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I have two more weekly articles where I can mention this fundraiser in and I am not going to miss out on that opportunity.  The senior center will be sponsoring a Dad’s Belgian Waffles breakfast on Sunday, April 22 from 8 a.m. to noon in the Monticello Community Center gym.  This all-you-can…

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A line stretched out the door at Little Caesars Pizza on Monday, April 2 as visited the store at 1563 7th St E, Monticello to get a free $5 pizza combo.  Little Caesars gave away the free combos after the company stated it would give away free lunch combos if a 16-seed team defeats a 1-seed …

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Last year’s boys track and field team featured some of the best athletes the Magic had ever witnessed. They competed and set records at several state tournaments and their school records will be the new benchmark for the next wave of track and field athletes. But now it’s a new season and he…

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A new coach means a new philosophy for a team. That can either be a good or bad thing, depending on how well the coach implements his philosophy and ideas with his new team. Monti’s new head coach of the softball team, Matt McLachlan, has started implementing his system and so far, the imple…

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The inevitable time of graduation means that high school sports rarely remain consistent from year to year. The boys golf team is one of those rare teams that has managed to develop some consistency in their lineup over the last few seasons, and the team is hoping that it pays off this season.

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Many of the other spring sports are in periods of transition or working to adapt to changes to their roster. Boys tennis is one of the few sports that see an experienced and battle-tested roster return to action for the 2018 spring season, and head coach Jeff Bordwell thinks his team should …