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Clarion Grad Burns Sets St. Francis (Pa.) 25-pnt Rally Scoring Fr. Kills Mark

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LORETTO, Pa. – With 24 kills in St. Francis’s 3-2 home win over Duquesne Tuesday, Sept. 6, Clarion High graduate Korrin Burns set a school record for kills by a freshman in the 25-point rally-scoring era.

The 24 kills were the most by a Red Flash freshman since 2001, the first year ofvthe 30-point per set rally scoring system. The 25-point rally scoring system wasn’t instituted in NCAA play until 2008.

Burns, who helped Clarion to back-to-back PIAA 1A titles in 2020 and 2021, has 75 kills in her first seven collegiate matches while averaging 2.47 kills per set.

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