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Menlo-Atherton hires Steve Papin as its football coach

 

Steve Papin was formally announced Monday as the new head football coach at state champion Menlo-Atherton, replacing Adhir Ravipati.

Papin, a former Arena Football League star as a running back for the San Jose SaberCats, coached at Independence High the last five years and at Gunderson for three years prior to that. His team at Independence last season went 12-1, the best record in school history. Read the story here.

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