NORTHRIDGE (Rachel Scott/CBS) — Zena Edosomwan, a senior center for Harvard-Westlake said prior to the rivalry game against Loyola, “It’s a continuation of a great rivalry of two great teams going up against each other like gladiators.” On Friday night both teams played like gladiators, with Loyola leaving the Matadome at Cal State Northridge with a 77-74 victory.COVID Vaccine To Be In Short Supply Next Week Just As Residents 16 And Older Become Eligible
The Cubs were led by University of Pennsylvania commit Julian Harrell with 23 points, while UCLA recruit Parker Jackson-Cartwright had 11 points and 7 assists.READ MORE: 6-Year-Old Boy Wounded After Gunfire Erupts At Sun Valley Apartment Complex; Female Suspect Sought
“These are definitely the most fun games I ever played in, the atmosphere is crazy and I love interacting with the other teams’ student sections. Every game is competitive and it’s a great rivalry. ” Harrell said.
Harvard-Westlake was led by Derick Newton with 26 points and Edosomwan added 24 points and 13 rebounds in a losing effort.MORE NEWS: Proposal Calls For Digital Driver’s Licenses For Californians
“I got two more years, hopefully we’ll get them the next four times we play them.” Newton said.