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Gators advance to Trib tourney B final after sending Port High to sidelines

By Bernd Franke, The Tribune Friday, January 9, 2015

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Lakeshore is going to a Tribune Boys Basketball Tournament final for the first time in five years, thanks to a tremendous – and three-mendous – contribution from Bailey Moreau.

The 6-foot point guard nailed eight-three pointers and topped all scorers with 37 points to lead the Gators to an 80-47 victory over the Port High Blue Bears in a consolation semifinal Friday at Niagara College in Welland.

With the win, Lakeshore advances to play the Thorold Golden Eagles in the B final at Ontario’s oldest high school tournament.

Only eight points separated the triple A Gators from their single A crosstown rivals in the much-anticipated battle for Port Colborne basketball bragging rights heading into halftime, but that all changed in the third quarter.

Denis Morris defeats Lakeshore on Day 1 of Tribune Tournament

By Bernd Franke, The Tribune - Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Basketball tourny Another game, another “building block” for the Denis Morris Redmen in their quest to end 2014-15 with an Ontario senior boys basketball championship.

That’s the approach head coach C.J. Crocco took when it came to celebrating the triple A team’s 63-43 victory over the Lakeshore Gators in qualifying-round action at the 60th Tribune Boys Basketball Tournament in Welland.

Crocco, who is in his first year coaching Denis Morris, said rather than focusing on the big picture, such as a tournament title or a berth in the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations championships, the Redmen are far more interested in the process.

Month in Review - December 2015

Mack Jones selected as MVP

By Bernd Franke, The Tribune - November 12, 2014
trib-111214As early graduation presents go, being selected as the league’s most valuable player in your final year of high school football is about as good as it gets.

Almost.

Though Mack Jones is pleased that his hard work in the gym and on the gridiron has been been rewarded by such a prestigious individual honour, the Lakeshore Gators running back would have preferred a parting gift he could share with his teammates, like a long playoff run culminating with the Port Colborne high school’s fourth Golden Horseshoe Bowl provincial championship.