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Six Magic student-athletes celebrate National Signing Day!

While 2020 has proven to be anything but normal, Monticello High School has looked for ways to normalize as much of the high school experience as possible.  One of the ways we can do that is by celebrating our student-athletes who have decided to pursue academics and athletics at the next level. This spring, we

Tigers defeat the Moose in overtime of Class A Consolation Championship

By: Jared Hines On Dec. 21, 2019, the Monticello Moose and the Delano Tigers met at Delano Ice Arena for a regular-season Saturday matchup. The Moose were 6-3 at the time and on a four-game winning streak. By the end of the night, the winning streak was snapped as Delano handed the Moose their fourth

Magic fall to Tigers at the buzzer in Section 5AAA semifinal

By: Jared Hines With Fridley new to Section 5AAA and the Magic and Tigers having very few common opponents, it was difficult to tell what Bridge Tusler and Co. were going to see when they arrived at St. Michael-Albertville High School for the semifinal bout against the Tigers.  What the fans saw early was a

Magic fall to Bulldogs in Section 5AAA Final

By: Jared Hines The atmosphere inside Buffalo High School was incredible as No. 1 Becker and No. 3 Monticello squared off in the Section 5AAA Final on March 5. The student sections were electric, the Becker pep band was loud, and both sides of the bleachers were completely full.  The beginning of the game was

Moose fall to Hawks 7-1 in Class A Boys Hockey Quarterfinals

By: Jared Hines In front of thousands of fans in black and red at Xcel Energy Center, the Moose stepped out on the ice in St. Paul for the third time in four years.  The opponent–No. 3 Hermantown–was familiar as the Moose have face the Hawks all three times they have played in the MSHSL

Dakotah Parker takes second place in Class A Diving Championships!

By: Jared Hines When Dakotah Parker stood on the podium to receive his second-place medal in the Class A Diving Championships, there was a familiar face to his left.  There stood Storm Opdahl, a sophomore from Chisago Lakes, getting his championship medal. The two have battled it out all year, competing in the same conference,

Jesse Midas advances to semifinals at STATE with two wins on Friday!

By: Jared Hines After two straight years of making it to the state tournament, Monticello senior Jesse Midas wanted to make sure that his third and final appearance was his best.  He is off to a great start!  On Friday morning, Jesse Midas was up against Mason Iverson of Thief River Falls in the first