Victory Against St. Monica

Maranatha-highschool-football-2015-season-kick-offOur first game of the season is hopefully a prelude to more wins to come. Finishing up at 44-0 against St. Monica is not a bad way to kick off the Miniutemen’s 2015 season.

What is MinutemenPhoto?

To help preserve the memories of each game, I do my best to shoot photos of all players, managers, coaches and cheer, and upload them for you. Minutemen Photo is not directly affiliated with Maranatha; I am simply a parent of one of the students who provides photos for the School.

Each week I include close to 200, hi-res photos from each game. The images are for you to enjoy, view and share. And to help support our effort (hint, hint…), I also offer pro-quality prints on heavy paper for your friends and family. Check them out: CLICK HERE.

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Our app is updated after each game with dozens of cool pics of each game. See a photo you like? Press the share button on the app to spread the love to Facebook, Twitter and more.

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Injuries and the bench

With the official summer football practice now in full swing, students are doing their best to push themselves and fellow teammates to the next level. Unfortunately, players like Marcus Moses, and James Taylorson, are forced to sit it out until their injuries heal.