Monticello Girls Varsity Cross Country

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Magic runners shine at Muddy Mega Meet!

By: Jared Hines The annual Milaca Mega Meet is a meet that teams from all around mark on their calendar. Deemed the “largest single day high school cross country meet” in the world, the Magic runners see it as a great opportunity to be able to compete every year at Stones Throw Golf Course, a

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Hello Monticello families! As we get ready for the 2019-2020 school year, we want to provide a way for you to get updates on your favorite Monticello activities and athletics. Below you will see a quick and easy way to get updates to your phone and email, no matter where you are! https://monticello-magic.com/ What’s on

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

Witschen competes at MSHSL State Cross Country Meet!

By: Jared Hines After a fantastic season for Gabriella Witschen, the Monticello sophomore qualified for the 2018 MSHSL State Cross Country Meet at St. Olaf College on Nov. 3. In the state meet, Witschen finished the race 143rd in Class AA with a time of 20:20.4. The entire Monticello cross country team had a fantastic

Magic CC teams compete in Mississippi 8 Conference Meet!

By: Jared Hines  The Monticello boys and girls cross country teams competed at the Mississippi 8 Conference Meet this afternoon in Princeton. The teams at all levels competed well, including a girls Varsity second place finish on the day! Three Monticello boys runners–Marcus Guertin, Jacob Biard and Cade Hansen–earned all-conference honorable mention for the boys