The home team San Antonio Stars were looking for their first win on Saturday night, but it ultimately fell out of their reach. The Chicago Sky were able to win an overtime session and took the game 85-81 to keep San Antonio winless on this latest season. Guard Allie Quigley was a major contributor for Chicago in overtime, while Stefanie Dolson helped lead her team to the victory. Here's the latest on how the Chicago Sky took this WNBA game against the San Antonio Stars.

How the Sky won

Despite a three-point lead with under five minutes to go, the San Antonio Stars were unable to stay ahead.

That led to the Chicago Sky forcing an overtime session, with the two teams deadlocked at 71-71 at the end of the fourth. Quigley would go on to score nine of her 16 points in that extra quarter which helped her team grab the victory. Teammate Stefanie Dolson led all Sky players with 25 points to go with nine rebounds and three assists. Dolson also achieved a career milestone, getting 1,000 points in her career so far.

For the losing side, Kayla McBride led all starters with her 15 points, but three bench players contributed heavily. Moriah Jefferson led all Stars players with 18 points, while Dearica Hammy added 17 and Kayla Alexander, 12 points. The Stars' No. 1 draft pick Kelsey Plum finished with zero points on an 0-for-4 shooting performance in the game.

As a team, San Antonio shot just 40.2 percent from the field, while the visiting Sky had a 55.4 percent rate of shots falling. Despite 19 turnovers by Chicago, they still found a way to make the comeback, thanks to their inspired scoring effort from Quigley in the extra session.

Standings & what's next

The Chicago Sky picked up just their second win of the season in this game, moving to a record of 2-7 overall.

They're currently at sixth place in the Eastern Division but could go on a run and hope for a team like Indiana to slip a bit, since the season's still early. Next up, Chicago visits Phoenix for a road game against the Mercury on Friday, June 16th beginning at 10 p.m. Eastern Time.

The San Antonio Stars remain winless at 0-9 this season.

The Stars are sitting at sixth place in the Western Division and seem to be repeating last season's unsuccessful campaign. They'll take on the Los Angeles Sparks on Thursday, June 15th beginning at 10:30 p.m. Eastern Time.

The latest AP WNBA Power Poll currently has these two teams at the absolute bottom of their week 4 WNBA rankings with Chicago at No. 11 and San Antonio at No. 12.