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By Bernd Franke, Postmedia News - October 15, 2017
Lakeshore Catholic nailed nine three-pointers and scored 56 points in all to win its second Tribune Girls Basketball Tournament consolation championship and first since 2011.
Isabella Favero, who led all players with 16 points, and KeriLynn Jones, 11, reached double digits in scoring for the Gators in the 56-41, whistle-to-whistle victory over the Saint Michael Mustangs.
Lakeshore had hoped to advance on the championship on the bracket but a loss to defending champion Jean Vanier in the opening round knocked the Gators out of contention for the gold medal.
As far as Favero is concerned, the bronze is more than consolation prize and taking the B title is an accomplishment in itself.
“Definitely, this is what we came to do,” the Grade 12 student after playing in her last Tribune Tournament.
“We always had a goal, either the consolation championship or the championship.”
She said threes are a part of Lakeshore’s offensive arsenal.
“The outside shooting is our game and we have a post, too, but this tournament we came to show everybody we’re a shooting team, too,” Favero said. “I couldn’t be prouder of the girls who hit the threes from outside.”