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SCCC’S VICTORIA CARTER dribbles past Broome CC’s Danielle Roberts in Saturday afternoon’s basketball game between the Lady Generals and Lady Hornets. Carter, a sophomore guard from Monticello, and teammate LaShaun Malcolm are the only two Lady Generals returning from last season’s team.

Lady Generals Fall to BCC Lady Hornets

By Ted Waddell
LOCH SHELDRAKE — November 20, 2007 — In the first game of Saturday afternoon’s season-opening doubleheader homestand for the basketball teams of Sullivan County Community College (SCCC) the visiting Broome Community College (BCC) Lady Hornets defeated the SCCC Lady Generals, 65-39, at Paul Gerry Fieldhouse.
BCC took a commanding 40-18 lead at halftime and went on to post a 26-point win.
So far this season, SCCC is 1-4 and while the BCC is undefeated with a 6-0 record.
Three Lady Hornets scored in double figures to lead the team to victory. Aimee Kellicutt scored a team-high 16 points, Brittany Finkle added 15 points and Alyssa Polosky had 12 points.
The only Lady General to reach double digits was sophomore guard LaShaun Malcolm, who scored a game-high 21 points.
Both teams shot very well from the free-throw line. SCCC made 4-of-5(80 percent) foul shots and BCC made 7-of-10 (70 percent).
“Both teams played hard, but we got a couple of baskets in transition early on,” BCC Coach Mike Huggler said. “I’m a little disappointed that we couldn’t keep Sullivan off the boards a little bit more. They were very aggressive going after the boards, and we let No. 24 [Malcolm] get some open looks.”
Huggler praised the performance of a couple of his players.
“Lindsay Osman kept us going defensively and Aimee Kellicutt had a good game at the top of the zone,” he said.
SCCC Coach Paul Clune had a another commitment immediately following the game, so SCCC Assistant Coach Steve Nash offered a few words about the game.
“We played a good game against a very good team,” Nash said.

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