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Liggett sophomore Jessica Rotzoll, No. 21, has elevated her game this season. She played well defensively in the picture above against Roeper, and scored 18 points in the Knights’ win over Inter-City Baptist. Photo by Renato Jamett
January 24, 2013
University Liggett’s girls’ basketball team evened its record at 4-4 early last week, whipping visiting Allen Park Inter-City Baptist 63-12.

“We’re playing much better and playing like a team,” head coach Omar Ahart said. “We’re a little banged up right now, but we will be OK.”


Sophomore Jessica Rotzoll had 18 points and senior Haleigh Ristovski added 16 as the Knights jumped out to a big lead and never looked back.

After opening the season 0-4, head coach Omar Ahart has guided his team to four straight wins, including three in the Michigan Independent Athletic Conference.

Could the Knights finally jump above the break-even mark later in the week?

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The Knights indeed inched a game over the .500 mark with a more than convincing 61-18 victory at Auburn Hills Oakland Christian.

Ristovski posted her first triple-double, netting 17 points, 13 steals and 11 rebounds as Liggett improved to 4-0 in the Michigan Independent Athletic Conference and 5-4 overall.


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