The Monticello Boys' swim and dive team competed against St. Michael-Albertville and fell 111.50 to 74.50 on Thursday, February 11th.
The magic lost for the first time this season.
Tanner Branson took first place in the 100 butterfly with a time of 59.04.
Clay Megaw took first place in the 100 chest stroke with a time of 1: 04.53.
Boys basketball deserves a win
The Monticello Boys' basketball team defeated St. Francis on the street on Thursday, February 11th.
The end result was 64-53.
Monticello now sits 6th in the conference and is 3-6 for the season.
Carson Kolles led Monticello with 25 points, Wyatt Sawatzke had 13 points, Calvin Schmitz had 12 points, Gus Hangsleben had eight points and Mitchell Stocker had six points.
The Monticello Boys' basketball team fell on Chisago Lakes 66-49 on Tuesday, February 9.
Magic was 35:32 behind at halftime. At halftime at 35:32, the score was tight, but Monticello stayed behind.
Kolles led the team with 17 points, four rebounds, one assist and three steals.
Schmitz was next with 13 points, three rebounds, two assists and a steal.
Hangsleben had seven points, 10 rebounds and one assist.
Sawatzke had six points, two rebounds, an assist and a steal.
The Magic hosted Rocori and Becker Thursday at Monticello Field House on Tuesday.
Girls hockey slips on the ice
The North Wright County's girls' hockey team fell 4-1 to Minnetonka on Tuesday, February 9th.
The Riverhawks scored their only goal right in front of the gate. Halle Dahlheimer scored with templates from Sydney Petersen and Jenna Kyono from the power game.
Minnetonka scored one goal at the end of the first half and three more goals in the third half.
Goalkeeper Jadyn Weiser had 36 saves and a percentage of 900 saves.
The Riverhawks had 14 shots on goal.