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Paye's Undisputed TNT into the Final Four at AAU hoops

 
Rachel Benedick closed out the second half with four points and four rebounds against the Southern Kentucky Starz. Photo courtesy of Paye's Undisputed TNT.

Caitlin Dulsky scored 13 points to help Paye's Undisputed TNT beat the South Coast Heat, 75-40, in the quarterfinals of the AAU Nationals Eight-grade Division II championships Sunday in Orlando, Fla.

The victory not only puts the Undisputed TNT (5-0) into Monday's Final Four against Gilman Street Surge (4-2) from Maine at the ESPN Wide Word of Sports Complex at Disney World, but guarantees Paye's highest finish at the Nationals. The team was fifth last year, ninth two years and 10th before that.


Caitlin Dulsky
Gilman reached the Final Four after beating the Katy Rebels 45-37. Paye's beat the Rebels 69-33 during pool play.

Alexis Jackson and Coco Layton each added 10 points for Paye's.

Maeia Makoni scored 12 points and Danielle McNair added 11 points and Paye's Undisputed TNT beat the Southern Kentucky Stars 70-55 in the Round of 16 earlier Sunday. All 12 players on the roster scored.

Rachel Benedick was named Player of the Game for her performance down the stretch, scoring four points, grabbing four rebounds and recording a pair of assists.

— Palo Alto Online Sports

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