Red Hawks Down Frazer In Contests
The Froid/Lake Red Hawks rolled to a 70-21 non-conference boys’ basketball win in Frazer on Tuesday, Jan. 12.
Froid/Lake gained a 27-5 lead in the first quarter en route to the victory.
The Red Hawks scored the game’s first 12 points on an inside basket by Walker Ator, a drive by Mason Dethman, a hoop by Ator, a shot by Colt Miller, a hoop by Dethman and another basket by C. Miller.
After Frazer’s John Hotomanie hit an outside shot with 3:14 left in the first quarter, the Red Hawks ran off the next 11 points for a 23-2 advantage. Dethman tallied six of the points and Brett Stentoft connected on a three-pointer.
The Red Hawks led 47-13 at intermission.
Reaching double figures for Froid/Lake were Dethman with 21 and C. Miller with 14 points.
Rounding out the scoring were B. Stentoft with nine, Ator with eight, Bode Miller with four, Ashydyn Hobbs with four, Caden Kelm with three, Cian Logan with three, Tyler Wivholm with two and Nate Stentoft with two.
C. Miller grabbed nine rebounds. Having four rebounds each were Wivholm, Dethman and Ator.
Hotomanie accounted for 13 of Frazer’s points. Also scoring for the Bearcubs were Keein Ackerman with three, Blue Fettig with three and Tory Jackson with two.
The Froid/Lake Red Hawks dominated the middle two quarters in their 61-35 girls’ basketball victory in Frazer on Tuesday, Jan. 12.
The Red Hawks never trailed in the game and gained a quick 6-2 lead on three early baskets by Sydney Dethman.
A three-pointer by Liana Jackson pulled the Bearcubs to 7-5, but two straight hoops by Baylee Davidson increased the gap to 11-5. A 12-footer by Dethman put the gap at 13-5.
Dethman, a 6-2 senior, ended the quarter with two more baskets for a 19-9 lead.
The Red Hawks ran off the first 10 points of the second quarter. Dethman scored four of the points and B. Davidson connected from three-point range. Froid/Lake enjoyed a 33-17 half-time advantage.
Dasani Nesbit accounted for 12 points in the third quarter as the Red Hawks outscored Frazer by a 21-4 margin for a 54-21 lead.
Angel Nelligan scored six straight points in the fourth quarter to highlight Frazer’s efforts in the fourth quarter. The Bearcubs tallied 14 points in the final period.
Top scorers for Froid/Lake were Dethman with 23 points and Nesbit with 13 points.
Also B. Davidson with nine, Meg Ator with seven, Jaeleigh Davidson with three, Broolyn Nordwick with three, Mara Salvevold with two and Alexa Nelson with one.
Leading Frazer were Justine Smoker with nine, Liana Jackson with eight and Nelligan with seven points.