Teryl Resources and Minewest Silver and Gold Announce Assay Results From 2012 Silverknife Ag-Zn-Pb Re-Sampling Program Confirms

Teryl Resources and Minewest Silver and Gold Announce Assay Results From 2012
       Silverknife Ag-Zn-Pb Re-Sampling Program Confirms The High Grade
                           Silver/Lead/Zinc Results

PR Newswire

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 14, 2012

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Teryl Resources
Corp. (TSX Venture Exchange: TRC.V, OTCBB: TRYLF) and Minewest Silver and Gold
announce that analytical results from the 2012 Silverknife Ag-Zn-Pb core
re--sampling project in north central B.C. have been received and compiled by
the Company and confirm historically reported mineralization. Additionally,
the 2012 program has defined high priority drill targets for a fully permitted
2013 diamond drilling program targeting extension to the known Ag-Zn-Pb
mineralization.

During the course of the 2012 Silverknife program, the Project was accessed
and the 25+ year old core storage site was re-established with all recoverable
core re-boxed, re-logged, and where practicable mineralized intervals and
proximal area were re-sampled. It is estimated that 85% of the historic core
was resurrected and restored. Specific representative intervals of Ag-Zn-Pb
mineralization were selected for detailed Inspection and any germane
previously sampled intersections of core were quartered and previously
un-sampled core intervals were halved. Due to core loss and degradation over
the intervening years, exact duplication of previously sampled intervals was
not always possible, where practicable however, the 2012 sampling was
conducted on systematic 1 metre intervals

The 2012 core re-Iogging and re-sampling program confirmed the grade and tenor
of mineralization previously identified on the Silverknife Project with grades
from trace to 21.19 ounces/ton (726.8 ppm) Ag with an average of 1.79
ounces/ton (61.36 ppm) Ag; trace to 16.48% Zn with an average of 1.99% Zn;
trace to 10.98% Pb with an average of 0.87% Pb; and from trace to 1.1 ppm Au.
A comparison of the historic analytical results to the 2012 analytical results
do not show an exact 1:1 ration, however owing to the style of mineralization
(coarse grained sphalerite and galena) and the disparate analytical techniques
and sampling intervals, this variation Is expected.

It was noticed by Company geologists during the re-Iogging of the core that
where visible Ag-Zn-Pb mineralization was identified, a corresponding drop in
core recovery was common. This observation is exceedingly valuable, as this
rack of core recovery within mineralized sections is indicative of a potential
understatement of grade. The Company is confident that armed with this
information, more care can be taken when drill testing these areas, and
potentially with such care reported grades will increase.

In total 101 core samples were collected and submitted for assay to
Inspectorate Exploration and Mining Services Inc., of Richmond. BC, an ISO
9001:2008 certified laboratory. Samples were shipped by Company consultants to
Inspectorate's Whitehorse, YT preparation facility where samples were sorted
and crushed to appropriate particle size (pulp) and representatively split to
a smaller size for shipment to Inspectorate's, Richmond, B.C. analysis
facility. Assay procedures consisted of 30 element Inductively Coupled
Spectrophotometry (ICP) following multi-acid digestion as well as standard
fire assay for gold, with atomic adsorption (AA.) finish. When overlimits were
reported, Inspectorate's Ore-Grade analyses for Ag, Pb, and Zn; respectively,
was utilized. Assay standards were inserted into the sample stream as part of
the Silverknife OA/OC program.

A detailed GPS survey of the historic SlIverknife "Discovery" drill out was
conducted during the 2012 program coincident with an updated Silverknife
mineral claim Boundary survey. With the data collected and compiled from the
2012 program, the Company will now intends to digitize the historic drilling
data and model the Silverknife mineralization with the help of 3D geological
modeling software. This work will allow the Company to define the extent of
the defined mineralization, target 2013 drill holes and focus exploration
efforts on extending and expanding the Silverknife Ag-Zn-Pb mineralization
through diamond drilling.

John Robertson, President of Teryl Resources Corp., states, "This year's
exploration program confirms the previous high grade silver/lead/zinc drilling
results."

THE SILVERKNIFE PROPERTY

The Silverknife Property lies in a well mineralized and historically and
currently important precious and base metals exploration intensive region. The
Silverknife Property hosts a known historic prospect (the Silverknife
Prospect) with defined Ag-Pb-Zn mineralization within only two (2) km of
Silvercorp's active Silvertip Ag-Pb-Zn deposit. The Silverknife Property
represents a prospective target for precious and base metals mineralization
genetically related to the Silvertip deposit.

The silver-zinc-lead mineralization defined to date on the Silverknife
Property is interpreted to be a distal, stratigrpahically lower zone than the
Silvertip deposit and more proximate to the Cassiar Batholith (heatsource).
The most relevant targets for mineral exploration on the Property are
associated chimney-type feeder systems and mantos related to the Silvertip
mineralizing event.

Qualified Person

Paul D. Gray, P.Geo., is a qualified person as defined in NI 43-101 and also
qualified under the rules stated by the U.S. Securities Commission ("SEC"),
and has verified the data contained in this news release for accuracy.

ABOUT TERYL RESOURCES

Teryl Resources Corp. symbol TRC.V TSX Venture – has several gold prospects in
Alaska near the Kinross Fort Knox Mine, a 10% net profit interest in the
Stepovich claims. A 100% interest in the Westridge property and a 50% option
on the Fish Creek property, adjacent to the Gil property. Teryl sold its 20%
interest in the Gil property in Fairbanks, Alaska to Fairbanks Gold Mining
Corp. to date $2.5 million dollars has been received and an additional $1.5
million payment upon production; $15 million (less advanced payments) from the
1% NSR of the property, thereafter Teryl retains a ½ of 1% royalty for the
life of the mine. Teryl owns a 30% working interest and a 10% NPI interest in
the Silverknife property, a silver/lead/zinc prospect located in Northern B.C.
adjacent to Silvercorp's silver/lead/zinc discovery. Teryl has a small revenue
interest in three producing oil and gas wells in Texas with Anadarko Petroleum
as the operator. See www.terylresources.com website for more detailed
information.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

"John Robertson"

John Robertson President

Press Release contact information:

John Robertson President, Teryl Resources Corp.
T: 800-665-4616
http://www.terylresources.com

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