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Waubun's Jason Hanks (2) goes for a shot block, but ended up fouling Frazee's Jesse Miosek (4) during the first half of Thursday night's game. Photo by - Brian Basham

Hornets fly past Bombers

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The Frazee boys' basketball team came out hot and never looked back Thursday, as they crushed visiting Waubun (1-6) 63-25.

The Hornets (3-7) came out with controlled aggression on both the offensive and defensive ends, which allowed for a nice victory.

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Matt Tangen led the team with 16 points and got back into his normal rhythm of shooting the ball.

He had four threes in the first half of the game.

"Everyone played well defensively with Cody Nordquist and Zach Nelson leading the way with five and four steals, respectively," said Frazee head coach Jason Reierson.

Brady Bellefeuille had another great game off the bench, with a double-double.

He had 12 points, 12 rebounds and four blocks.

Many guys cleaned up the glass for the Hornets including Cory Wokasch with eight, Alex Courneya with seven, Cody Nordquist with seven, and Tyler Olson with six.

"It was a balanced scoring attack with nine Hornets scoring," Reierson said.

Cory Wokasch had nin points, while Nordquist and Tyler Olson each chipped in eight.

"It was a nice way to start the new year for the Hornets," Reierson said.

The Hornets, who have won two in a row, will host Barnesville Tuesday at 7:45 p.m. in a double header, along with the Lady Hornet girls' basketball team, which takes the court against the Trojans (4-3) at 6:30 p.m.

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