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Bruins fall to Trojans in varsity volleyball match

By April 1, 2011

SMACK DOWN — Trent Stigerts attacks the ball during a Trojans' game against the Ponderosa Bruins. The Oak Ridge varsity team won the match in three games. Courtesy photo

SMACK DOWN — Trent Stigerts attacks the ball during a Trojans' game against the Ponderosa Bruins. The Oak Ridge varsity team won the match in three games. Courtesy photo

The Oak Ridge boys varsity volleyball team played beat the Ponderosa Bruins in three games.

The Trojans stomped the Bruins 25-17, 25-18 and 25-20 thanks to 13 kills from Jonathan Tuttle, 19 assists from Connor Dunham and 11 digs from Nate Lambert. The team is next headed for the Brian Nolan Tournament at Granite Bay High School on April 2.

Special to Village Life

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