LP-A's Knudsvig scores 1,000th career point
The Frazee Lady Hornets played their fourth game in six days Tuesday when they played Lake Park-Audubon in Lake Park. The game was highlighted by Raider guard Andrea Knudsvig scoring her 1,000th career point in LP-A's 62-44 victory. Frazee scored...
The Frazee Lady Hornets played their fourth game in six days Tuesday when they played Lake Park-Audubon in Lake Park.
The game was highlighted by Raider guard Andrea Knudsvig scoring her 1,000th career point in LP-A's 62-44 victory.
Frazee scored the first five points of the game, but from there, the Raiders rolled as they coasted to the victory in Heart O'Lakes Conference girl's basketball action.
"We just didn't seem to have any energy tonight," said head coach Dave Conzemius said. "LP-A was the aggressor tonight and we allowed them to dictate the pace of play."
The Raiders (6-17 overall, 5-13 HOL) shot the ball extremely well in the first half as they took a 38-15 halftime lead.
Knudsvig poured in 23 points -- including a trio of treys -- while Kim Cigelske added 15 points.
Frazee (7-19 overall, 5-13 HOL) played a much better second half, but the hole that they dug in the first half proved to be too much.
Ashley Bachmann led the Lady Hornets with 15 points. Alexis Tappe had 13 points and Jaclyn Mickelson added eight points.
"We will work hard in practice the next few days to get ready for the playoffs," Conzemius said. "I have all the confidence in the world that we will come out and battle hard next week."
Frazee will host Park Rapids next Monday in the Section 8AA play-in game at 7 p.m.
Tangen leads Frazee over Mahnomen
The Frazee Lady Hornets used a career-high 20 points from sophomore McKinzie Tangen to cruise past Mahnomen 58-37 Monday night in girls' basketball action in Mahnomen.
"McKinzie has been working hard and showed tonight with her outstanding effort," head coach Dave Conzemius said. "She really posted up hard and got a lot of great looks at the basket and our kids were able to get her the ball."
Frazee (7-18 overall record) raced out of the gates quickly with a 10-0 start. The Lady Hornets pushed the lead to 15 points at halftime at 32-17 behind Tappe, who scored 11 first-half points.
Frazee would never allow the Indians to creep back into the game thanks to Tangen who 13 points in the second half.
Tappe added 15 points for the Lady Hornets and Bachmann had nine points.
"I thought this was the best that we attacked the basket this year," Conzemius said. "Everyone was looking to get the ball inside which is something we have struggled with at times this season. It was good overall effort from everyone tonight."
Frazee at Lake Park-Audubon, Tuesday, Feb. 23.
Hornets 15 30 - 45
Raiders 38 24 - 62
Scoring stats (2-3-ftm-fta-pts) -- Fraz: Kristi Smith 0-1-0-0-3; Suzanne Vetter 0-0-1-2-1; Alexis Tappe 4-2-1-3-13; McKinzie Tangen 0-0-4-4-4; Jaclyn Mickelson 1-0-6-6-8; Sadie Stender 0-0-1-2-1; Ashley Bachmann 4-2-1-2-15. Team: 9-5-14-19-45.
LPA: Ashley Thompson 1-1-0-0-5; Christine McIntire 2-1-0-0-7; Emma Ulmer 1-0-0-0-2; Chanel Lunde 1-0-0-0-2; Kim Cigelske 7-0-1-2-15; Andy Knudsvig 5-3-4-6-23; Chelsea Raaen 2-0-0-0-4; Marley McDunn 0-0-2-6-2. Team: 19-5-7-14-62.
Frazee in Mahnomen, Monday, Feb. 22.
Frazee 58, Mahnomen 37
Half: F 32, M 17
F: Smith 5, Tappe 15, McCorquodale 1, Tangen 20, Mickelson 2, Stender 4, Streeper 2, Bachmann 9.
M: Schoenborn 2, Porter 5, Lundon 8, Hanson 8, Houska 4, Worms 4, Spaeth 5, Refshaw 1.