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Football: Loyola to play Harvard-Westlake in nonleague game

January 19, 2012 |  2:44 pm

It has been 80 years since private schools Loyola and Harvard-Westlake last played each other in a football game. That will end  Aug. 24, because the two schools have agreed to play at Los Angeles Valley College.

They have developed a nice rivalry in basketball, filling a Cal State Los Angeles arena last week for a Mission League game.

Harvard-Westlake is trying to build up its football program under recently hired Coach Scot Ruggles. The two schools last met in 1932, when Loyola won, 27-0.

-- Eric Sondheimer

 

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