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Richmond denies Burlington piece of BN-East

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Central's Lauren Wiltsie goes for a kill against Richmond-Burton Thursday night.

Christopher Hankins | Staff Photographer

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Burlington-Central's Lauren Wiltsie makes an effort for a dig Thursday night against Richmond-Burton.

Christopher Hankins | Staff Photographer

Burlington-Central's Karrington Bell bumps the ball during the second game against Richmond-Burton Thursday night.

Christopher Hankins | Staff Photographer

Burlington-Central head coach Marv Leavitt works from the sidelines Thursday night during his team's match against Richmond-Burton.

Christopher Hankins | Staff Photographer

Burlington-Central's Allie O'Reilly bumps a serve Thursday night against Richmond-Burton.

Christopher Hankins | Staff Photographer

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Ali Frantti wore No. 17 instead of the No. 5 listed on the roster. If she was trying to stay inconspicuous, she failed miserably. In fact, Richmond-Burton's all-everything outside hitter seemed to be everywhere Thursday night, leading R-B past Burlington Central, 25-19, 25-18, in Big Northern East action in Burlington, denying the host Rockets a share of the BN-East championship.
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    • Centralís Lauren Wiltsie goes for a kill against Richmond-Burton Thursday night.
    •  Burlington-Centralís Lauren Wiltsie makes an effort for a dig Thursday night against Richmond-Burton.
    •  Burlington-Centralís Karrington Bell bumps the ball during the second game against Richmond-Burton Thursday night.
    •  Burlington-Central head coach Marv Leavitt works from the sidelines Thursday night during his teamís match against Richmond-Burton.
    •  Burlington-Centralís Allie OíReilly bumps a serve Thursday night against Richmond-Burton.
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