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March 10, 2012 | Eric Sondheimer
With his college career all set for this fall at Pennsylvania, Julian Harrell doesn't need to impress anyone on the basketball court. It's all about ending his senior year with a championship, and he took charge for Los Angeles Loyola on Saturday night, lifting the host Cubs to a 48-35 victory over Etiwanda (30-3) in a quarterfinal game of the Division I Southern California Regionals. In the first half, both teams had trouble making outside shots. Loyola held a 19-18 halftime lead after having leads of 9-0 to start the game and 17-10 in the second quarter.
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March 7, 2012 | Eric Sondheimer
In a first-round Division I Southern California Regional playoff opener, Los Angeles Loyola and Crenshaw looked as if they were playing park league basketball, and the fans who packed Loyola's gym Wednesday night were entertained from start to finish. Brandon Baker of Crenshaw torched the Cubs for 45 points, including 19 in the fourth quarter. "I was feeling it," Baker said. Teammate Andre Edwards scored 29 points, including 20 in the third quarter. But Loyola's balance proved too much, and the Cubs (25-5)
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February 4, 2012 | Eric Sondheimer
There has been so much talk about the supposed demise of City Section basketball this season that some people actually believed it. What happened Saturday at the Nike Extravaganza at Santa Ana Mater Dei will put an end to such nonsense. Woodland Hills Taft, emerging as the City Section Division I title favorite, routed Southern Section power Los Angeles Loyola, 73-57. Fairfax defeated Rialto Eisenhower, 73-67. And Westchester defeated Mission Viejo Capistrano Valley, 45-42. "I think it means the City is still strong and can still compete with the big dogs," Taft guard Steven Jones said.
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September 23, 2011 | By Eric Sondheimer
Let me give some advice to future opponents of Los Angeles Loyola: Don't mess with the Cubs' secondary. Bellflower St. John Bosco, loaded with outstanding receivers, was shut out in the first half Friday night and finished with 121 yards passing in a 28-14 loss to the unbeaten Cubs at L.A. Valley College. Yes, call it an upset, because St. John Bosco (3-1) came in ranked No. 14 by The Times and Loyola (4-0) was ranked No. 21. But there was little doubt from start to finish which team was better.
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September 22, 2011 | Eric Sondheimer
Friday's top games Bellflower St. John Bosco (3-0) vs. Los Angeles Loyola (3-0) at L.A. Valley College, 7 p.m. — Two years ago, St. John Bosco and Loyola replaced their head coaches with Jason Negro and Mike Christensen, respectively, and now both square off hoping to convince the alumni that their programs are headed in the right direction. And they are. St. John Bosco is loaded with outstanding skill-position players, led by receivers Bryce Treggs and Dalis Bruce. Loyola has found a new running back in junior Wyatt Bradford, along with a stingy defense led by cornerbacks Chaz Anderson and Cameron Walker that has given up only 21 points in three games.
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June 28, 2011 | Eric Sondheimer
When it comes to guards, Los Angeles Loyola has an abundance of riches. The Cubs are playing summer basketball with a four-guard starting lineup in which the players know each other so well they could form their own synchronized swimming team. "They all handle it, they all shoot it, they all pass it," Coach Jamal Adams said. "They have good chemistry. They have a good feel for what they do well. " Sophomore Parker Cartwright and seniors Julian Harrell, Justin Childress and Justin Hazzard are varsity standouts, and on Tuesday, Adams unveiled another guard to get excited about in junior Trey Mason, who made six three-point baskets during a 20-point first-half performance against Woodland Hills El Camino Real in the Fairfax tournament.
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June 11, 2011 | Eric Sondheimer
There's something different this summer about Los Angeles Loyola senior receiver Kodi Whitfield. "I'm feeding him," his mother, Dana, said. So that explains why he's faster, stronger and looked like the best player on the field during the 15-team Dana Hills seven-on-seven passing tournament on Saturday? "Kodi has worked really, really hard in the off-season to fulfill his potential, and I think he is going to," Coach Mike Christensen said. Whitfield, 6 feet 2 and 190 pounds, is already perfect in the classroom with a 4.1 grade-point average.
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April 1, 2011 | Eric Sondheimer
It has become one of the signature events in Southern California high school sports — the regular-season boys' volleyball match between 11-time Southern Section champion Los Angeles Loyola and six-time champion Manhattan Beach Mira Costa. It attracts so many fans each year from the South Bay and elsewhere that the match no longer can be held at either school's gym. On Friday night, Loyola Marymount's Gersten Pavilion was the venue, and a crowd of more than 2,000 was treated to a caliber of volleyball that some college teams couldn't duplicate.
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March 8, 2011 | Eric Sondheimer
Los Angeles Loyola hasn't had a close basketball game in weeks, so the Southern Section Division 1A champion Cubs found themselves in a rare pressure-filled situation Tuesday night in a first-round game of the Southern California Division I regionals against Torrey Pines. With the game tied, Jacob Hazzard launched a three-point shot that missed, but Justin Childress was able to tip the ball in at the buzzer to give Loyola a 55-53 victory at Loyola. "It was an absolute battle," Coach Jamal Adams said.
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February 4, 2011 | Eric Sondheimer
If they lined up the basketball players from Los Angeles Loyola and North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake on Friday night and everyone looked at their knees, it would be easy to tell which team won. "Knees, thighs ? everywhere," Loyola's Julian Harrell said of his nicks and bruises. Diving for loose balls and fighting for every rebound, Loyola used its hustle and hunger to end Harvard-Westlake's 18-game win streak with a 71-51 victory before a packed gym at Loyola. No one was better than the 6-foot-5 Harrell, who scored 14 of his 24 points in the third quarter for the Cubs (19-5, 9-2)
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