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.