Slow start doesn't hurt Hornets
It took approximately 10 minutes of football for the Frazee Hornets to get on track against host Bagley Friday, but when they did, they almost became unstoppable.
After trailing Bagely 7-0 in the first quarter, the Hornets reeled off 37 unanswered points for the 37-7 victory.
In the first 10 minutes, Frazee missed a field goal and they just were not playing on all cylinders, said Hornet head coach Jim Rader.
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