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Most Local Games
Are Not Too Close

By Justin Gottschalk
SULLIVAN COUNTY — January 14, 2005 – Here's a rundown on other area basketball games:

John S. Burke Catholic 63 •
Liberty 10
Jaimie McFarlane scored 10 points for John S. Burke Catholic last Friday night in an OCIAA Division IV win over visiting Liberty.
Rachel Clark, Emily Stalling and Erica Arborn each added eight points for Burke (10-1, 2-0 Division IV).
Liberty fell to 2-6 overall and 0-2 in Division IV.

Tri-Valley 75 • Fallsburg 23
Heather MacArthur scored 12 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead T-V to a win over visiting Fallsburg in last Friday night’s OCIAA Division V contest.
T-V’s Nikki Dean recorded a double-double, netting 10 points and grabbing 14 rebounds. Teammate Lacey Moore recorded 10 points.
Freshman Erin Gilmore scored nine points to pace Fallsburg.
T-V improved to 5-4 overall and 2-1 in Division V, while Fallsburg fell to 0-6 overall and 0-3 in Division V.

Monticello 63 • Fallsburg 29
Brittany Morse scored 14 points on Monday night as Monticello posted a non-league win over host Fallsburg.
Anna Rivera netted 13 points for the Lady Panthers.
Toni Wilkerson and Erin Gilmore each registered 11 points for the Lady Comets.
Monticello improved its season record to 2-4, while Fallsburg fell to 0-7.

Chester 48 • Liberty 43
Jackie Katzenberger scored a team-high 15 points and Keely Hamlin added 11 points, but the host Lady Indians fell to the Lady Hambletonians in Monday night’s non-league game.
Chester’s Jade Tyler scored a game-high 20 points and teammate Amanda Benitez added 10 points.

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