Loyola knocks off Drake for ninth consecutive home win

Tate Hall and Marquise Kennedy scored 11 points apiece for the Ramblers

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Cameron Krutwig scored 17 points, grabbed seven rebounds and made three assists and Loyola held off Drake 64-60 on Tuesday night at Gentile Arena for its ninth straight home win.

Tate Hall and Marquise Kennedy scored 11 points apiece for the Ramblers (20-10, 12-5 Missouri Valley Conference), who made 19 of 31 free throws.

Liam Robbins scored 13 points with 10 rebounds and four blocks and Garrett Sturtz added 17 points with eight rebounds for Drake (18-12, 8-9). Roman Penn had six assists.

The Ramblers evened the season series against the Bulldogs with the win. Drake defeated Loyola 65-62 on Jan. 7. Loyola finishes out the regular season against Bradley on the road on Saturday. Drake finishes out the regular season against Northern Iowa at home on Saturday.

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