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Date Posted: 15:58:20 01/30/03 Thu
Author: Tony
Subject: Payne Progressing Well at NMH

Wow is coach Lanier the hardest working man in the coaching business or what last week down to the city to see McNeil play, this week in Mass to see Kashif Payne , anyway a story on rivals about the development of Kashif Payne seems Providence and Siena has shown the most interest in the lightning quick junior PG. anyway some quotes from the story

Kashif is really quick and can shoot it," Batty offered. "He can create and is fast enough to play with anybody."

Coach Batty told Rivalshoops.com that Providence and Siena have shown the most early interest in Payne. In fact, Siena Head Coach Rob Lanier and Providence Asst. Coach Steve DeMeo were in attendance for NMH's game against the Winchendon School at the recent Basketball Hall of Fame H.S. Invitational

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