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MCA sends the Girls off to State

Our 26-4 Mustangs are all loaded on the bus and ready for their run at a state title. The student body, staff and parents filled the hallways this morning to send the girls off with spirit and prayer. Tip off for tonights game is 6pm. The Mustangs will take on Mesabi East.

MCA celebrates the Robotics team

The gym was electric today as the MCA students and staff celebrated the Robotics State championship and wished them continued success at regionals. With entertainment provided by the Pep band and Stomper, the robotics team displayed there robot and wowed the crowd with tricks and treats. Congratulations team and go get um in regionals  

Girls State Tournament Info

Girls’ Basketball Advances to State…Again! This may be the first year the girls’ basketball team is playing in Class AA, but it hasn’t changed the fact that they are good enough to qualify for the State Tournament for the ninth consecutive year! This year we play our first game in the evening, so let’s make

MCA Middle School Athletes shine in OMGBA All-Star game

Maranatha had four sixth grade students named to the OMGBA All Star game held on March 9th.  This was held for participants in the Osseo-Maple Grove house basketball league.  Luke Hoven and Ty Lovcik were selected to participate in the three point shooting contest for the boys.  Ellie Meissner was selected for the three point

MCA boys named AA Academic State champs

MCA should be very proud of the boys as they were named AA Academic State Champions for 2018 by the Minnesota Basketball Coaches Association

Boys fall short to Breck

In a game of lead changes, emotional runs and tough basketball play, the Mustangs lost a heartbreaker 69-71 to Breck.  Senior Beijan Newbern led the way 21.

MCA Girls are Statebound

MCA community of 300 + fans were given a treat tonight as the Lady Mustangs defeated Holy Family in the class 5AA championship. The win earned the Mustangs another trip to the state championships. This one is very sweet for the Mustangs as it is the first year of moving up to class AA. Seniors