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Last Thursday’s season-opening victory may not have gone exactly how Magic baseball coach Cole Deibele planned it, but early season games rarely do. And in bouncing back from both an early deficit and a late blown lead, Deibele may have learned some important traits of his relatively inexperienced...Read More
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Despite winds gusting from 20 to 30 miles per hour, the Magic track and field teams stepped outside last Thursday for their first outdoor meet of the season. The results were the same as they’d been indoors. Due to the wind, times were all over the board at the home meet; but the Magic athletes [....Read More
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With a talented and experienced squad returning, the Monticello boys tennis team is determined not to be deterred by a slow start. And they have good reason not to be. While the weather hasn’t allowed them much outdoor practice time, they’re still ahead of schedule compared to the last couple of...Read More
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The Magic baseball team begins this season with the same expectations as last year (and every other year), but with a nearly brand new lineup. After losing the top seven hitters in their lineup to graduation, the Magic will look to rely on pitching and an all-hands-on-deck philosophy as they shoot f...Read More
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The Magic boys track and field team continued an impressive start to the season with a strong showing at an informal University of Minnesota meet last Friday. While the meet wasn’t scored, and official times weren’t kept, Monticello came away from the meet feeling like they took care of business...Read More
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