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On Nov. 23, 2000, Calvert Hall and Loyola met at then-PSI Net Stadium (now M&T Bank Stadium), for their annual Turkey Bowl. Calvert Hall won the game in overtime, 7-6. Rico Ramires (45) celebrates after the Calvert Hall touchdown.
On Nov. 23, 2000, Calvert Hall and Loyola met at then-PSI Net Stadium (now M&T Bank Stadium), for their annual Turkey Bowl. Calvert Hall won the game in overtime, 7-6. Rico Ramires (45) celebrates after the Calvert Hall touchdown. (Linda Coan / Baltimore Sun)

Readers: Think you know your Baltimore? Try answering our weekly trivia question. Some weeks will be ridiculously easy, some weeks a bit more challenging.

Here’s last week’s trivia:

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QUESTION: What play by Loyola Blakefield ended their 11-year Thanksgiving Day winning streak in the 2000 Turkey Bowl?

ANSWER: In 2000, after Calvert Hall had gone ahead in the second overtime, 7-0, Loyola scored but elected to try for a 2-point conversion. The pass by quarterback J.G. Guidera to Will Cromwell fell short. Calvert Hall won, 7-6.

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