Paye's Place team wins AAU Pacific district title

Submitted by Terry Erisman, parent of a player.

The Paye's Place 2017 girls basketball team won the AAU Pacific District Championship in Reno over the May 3-4 weekend.

By winning, the girls qualified for the Division I AAU National Championship this summer.

The team went 5-0 during the event, with a number of close games against a team from Utah and California teams from Palo Alto, Redding and Modesto.

Paye's Place has players from Menlo School, Menlo-Atherton High School, Mercy Burlingame High School, and San Mateo High School.

In the photo are players, seated, from left, De'Jeane Stine, Sam Erisman, Ilana Baer and Mimi Shen. Standing, from left, are Megan Sparrow, Ofa Sili, Sala Langi, Ani Uikilifi, and coach John Paye.


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