Providence makes good foes look ordinary

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It happened after the season opener against Joliet Catholic. Again, in the Chicago Blue opener against Mount Carmel. And again, during the regular-season meeting at St. Rita.

Finally, in Friday night’s Class 7A second-round playoff game at St. Rita.

It’s about time we quit walking away from Providence Catholic football games feeling the opponents are not as good as billed. Instead, let’s all come to the realization that these Celtics are that good.


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