Reese rallies Priory girls to tourney hoops victory


Priory's Tatiana Reese returned to the basketball court Friday, helping the Panthers beat Moreau Catholic, 47-31, on the second day of the Steve Geramoni Tournament at Notre Dame-Belmont.

Reese, who missed seven games with an ankle injury, recorded a double-double with 17 points, 12 rebounds and five assists for Priory (3-6), which meets the host Tigers for the consolation championship on Saturday.

Tatiana Reese
Ila Lane continued her successful season with 16 points and 14 rebounds. She's averaging 16 points and 15 rebounds per contest through nine games. She has 40 points and 30 rebounds in the first two games of the tournament.

Reese also added three 3-pointers and Dominique Robson hit a pair.

In another nonleague game, host Palo Alto downed Foothill, 56-41, on Friday night as senior Carly Leong scored 23 points.

Freshman point guard Annika Shah hit three 3-pointers early in the third quarter to extend Paly's 28-23 halftime advantage. Shah finished with 20 points.

The Vikings (5-2) meet Aptos in the first round of the St. Francis Holiday Tournament at 7:45 p.m. Thursday. The Mariners (6-1) beat Paly, 75-65, earlier in the season.

Pinewood (7-1) and Lowell (4-5) open the tourney at 3 p.m.

— Palo Alto Online Sports

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