The Lady Hornet volleyball team lost to Battle Lake Thursday, Sept. 3. Battle Lake took the first match 25-20; Frazee won the second 25-21, and then Battle Lake earned wins in the following two matches, 25-17 and 25-19.
Frazee High School baseball diamonds may get a roof over the stands and a concession stand, a new storage area for summer rec may be built and the elementary playground may see drastic changes, all this year.
We’ve had some cool weather over the past couple of weeks and it’s greatly reduced the water temps throughout the county. Eleven days ago the water temps were 82 degrees—mid day. Recently they have been 67 degrees. That’s a rapid cool down. W
Cheerleaders (from left) Isabella Matejka, Jackie Teiken, Cassie Lawrence, Delaney Matejka and Angela Kilde kept the crowd going during the season opener high school football game. Frazee traveled to Breckenridge. Photo by Cally Nundahl
Host Breckenridge put together drives in the first and second quarters to reach the end zone. In the third quarter the Cowboys put in two touchdowns, but the fourth quarter belonged to the Frazee Hornets.