Monticello beat Rogers, 46-28, last Friday in their only dual of the week. Jack Bourgeious, Jake Berthiaume and Brent Riddle picked up pins, while Carter Barnes and Seth Gardner earned technical falls for the Magic, who also picked up three forfeits in the match.
The Magic wrestle at Mound Westonka this Friday night at 5.
The Magic fell, 53-47, at Cambridge last Friday in their lone game last week.
Monticello trailed 27-23 at the half, before being outscored by an additional two points after intermission. Hayden Laimer continued his strong play, leading the Magic with 17 points. Will Bauman scored 12 points for Monti, while Tanner Okerson added six points.
The Magic split a pair of dual meets this past week to finish the regular season with a 7-2 record. Monticello won, 98-84 at Princeton before falling to Elk River in a seesaw battle, 95-91.
Coach Dirk Westveer was happy with the two performances, as his swimmers are in the midst of training hard before they begin their section and state taper.
One other result from the week was a second-place finish for the Magic at the 10-team Junior Elks (seventh through ninth grade) meet in Elk River.
North Wright County finished its season on a high note with two straight wins that helped them clinch a share of the conference title and the section top seed.
Friday night the Magic beat Cambridge 8-1 to wrap up a one loss conference season and earn them a share of the Mississippi 8 Championship, along with Buffalo. Mackenzie Johnson scored three goals in the game.
Saturday Rachel Heiber scored the eventual game-winner the Hawks beat Moorhead 3-2 to stay undefeated in section play.
Section play begins this Saturday with the top-seeded Hawks playing host to Brainerd/Little Falls at Moose Sherritt Ice Arena at 7 p.m. Should the Hawks win that game, they will then host a section semifinal game at the Moose at 7 p.m. Tuesday against the winner of Bemidji and St. Cloud.