Menlo-Atherton Athletics Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 7 - 4
  • Conference Record: 5 - 0

Head Coach: TBA



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Getting her kicks

Getting her kicks Menlo-Atherton senior makes her mark on the football field and with program she launched in support of foster kids by Rick Radin / Almanac Laila Thompson-Wainer follows through on a kick during football practice at Menlo-Atherton High School. Photo by Sammy Dallal/The Almanac   Many of us spent our high school years

M-A holds off SHP M-A holds off SHP By Terry Bernal Daily Journal Staff Menlo-Atherton defensive end Petelo Vatuvei celebrates a sack at the end of the first half in the Bears’ 26-20 win over Sacred Heart Prep Friday night at Coach Parks Field.   For all the talent Menlo-Atherton has fielded on the gridiron in recent years,

M-A snags both Athletes of the Week from Palo Alto Weekly Natalie Grover Menlo-Atherton volleyball The senior outside hitter helped M-A win two league games last week. She recorded 20 kills and seven digs in the Bears victory over Terra Nova and added 12 kills and nine digs in a victory over San Mateo. Troy Franklin Menlo-Atherton football The junior wide receiver accounted for 109

Bears put on offensive display in football win over Bells Troy Franklin caught a pair of touchdown passes. Photo by Bob Dahlberg/@bobd_photo. by Glenn Reeves/Palo Alto Online Sports Justin Anderson returned a punt 85 yards for a touchdown. Photo by Karen Ambrose Hickey. The state champs picked up right where they left off. Menlo-Atherton put a beating on Bellarmine in its season opener Friday

Bears football to play Serra @ Levi’s Stadium on 9/6/19!

M-A is proud to announce that the varsity football team will now play Serra at Levi’s Stadium. The game will be on 9/6/19 @ 7:30 pm. For full details, click below… Release – Levi’s Stadium HS FBS – FINAL – 8.16.19

Football ranked #5 in entire Bay Area

Daily Journal’s Boys Athlete of the Year: M-A’s Noa Ngalu Speed, strength and desire. These are the core traits that make up an elite athlete. Menlo-Atherton senior Noa Ngalu, the Daily Journal Boys Athlete of the Year, certainly checks all three boxes. “Just his explosiveness, his power but also his effort,” said Adhir Ravipati, who served as M-A’s football head coach the past four

Kiwanis Club of Menlo Park donates $5k to M-A Football Association

NEWS RELEASE Donation of $5,000 to M-A Football Association March 25, 2019…. For Immediate Release…. For the second year in a row the Kiwanis Club of Menlo Park has made a donation of $5,000 to the Menlo Atherton Football Association.  “Our mission is to help the children of our community”, said Ned Moritz, president of