Monticello Boys Varsity Hockey

  • Overall Record: 4 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A

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500+ Monticello Moose photos found here!

On Feb. 23, the Monticello Moose finished up another fantastic season. Click the link to see all the photos of the 2018-19 Moose team, taken by Monticello School District’s own Jared Hines.  

Winter Sports Registration is Monday, November 5th!

The weather outside has made it clear that the winter sports season is almost here! Who: Participants and Parents of Basketball (Boys and Girls), Hockey (Boys), Gymnastics, Boys Swimming and Diving, and Wrestling. (Dance Team and Girls Hockey had their meetings already)  What: Get information about your activity and meet the coaches When: Monday, November 5th,

Articles from MAML’s Class 1A Championship Game vs. Hermantown

By: Jared Hines As most of you who are reading this know, MAML represented all three communities–Monticello, Annadale, Maple Lake– well in their double overtime loss to Hermantown in the Class 1A Championship game. Due to prior obligations (my weekend wedding retreat), I was not able to attend the game, and I didn’t think it

MAML advances to state final in incredible comeback victory!

By: Jared Hines As the clock ticked down from seven seconds in the Class 1A section semifinal hockey game between Northfield and Monticello, Charlie Voller played the puck up against the boards and knocked it back into open ice as Nick Zwack came rushing towards the puck for one last opportunity in the tied hockey game.

MAML takes down the Tigers!

By: Jared Hines  3:33 into the second period of the Class 1A state hockey quarterfinal between Monticello/Annandale/Maple Lake and Delano, Ben Ward brought the puck into the offensive zone and looked towards the net for someone to pass to. It was there that he found teammate Troy Dahlheimer, who was able to kick the puck

STORY: MAML is heading to the X!

By: Jared Hines The Monticello/Annandale/Maple Lake Moose are heading to the MSHSL boys hockey tournament. The shock of that statement echoed around the Elk River ice arena at the conclusion of the Section 5A championship game on March 2nd. The disbelief came from parents, coaches, fans, and players alike as they looked at the scoreboard