Loyola Blakefield knocked off sixth-ranked Mount Saint Joseph, 62-57, on Friday night. After trailing early in the game 7-2, Loyola went on a 15-3 run to end the first quarter and never trailed again. The visiting Dons led 24-21 at the half and 37-34 after three quarters. Loyola then went on a run again, extending the lead to 49-40 midway through the fourth quarter. The Gaels staged a comeback behind James Bishop (24 points), eventually cutting the lead to 59-57 with under a minute to play. MSJ had the ball with 25 seconds when Loyola senior Conner Hepting came up with a steal. Free throws in the closing seconds sealed the game for Loyola. Tryllian Young led the Dons with 24 points. Cam Smith and Dubem Nnake each contributed 8 points as well.