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Loyola Academy baseball ends Cinderella ride against Huntley
Loyola Academy's Jake Novak slides safely into third base before the tag can be applied by Huntley's Evan Tocmo on June 4. Photos by Tracy Allen/22nd Century Media
Loyola starting pitcher Henry Haracz hurls a pitch.
Loyola's Daniel Hrvojevic smashes a single to drive in Loyola's first run.
Loyola's Matthew Raymond is congratulated by his coach after scoring Loyola's first run.
Loyola's Matthew Raymond can't corral a hard grounder to second.
Loyola's Jack Moran tags out Huntley's Evan Tocmo as he attempts to steal second base.
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Even when things weren't going well, Loyola Academy didn't quit playing until the very last out.
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