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Former Scott County Star leads Georgetown to big win

Former Scott County Central star Otto Porter had an outstanding all-around game for Georgetown Monday night in a 78-70 win over 11th ranked UCLA.

Porter scored 18-points, grabbed 11-rebounds and dished out 5-assists for the Hoyas victory.

 

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