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The New Trier players storm the court after the final buzzer in the Trevians' win over Loyola Wednesday, Nov. 21, in Wilmette. Photos by Tracy Allen/22nd Century Media
Loyola's Quinn Pemberton drives against New Trier's Charles Sweat.
New Trier's Samuel Silverstein brings the ball up the court while being defended by Loyola's Nikko Landon.
Loyola's Quinn Pemberton cuts off a drive by New Trier's Spencer Boehm.
Loyola's Bennett Kwiecinski drives past New Trier's Charles Sweat for the easy basket
Michael Wojtychiw, Sports Editor
1:11 am CST November 22, 2018
There's an old adage that says when two rivals meet, to throw the records out the window. That's the case whenever Loyola and New Trier face off in basketball. Or any sport really. No matter how good or bad the teams are, the games always seem to be within five or fewer points or overtime. In fact, since 2012, all of the games have fit that narrative, minus two games that were six-point margins.