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March 06, 2014
The University Liggett boys' basketball team finished its division slate on a high note last week, beating visiting Plymouth Christian 80-56.

It was a tight first half with the Knights taking a 29-28 lead.

They used four Jordan Petersen three-point shots and his 14 third-quarter points to blow open the game and build a 61-43 lead.

The Knights continued its good second half and outscored the Eagles 19-13 in the fourth quarter.

Petersen and Thomas Jackson each scored 19 points to lead the Knights, while Antonio Malkoun had eight.

In other action last week, Liggett lost 103-66 to league champ Southfield Christian and 70-51 to Macomb Lutheran North. Both games were on the road.

Liggett finished its regular season 7-7 in the Michigan Independent Athletic Conference and 10-10 overall.

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