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Monticello’s Nathan Mayer started playing power chair soccer when he was seven years old. He says it was just about two months into the sport that he learned of the existence Team USA, a team that competes around the globe in World Cups, and a team that is arguably the best power chair soccer team...Read More
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Monticello knew that their first -ever state tournament would be a tough test. They maybe didn’t know exactly how tough it would be, but it didn’t take long to find out. Mankato West lived up to the hype and their third seed, beating the Magic boys soccer team 4-0 in the Class A State Quarterfin...Read More
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The Magic did a lot more right, and a lot less wrong, in their rematch with St. Michael-Albertville on Saturday. But it still wasn’t enough. Monticello had no answer for Knights QB Jackson Greenwaldt, as he accounted for all four Knights touchdowns and the top seed in the section, and one of the t...Read More
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Last year, for the first time in a long time, the Monticello boys cross country team didn’t have single representative at the state meet. This year, Andrew Mergen made sure that didn’t happen again. Mergen, a junior, finished 11th at the Section 8AA Cross Country Meet, held Saturday in Alexandri...Read More
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