Lady Crusaders come back to win in overtime

Helias’ Emma Verslues prepares to take a shot during Tuesday’s game against Sedalia Smith-Cotton at Rackers Fieldhouse.

Helias’ Emma Verslues prepares to take a shot during Tuesday’s game against Sedalia Smith-Cotton at Rackers Fieldhouse. Photo by Jeremy Jardine.

After three quarters Tuesday night, the Helias Lady Crusaders had committed one personal foul and had one turnover. And were trailing 31-25 to the Sedalia Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers.

“This was a strange game in a lot of ways,” Helias coach Doug Light said.

But the Lady Crusaders were able to send the game to overtime, then outscored the Lady Tigers 11-7 in overtime to take a 53-49 victory at Rackers Fieldhouse.

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