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Hornets will use strong frontcourt to generate points

There will be some solid experienced players coming back for the Frazee boys’ basketball team, as it continues to build.

Senior Cory Wokasch will lead a strong frontcourt presence for the Hornets, as junior Matt Tangen will run the offense from the point guard position.

“Our strength will be our frontcourt, since we have multiple guys who have experience and should give us an advantage,” said Frazee head coach Jason Reierson. “We will start the season off without the services of Matt Tangen, though, which will put some strain on our backcourt, but they should gain invaluable experience for later in the season.”

Senior center Tanner Karger returns to Frazee from Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton to give some good size in the paint.

“We have multiple juniors with varsity minutes who will help us this season, as well,” Reierson said. “Junior Brady Bellefeuille has developed a nice outside game to go with his inside game at post.”

Other players who will see time include juniors Austin Torma, Mat Daggett, Harley Ellingson-Wirth and Chance Willette.

“We will be playing a variety of defenses, mostly predicated on who we are playing,” Reierson said.

“We will have to be an opportunistic fast-break team, but mostly will try to grind it out in the half court.”

The 2013-14 Frazee boys’ basketball schedule:


9 Dilworth-G-F

13 Ulen-Hitterdal

17 at Pelican Rapids

20 at Wadena-Deer Creek

27-28 at Park Rapids Tourney


3 Breckenridge

7 at Barnesville

10 Perham

11 at Crookston (at Concordia)

16 at Hawley

17 at Waubun

21 at Dilworth-G-F

28 at Walker/H-A

30 Pelican Rapids


3 at Breckenridge

6 at Lake Park-Audubon

8 Barnesville

11 at Perham

14 Hawley

18 Ashby

20 Battle Lake

21 Wadena-Deer Creek

Brian Wierima
Detroit Lakes Newspapers Sports Editor for the last 15 years. St. Cloud State University graduate, who hails from Deer Creek, MN.