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Saint Francis women win tourney opener

The regular season was history, they all said. But the beginning of the second season – tournament season – turned it into current events again.

The top-ranked Saint Francis women's basketball team never trailed after Kalah Baer rolled in a short turnaround a minute in, never was even after Brooke Ridley scored to break a 2-2 tie, and the rest was all too familiar Tuesday night.

Ridley finished with 24 points, six rebounds and three blocks, head coach Gary Andrews used 13 players, and the Cougars went to 31-0 on the season with a 66-51 victory over Spring Arbor (11-19) in their Crossroads League tournament opener.

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