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Notre Dame's Jamiera Rousseau, with the ball, is defended by Sir Winston Churchill's Ally Sentance, left, and Kaley DeMont in Tribune Girls Basketball Tournament championship action Saturday night in Welland. JOE CSEH/Special to Postmedia News

Irish defence doesn't rest

A hot hand from the free-throw line overcame cold shooting from the floor when Notre Dame played Sir Winston Churchill for the gold medal at the 14th Tribune Girls Basketball Tournament.

Lakeshore Catholic's Emily Walker, centre, is double teamed by Saint Michael in Tribune Girls Basketball Tournament consolation championship action Saturday night in Welland. JOE CSEH/Special to Postmedia News

Gators corral Mustangs

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.

Niagara IceDogs winger Johnny Corneil, now the Ontario Hockey League team's captain, scored two goals in a road win over the Guelph storm Friday night.

IceDogs weather Storm

The Niagara IceDogs played almost a perfect road game Friday night, and it resulted in a 3-1 win over the Guelph Storm.

Home, not-so-sweet, home

The St. Catharines Falcons continued their home-ice losing streak Friday night, dropping their third straight match at Jack Gatecliff Arena to the Thorold.