Flopped top two facing raise

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Flopped top two facing raise

Blinds: $3.00/$6.00 (5 Players) BN: $766.10
SB: $500.03
BB: $894.21 (Hero)
UTG: $800.80
CO: $699.00
Preflop ($9.00) Hero is BB with 4 8 9 7
UTG folds, CO raises to $18.00, BN folds, SB calls $15.00, Hero calls $12.00
Flop ($54.00) 9 7 2
SB checks, Hero bets $27.00, CO raises to $135.00, SB folds, Hero calls $108.00
Turn ($324.00) 9 7 2 Q
Hero checks, CO bets $324.00, Hero calls $324.00
River ($972.00) 9 7 2 Q J
Hero checks, CO bets $222.00 and is all in, Hero folds
Final Pot CO wins $970.00
Rake is $2.00

Villain is 30/17 over 47 hands; no real reads. This flop connects with my range more than the other players', so I lead with top two for value and face an unusual raise. I chose to call because this looks like a big wrap and I can fold later if a straight completes, and stack off if it doesn't Is this logic okay? Turn I called for the same reasons, but now I'm thinking I probably should have just shoved the turn? What do you think?

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