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“She is unreal.” :

Sink only had four of his Ladycats score, led by the UCLA-bound Hartman, with 14 points and three blocked shots in the first half and finishing with a game-high 22 points. How sweet it is for her, after spending 14 months on the sideline, with ACL surgery and micro fractures. She’s been back in the game for just a month.

“She is unreal,” Sink said.

Right behind Hartman was senior point guard Alexis Riley-Perry with 19 points. Perry calls herself “the best unsigned guard in the country,” and hopes her performance here in Arizona will persuade a few more recruiters to look her way.

“Can’t say enough about her,” Sink added. “Friday she dislocates her shoulder, then come backs Wednesday to help lead us to a championship. She’s terrific.”

You gotta respect young athletes with that kind of mental toughness.

Big ups to Poly, as well. All players from both teams repped Cali exceptionally in this game.

Finals tip sheet.

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