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Five Magic students pursue academics and athletics at the collegiate level!

By: Jared Hines On a cold February afternoon in Minnesota, five student-athletes participated in the Winter National Signing Day. Around the country, state, and nation, thousands of other student-athletes were doing the same, picking the school that’s best for them to pursue academics and athletics. Below, read more about the five Magic student-athletes who will

Six MHS students commit to pursuing academics and athletics on National Signing Day!

By: Jared Hines On Nov. 14, six Monticello student-athletes entered the West Lecture Hall at the High School to sign to the colleges of their choice. Among them were two hockey players, one basketball player, one baseball player, one soccer player and one committing to run both cross-country and track. Two are staying in Minnesota

Magic heroics continues with comeback win over Hunters!

By: Jared Hines A win is a win. Down 4-0 in the second inning, the No. 1 seeded Monticello Magic came back and defeated Duluth Denfield 5-4 in the first round of the MSHSL Class AAA State Tournament on Thursday morning. The path was anything but ideal. After a scoreless first inning, Duluth’s bats got

Monticello baseball advances to first state tournament in school history!

By: Jared Hines In 2018, the Monticello baseball team was in Collegeville, MN, just one win away from the MSHSL State Baseball Tournament. The Magic entered the championship game vs. Rocori, losing to the Spartans in back-to-back games. The outcome sent the Spartans packing for state and the Magic home much earlier than anyone anticipated.

Spring Sports Sign-Up is March 4th!

Monticello High School Spring sports sign-up is March 4th at 6 p.m. at MHS. Please mark your calendars for this night as coaches are available to answer any and all questions about the upcoming season for MHS athletes. Spring sports being offered: Baseball Boys Golf Girls Golf Boys Tennis Girls Lacrosse Boys Lacrosse Track and

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

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

Isaac Frandsen commits to the University of Sioux Falls!

By: Jared Hines   Isaac Frandsen had his fair share of choices when it came to where he would commit to play baseball after graduating from Monticello High School in May of 2019.   Recruited by most of the Division II NSIC Conference, Frandsen had to look past the baseball diamond at what would make

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

Nick Zwack named to PGCBL All-Star Game!

By: Jared Hines Monticello High School alum Nick Zwack was selected to the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League All-Star Game this week after a fantastic start to the season for the Saugerties Stallions. Zwack is 2-1 for the Stallions this season, appearing five times and allowing just 14 hits. Nick has struck out 34 batters