Monticello Boys Varsity Basketball

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Monticello Alumni Report: Boys Basketball

By: Jared Hines Four former Monticello High School student-athletes have continued playing Men’s Basketball at the next level. Click the link below for a look at how they are doing! Monticello Alumni Report!

WINTER REGISTRATION: November 4th @ 6 p.m!!

Hello ISD 882! Winter registration for athletics is Monday, November 4th @ 6 p.m. The night will begin in the MHS Auditorium for a brief presentation before student-athletes and parents split off into the rooms for specific activities. Parents and students are encouraged to attend together! All forms you may need for registration can be

Meet Bridge Tusler: Monticello’s new head boys basketball coach!

By: Jared Hines Most new head basketball coaches don’t inherit what Bridge Tusler did when he was hired as the new boys basketball coach at Monticello High School last month. A 2018-19 team coming off its tenth state tournament appearance in school history, the Magic are anything but a struggling team. Although the loss of

Jason Schmidt steps down as Monticello boys basketball coach after seven seasons

By: Jared Hines Tears are common when a high school sports season ends. It might be in the first round of the section tournament or the state championship game but whenever it is, it’s always a somber moment. It’s sad for the underclassman because they are never going to get to play with the seniors

Monticello’s magical season ends with loss to Holy Angels

By: Jared Hines With a chance to close out the season with two more games, the Magic traveled to Concordia University-St. Paul for a matchup vs. Holy Angels. Playing in the consolation semifinal of the Class 3A State Tournament, the Magic were looking to extend their season one more day with a win over the

Monticello battles hard, fall to Austin in Class 3A Quarterfinals

By: Jared Hines It was a sea of red at Williams Arena as the communities of Monticello and Austin flooded the home of the Gophers for a Class 3A Quarterfinal battle. The Magic hung around for much of the first half, backed behind a huge presence from the student section and the community as a

IMPORTANT: Fan Bus and Ticket information for Wednesday’s State Basketball Game!

Monticello High School will be selling tickets and t-shirts TONIGHT (Monday) from 5 p.m-7 p.m on Main Street at MHS. Adult Tickets: $16 Student Tickets: $10 Fan Bus for HIGH SCHOOL students: $5 T-Shirts: $10 Checks can be made out to MHS. Tickets are good for all the games on Wednesday. Monticello Middle School students

Magic pull another one out of the hat, earn 10th state tournament appearance!

By: Jared Hines Above the main doors of the Monticello High School fieldhouse hang the banners of all the Magic sports teams and the success they’ve had over the years. Sitting right between boys swimming and wrestling is the boys’ basketball banner, showing and celebrating the nine different seasons that Monticello has advanced to the

Monticello Boys Basketball advances to Section 5AAA Final!

The Monticello boys basketball team advanced to the Section 5AAA Final tonight after defeating Willmar 66-59. The Magic got out to a 10-0 start vs. Willmar in the win with two 3-point shots by Austin Wetter and baskets by Austin Puppe and Blake Thompson. The lead went from five to ten for most of the

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.