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  • “You could tell it was affecting her and her play,” Milio said during a Monday afternoon chat at Little Flower as his team prepared for its 2015 season opener.

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  • Milio, who coached a tournament team during the fall that Shellenberger was a part of, said he’s seen an extra bounce in his star player’s step.

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