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Helias’ Katie Sauer and California’s Beth Crow battle for a loose ball during Tuesday night’s game at Rackers Fieldhouse. To view this and other photographs, please visit www.newstribune.com/photos.

Helias’ Katie Sauer and California’s Beth Crow battle for a loose ball during Tuesday night’s game at Rackers Fieldhouse. To view this and other photographs, please visit www.newstribune.com/photos. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

The California Lady Pintos have a lot of weapons. Tuesday night, it was Elle Miller’s time to shine.

“We’ve talked about taking turns and tonight was Elle’s turn,” California coach Bobby Sangster said after the Lady Pintos scored the final four points of the game to edge the Helias Lady Crusaders 54-51 at Rackers Fieldhouse. “It worked out well for us, she can get hot in a hurry.”

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California’s Sydney Deeken attempts to block a shot by Helias’ Krista Haslag in Tuesday’s game at Rackers Fieldhouse. To view this and other photographs, please visit www.newstribune.com/photos.

The junior guard was hot early, draining three 3-pointers in the first half as California took a 33-23 lead into intermission.

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