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Maranatha High School Girls Varsity Tennis beat Whittier Christian High School 17-1

Tuesday, October 17, 2017 3:30 PM Whittier Christian High School AWAY 1 Maranatha High School HOME 17 Meet Recap With today’s victory, Maranatha officially clinched its 5th Olympic League crown in 6 seasons. They are 8-0 in league and 10-4 overall. Senior Angela Hsieh continues to add to her record-setting career, going 3-0 today, and

Maranatha High School Girls Varsity Tennis beat Valley Christian/Cerritos 16-2

Thursday, October 12, 2017 3:15 PM Maranatha High School AWAY 16 Valley Christian/Cerritos HOME 2 Meet Recap In the final meeting between the Olympic League’s top 2 teams, both Maranatha and Valley Christian made line-up shifts, the result of which tilted more in Maranatha’s favor, as the Lady Minutemen played their most complete match of

Maranatha High School Girls Varsity Tennis beat Heritage Christian 16-2

Tuesday, October 10, 2017 3:00 PM Maranatha High School AWAY 16 Heritage Christian HOME 2 Meet Recap Today’s match between the top and bottom teams of the league concluded the second round of Olympic League play. With one more round to go, the Lady Minutemen are in the driver’s seat to claim their 5th league

Maranatha High School Girls Varsity Tennis beat Whittier Christian High School 15-3

Thursday, October 5, 2017 3:00 PM Maranatha High School AWAY 15 Whittier Christian High School HOME 3 Meet Recap In the shortest match to date (2 hours) of the Lady Minutemen’s season, Maranatha rolled swiftly and decisively over the rebuilding Heralds, putting MHS at 5-0 and in sole possession of first place in the Olympic

Maranatha High School Girls Varsity Tennis beat Valley Christian/Cerritos 13-5

Tuesday, October 3, 2017 3:30 PM Valley Christian/Cerritos AWAY 5 Maranatha High School HOME 13 Meet Recap This was the first match of the second round of Olympic League play for the Lady Minutemen. Having lost to Maranatha, 4-14, the last time they played, the Crusaders changed up their line-up, moving two of their singles

Maranatha High School Girls Varsity Tennis beat Heritage Christian 17-1

Thursday, September 28, 2017 3:30 PM Heritage Christian AWAY 1 Maranatha High School HOME 17 Meet Recap It was the meeting of the undefeated-in-league Maranatha Lady Minutemen and the winless-in-league Warriors of Heritage Christian. The match went as one would expect. Maranatha’s singles line-up of Angela Hsieh, Malena Smith, and Aria Haver-Hill swept mercilessly, winning

Maranatha High School Girls Varsity Tennis beat Whittier Christian High School 17-1

Tuesday, September 26, 2017 3:30 PM Whittier Christian High School AWAY 1 Maranatha High School HOME 17 Meet Recap In their second Olympic League match of the season, and the first meeting between the league’s last two league champions (MHS ’12 – ’15, WC ’16), the Lady Minutemen sought to make the statement that they

Maranatha High School Girls Varsity Tennis beat Valley Christian/Cerritos 14-4

Thursday, September 21, 2017 3:15 PM Maranatha High School AWAY 14 Valley Christian/Cerritos HOME 4 Meet Recap Maranatha came into today’s Olympic League opener battle tested after playing a rigorous non-league schedule against higher division teams. The hope was that the non-league schedule would toughen the team up and give them a chance to prepare

Maranatha High School Girls Varsity Tennis beat Pasadena High School 10-8

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 3:30 PM Maranatha High School AWAY 10 Pasadena High School HOME 8 Meet Recap After knocking on the door against upper division non-league opponents all season, Maranatha was seeking to finally break through against the Bulldogs of Pasadena, a team they had lost to in a 9-9 tie the previous season.

Girls Tennis Defeats PHS

After knocking on the door against upper division non-league opponents all season, Maranatha was seeking to finally break through against the Bulldogs of Pasadena, a team they had lost to in a 9-9 tie the previous season.  Expecting only 3-4 points from their singles line-up, Coach Arthur Hsieh issued the challenge to a doubles squad