Arendz already had raced to a silver and bronze in biathlon here, plus a bronze in cross-country skiing's 1.5-kilometre sprint classic.
After Arendz missed the top of the Paralympic medal podium four years ago in Sochi, he harnessed that frustration in every training session.
Japanese snowboarder Gurimu Narita has won gold in men's banked slalom at the PyeongChang Winter Paralympics. Wilkie finished the race with a final time of 22:12.2 while fellow Canadian Emily Young finished in the bronze medal spot with a time of 22:13.9.
They will be presented with their awards at the closing ceremony in PyeongChang on Sunday.
Lysova performed in pair with sighted guide Alexey Ivanov.
This worldwide multi-sport event for athletes with disabilities, governed by the global Paralympic Committee, has events in six sports with a total of 80 gold medals to be awarded.
Six more medals were won in biathlon on the fourth day with 18-year-old Taras Rad demonstrating extreme competitiveness, overcoming American Daniel Cnossen in the men's 12.5-km sitting event, gaining time in his final turns and shooting a ideal 20 for 20, to win the gold medal by 1:01.7 seconds.
Hall won gold on Saturday through his two runs totalling one minute and 36 seconds - 39 seconds ahead of second placed Arthur Bauchet of France.
Narita also won bronze in snowboard cross on Monday.
The 28-year-old, a victor of five medals at the Games, including two golds, was chosen by a vote of fellow American athletes.
Another Canadian biathlete, Mark Arendz, won gold in the men's biathlon standing 15K event earlier on Friday. Ukraine stands a solid chance of surpassing 20-plus medals at these Games.
His talent, drive and determination enabled him to win five medals in para nordic events and I'm thrilled I was able cheer for him at the Games. Her team mate Lisa Bunschoten took bronze.