By Pat Brozynski

McGlaughlin breaks state kill record

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Allison McGlaughlin of downstate Morton (Ill.) High School recently broke the Illinois High School Association’s all-time career kill record.

McGlaughlin set the new mark when she collected 36 kills in a match on October 18. McGlaughlin now has 1,670 career kills. The previous record was held by Megan O’Connell of Springfield Sacred Heart-Griffin, who had 1,662 from 1995-98. The Morton standout also now has 647 kills for the season, which is second all-time to Hinsdale South’s Amy Pauly, who is credited by the IHSA with 717 kills in 2003.

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Amy Pauly was a setter for Hinsdale South. I think that is a mistake in the IHSA record book.

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