Monticello Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 4 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Ava Emmerich and Garrett Holmes honored as MHS nominees for Triple “A” Award

By: Clay Sawatzke The Minnesota State High School League Triple “A” Award was created to recognize and honor high school seniors who have excelled in the classroom, on the athletic field, and in the fine arts. It’s possible they had people just like Garrett Holmes and Ava Emmerich in mind when they created the award.

Four Magic Student Athletes Commit on National Signing Day!

By: Jared Hines Four schools are getting an extra gift around the holiday season as four Monticello student-athletes have committed to pursue academics and athletics at the next level. Three of the students–Kyle Downs, Alex Otto, and Ryley Moran–are going to continue playing football while Jace Pribyl will continue his baseball career in college. Scroll

Magic avenge last year’s blowout, defeat Huskies on home turf!

By: Jared Hines  364 days before the Monticello Magic and Andover Huskies faced off at Monticello Memorial Stadium, the two teams met at Andover High School. The Huskies came out and scored three first-quarter touchdowns en route to a 60-7 win over the Magic. Monticello gave up 373 yards rushing in the loss while only

Win No. 1 for Monticello football comes in overtime victory over the Saints!

By: Jared Hines   The smell of Papa John’s and Von Hanson’s Meats filled the air at Monticello Memorial Stadium for the football team’s second home game of the year on Friday night. The Magic student section was dressed in red, white and blue and while humid, the weather provided the Friday night feel that

Ethan Bosacker commits to Xavier!

By: Jared Hines Sometimes when you know, you just know. That’s what was going through Ethan Bosacker’s mind when he visited Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Monticello senior knew he wanted to continue his academic and baseball career but wasn’t quite sure exactly where until he set foot on campus. “It really came down