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Perham handles Frazee to get back in the win column

Recap from Perham girls basketball against Frazee from Dec. 9, 2021

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Perham's Greta Hillukka drives the lane during a regular season contest during the 2019-20 season. Hillukka was named 2019-20 HOL All-Conference Honorable Mention. ( Jason Groth / Perham Focus)

The Perham girls basketball team breezed past Frazee on Thursday night to a 63-24 win at The Hive.

Greta Hillukka had a game-high 18 points as the Yellowjackets pulled away from the Hornets in the second half. Perham outscored Frazee by 31 points in the final 18 minutes. Kennedy Pilgrim had 10 points, while Willow Thiel scored nine.

Kate Vigen led the Hornets in scoring with seven points. Frazee falls to 1-2 on the season after dropping its second straight game. Perham bounced back from a tough loss at Underwood to move to 3-1 on the season.

FRAZEE 12 12 - 24

PERHAM 20 43 - 63

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SCORING- PERHAM- Lauryn Rustad 4, Kaia Anderson 3, Greta Hillukka 18, Lily Aakre 3, Kennedy Pilgrim 10, Olivia Pilgrim 3, Kaia Starzl 3, Willow Thiel 9, Sydney Anderson 8, Caitlin Baardsen 2; FRAZEE- Kate Vigen 7, Annika Reierson 3, Kiley Karger 3, Brynn Larson 5, Jayden Sonnenberg 4, Harley Kropuenske 2

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