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The Marana High School football team feels they are one of the only teams in the area that gets to play for their town – Marana is their town.
Canyon Del Oro junior Jordon Closs-Lopez attempts to outrun Marana's Jonathon Susa, 50, and Austin Soszynski, 51, during the first quarter of Friday night's game. CDO defeated Marana 40-12.
Dorado’s Blake Martinez tries to evade Marana defenders Cameron Vissers, No. 80, and Michael Susa, No. 75, in the first quarter.
They call it the “Battle of the Boot,” but this year’s annual Mountain View-Marana rivalry game took on added significance because the game at Marana High School was played on opening night of the football season.
After last season’s dismal 1-9 performance, the Marana Tigers have plenty of room for improvement as they prepare to hit the gridiron this year.
Three Marana brothers have achieved the highest rank in Boy Scouts, that of Eagle.
Courtesy photo, Marana brothers Jonathan, Mike and Matt Susa have all earned their Eagle Scout ranks.
Louis Payne is 5-10 and 220 pounds, a block of a young man who can bench press 335 pounds and loves to fly about the football field, hitting anyone in sight.
On May 7, members of the Marana Unified School District Governing Board held an annual banquet honoring the top ten graduating seniors from Marana High School and Mountain View High School.
Astronaut to speak before chamber May 27
Calling Marana head football coach Anthony Coronado "new" is a bit misleading.