting volleyball, and wheelchair basketball and wheelchair rugby.

Team USA collects four silvers, one bronze in the pool

Mallory Weggemann added to her medal haul with two silvers in the women's 400m and 50m freestyle S8.

Haley Beranbaum (right) poses after winning silver in the women's 100m breaststroke SB5(4-5).

Sophia Herzog congratulates teammate Reilly Boyt at the finish of the mixed 4x50m freestyle 20 pts. relay, in which Team USA won silver.

Zachary Shattuck, Boyt, Herzog and Curtis Lovejoy celebrate after winning silver in the mixed 4x50m freestyle 20 pts. relay.

Women's sitting volleyball opens play with win over Canada

Courtney Baker tips the ball over the net during the U.S. Women's Sitting Team's rout of Canada on Sunday.

Nicky Nieves and the U.S. Parapan Women's Sitting Volleyball team celebrate their competition debut after a 25-1, 25-14, 25-11 win over Canada.

U.S. archers qualify for seven of eight medal rounds

Matt Stutzman takes aim in the compound open preliminaries, where he scored an event record of 687.

Samantha Tucker finished fifth in the women's compound open preliminaries on Sunday.

U.S. women's goalball team records second straight 10-0 shutout

Amanda Dennis fires one away in the U.S. women's quick 10-0 shutout against Nicaragua.

Squad goals: Jen Armbruster, Eliana Mason and Amanda Dennis combine as a defensive dream team, helping the U.S. women to hold their opponents scoreless through two matches.

Baldwin, Rydberg earn wins in men's singles play

Steve Baldwin defeated Efrain Cabrera (Ecuador) 2-0 to advance to Monday's singles quarterfinals match.

With a 2-0 victory over Cuba's Alexei Perez (right), Jon Rydberg (left) moved onto the men's singles quarterfinals match.

U.S. wheelchair basketball teams remain undefeated

Mackenzie Soldan keeps the ball away from a Puerto Rican opponent in the United States' 95-36 victory Sunday night.

Megan Blunk controls the ball in the U.S. women's opening victory against Puerto Rico Sunday.

Men's soccer drops close opening match to Canada, 2-1

David Garza (left) defends the ball against a Canadian opponent. The U.S. men's soccer 7-a-side team looks to bounce back after losing 2-1 to the host country on Sunday.