The Monticello Polecats and the Big Lake Yellowjackets came face to face in both of their second games of the season on Wednesday, June 24.
ST. PAUL (AP) — Youth outdoor sports can return to games and scrimmages on Wednesday after being on pause during the coronavirus pandemic, Minnesota health officials said Friday.
A game-tying run from Monticello Polecat Calvin Schmitz was for naught in the Polecats’ season opener Wednesday, June 17 in Sauk Valley league action against the Cold Spring Springers.
Alex Revenig is a fimiliar name in Monticello. She made her mark on three different Monticello High School sports teams, played four years of tennis at the University of North Dakota, and is now moving onto coaching.
Monticello High School has had it’s fair share of successful college athletes.
Teams have been waiting in limbo until today about the 2020 spring season. Athletes were practicing on their own, coaches were providing optional at home workouts, and seniors were sitting in hopes of having a shot at their final sports season.
Ashanti Guertin is a senior at Monticello High School who had her sights set on making it to state this season on her track and field team.
With the smell of spring in the air and temperatures reaching to mid-fifties Monticello golfers are itching to get back on the green.
Though sports have been postponed due to COVID-19, athletes are still being recognized in both Monticello and Big Lake for their accomplishments.
The Monticello girls track and field team had a very successful season last year and were looking forward to the 2020 season until it COVID-19 put a stop to spring sports until further notice.
The Moose were at Mariucci once again for the consolation championship in the boys hockey state tournament, taking on the Delano Tigers.
Monticello (No. 2) was up against Fridley (No. 3) on Friday, March 6 at St. Michael-Albertville High School.
The Moose hockey team is no stranger to the state tournament. In fact, everything leading up to the section championship was just another game in Coach Eric Nelson’s opinion.