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MSHSL approves start dates for Winter activities!

By: Jared Hines At the Oct. 1 Board of Directors meeting, the MSHSL approved start dates for winter athletics and activities. In all activities, there has been a 30% reduction in contests with a maximum of two contests per week. Start Dates are as follows:  Nov. 9: Dance Nov. 23: Boys Hockey, Adapted Floor Hockey,

Nick McNaughton commits to play basketball at U of M-Morris!

By: Jared Hines A couple of weeks ago, Monticello senior Nick McNaughton decided to continue playing basketball and pursue academics at the University of Minnesota-Morris. Below, read a Q&A with Nick about his decision and what he will miss most about Monticello High School when he leaves in the fall. Q: You decided on the

Six Magic student-athletes celebrate National Signing Day!

While 2020 has proven to be anything but normal, Monticello High School has looked for ways to normalize as much of the high school experience as possible.  One of the ways we can do that is by celebrating our student-athletes who have decided to pursue academics and athletics at the next level. This spring, we

Magic fall to Tigers at the buzzer in Section 5AAA semifinal

By: Jared Hines With Fridley new to Section 5AAA and the Magic and Tigers having very few common opponents, it was difficult to tell what Bridge Tusler and Co. were going to see when they arrived at St. Michael-Albertville High School for the semifinal bout against the Tigers.  What the fans saw early was a

Four Magic student-athletes reach milestones in one week!

By: Jared Hines In the chaos of the winter sports season, milestones can sometimes come and go without being celebrated as well as they should be. There’s always another game, another meet, another invite to look forward to.  This week, we look back on four Monticello student-athletes who reached a milestone in the past week.

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