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Boys' basketball: Loyola pulls out win in two OTs

Los Angeles Loyola opened an 18-point halftime lead on Colorado Regis Jesuit but then needed two overtimes to win, 97-91, in its season opener in a tournament in Sacramento.

Miles Cartwright, who twisted his ankle in the first half, returned in the second half and finished with 25 points for the Cubs. Ryan Oliver had 22 points, Tony Wroblicky 21 points and Joe Stein 13.

-- Eric Sondheimer

 
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Francis

Wow, Loyola is good but not good enough to win state or even Leaugue this year. The Cubs lost major players due to transfers. Look Out for Harvard Westlake to win it all.

Francis

Wow, Miles is good but not good enough to take them to state or even win Leaugue this year. The Cubs lost major players due to trasgers.


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