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Beline Obeid
December 13, 2012
The University Liggett girls’ basketball team battled two of the Catholic League’s top squads last week, Farmington Hills Mercy and Livonia Ladywood.

The Knights played well in a 52-39 loss to Ladywood, but not so well in a 70-47 loss to Mercy. Both games were on the road.

“We had a tough week and we have a lot to work on,” head coach Omar Ahart said. “We will be OK, but for now we have to get everyone on the same page.”

With the losses, Liggett falls to 0-3 overall.

The Knights have a couple of weeks of practice before taking the court the week between Christmas and New Year.

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