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September 15, 2010 at 12:33 PM

AR’s Bradbury sets assist record in 5-set loss

Auburn Riverside setter Brooklynn Bradbury dished out a school-record 70 assists in Tuesday’s match against Rogers of Puyallup.

Despite her efforts, the eighth-ranked Ravens lost a close one, 3-2.

Riverside’s previous assist record was 67 — set by Bradbury last year in a five-set victory over Richland to open the Class 4A state tournament. Brooke Bray, now at Montana, drilled a record 53 kills in that one.

The offense was more balanced against Rogers as Maureen Sachs pounded 25 kills and Alison Wuerch smacked 20.

Rogers is proving to be a team on the rise and one to watch in the tough South Puget Sound League South Division, along with Puyallup, Graham-Kapowsin and Curtis.

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