Raiders share scoring wealth in whitewashing of Rockets in WCC road game

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RUSHVILLE, Ill. — The unselfishness that leads to offensive balance was on display Saturday night, and it’s going to have to become a hallmark of the Quincy Notre Dame boys basketball team in order for the Raiders to make a deep postseason push.

The Raiders had four players finish in double figures, saw 11 different players score overall and completed 78-41 West Central Conference whitewashing of Rushville-Industry.

QND (19-8) scored 29 points in the first quarter and 55 in the first half. It led to a 41-point advantage.

Charlie Lavery made three 3-pointers in the second quarter and led the Raiders with 17 points, while Jake Wallingford made a trey as part of a nine-point first quarter as he finished with 14 points. Alex Connoyer added 12 points and Jackson Stratton scored 10.

The Raiders finish their home slate Tuesday night with a WCC battle against West Hancock at The Pit.

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