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Menlo's young group plays big to win state D-2 hoops title

 
Menlo School won its first girls state basketball title since 1991. Coach John Paye helped the Menlo boys win a Division II title in the 80s. Photo by Pam McKenney/Menlo Athletics.

The Menlo School girls basketball team put on a show on the big stage, leading nearly the entire way in a 70-63 win over Rolling Hills Prep for the state Division II girls basketball championship.

And without getting too far ahead of the team’s achievement Saturday at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, just think what it portends for the future. There was not a single senior in Menlo’s rotation and only one junior. Read the story here.

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