Monticello Girls Varsity Swimming

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Three Magic students pursue swimming and academics at the next level!

By: Jared Hines After another hugely successful season in which the Magic girls swimming and diving team won their 15th straight section championship, a trio of Monticello swimmers have committed to swim at the next level. Read more below to hear about our three swimmers!  Caitlin Hegle: Caitlin will be attending St. Cloud State University

Breeanna Wolkerstorfer commits to swim at South Dakota State University!

By: Jared Hines The Monticello girls swimming and diving program has a history unlike any other. 15 straight section championships, multiple individuals with trips to the state tournament and dozens of girls who have gone on to swim collegiately at all levels. This week, Breeanna Wolkerstorfer added her name to the list, committing to swim

Seven MHS student-athletes pursue academics and athletics at the next level!

By: Jared Hines On Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018, seven of Monticello’s student-athletes walked into the East Lecture Hall at Monticello High School for National Signing Day. Surrounding the seven students were friends, family members, teachers and coaches who have watched these students excel both in their sport and in the classroom as well. Wednesday’s signing

Monticello swimming and diving team wins 15th straight Section Championship!

By: Jared Hines From 2004 to 2018, a lot has changed for the Monticello swimming and diving program. Coaches have come and gone, improvements have been made at the Monticello Middle School pool and each year dozens of new swimmers fill the roster. The one thing that hasn’t changed? Every year since 2004, the Magic

Magic Swim and Dive team takes care of business ahead of True Team Sections!

By: Jared Hines Photo by Chris Lommel The Monticello swim/dive team traveled to Princeton on Thursday night for a battle with the Tigers. With True Team Sections right around the corner on Saturday, Oct. 6 in Becker, the Magic used Thursday night as a last preparation for the big Saturday showdown, defeating Princeton 120-64. Varsity

Season Preview: Girls Swimming and Diving

By: Jared Hines When swimming fans walk into the Monticello Middle School pool, it’s hard to not notice the banner on the right side of the west wall above the diving board. On the top of the banner, the words “Section Champions” are big and bold while the Monticello Magic logo sits on the bottom.