Neuqua Valley comes up big, ousts Providence

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Big players make big shots.

It just took Neuqua Valley seniors Demond George and Connor Raridon a little while to finally make them.

George knocked down two 3-pointers and Raridon followed with another as part of a 13-2 spurt in the fourth quarter that allowed the Wildcats to rally past Providence 45-36 during Tuesday’s Class 4A Bolingbrook Sectional semifinal.


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