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26
Jun
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FHS grads take top honors at FM obstacle, endurance race


The Hard Charge co-ed winning team (from left) included Zach Olson, Frazee graduates Skyler Jackson and Mackenzie (Aho) Hamm and Denay Boyd-Riser. Not pictured is Mike Hamm, also a Frazee graduate.

 Frazee High School graduates Skyler Jackson and Mackenzie (Aho) Hamm will make their television debut caked in mud.

Wed
26
Jun
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Lady Hornets earn tournament title


The Lady Hornets are: (front, from left) Taylor Tappe, Madison Oswald, Hailee Oswald, (back) Josi Tappe, Kennady Barlund, Whitney Janu, Katie Smith and Mandy Donahue.

 The Frazee Lady Hornet basketball team recently completed a busy week playing 10 games in a four-day stretch.

Wed
26
Jun
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All-Star Game set Friday night at Dent


Garrett Dahlgren, pitcher for the Vergas Loons, got the "W" on Sunday as Vergas hosted the Perham Pirates. Dahlgren pitched all 9 innings for the Loons with a final score of 1-0. Photo by Melissa C. Bunkowske

 The annual All-Star Game between the Countryside League representatives and the best players from the Hi-10 League will be held Friday night in Dent.

Wed
19
Jun
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Northern Lights Dance Academy sends three soloists to nationals


Midwest Starz National Competition was held June 12-16 at Kalahari Resort and Convention Center in the Wisconsin Dells. Dancers were (from left) Kaitlin Wake, daughter of Chuck & Julie, Frazee, received High Gold and 3rd place in her category; Autumn Moe, daughter of Bruce & Stacy, Vergas, received High Gold and 2nd place in her category; and Cheyanne Hart, daughter of Tara Hart, Frazee, received High Gold, 2nd place in her category, and the Judges Superstar Potential Award. Photo by Stacy Moe

 Three dancers, Cheyanne Hart, Autumn Moe and Kaitlin Wake, from Northern Lights Dance Academy (NLDA) of Frazee competed in the Midwest Starz National Dance Competition June 12-16 at Kalahari Resort and Convention Center in Wisconsin Dells.

Wed
19
Jun
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Lady Hornet softball team celebrates successful season with award ceremony


Frazee’s Lady Hornet softball team recently held its end-of-year banquet. The team members are: (front, from left) Mandy Donahue, Anne Winter, Taylor Tappe, Josi Tappe, Madison Oswald, (2nd row) Katie McCorquodale, Desiree Bauer, Hailey Oswald, Jaden Ketter, Kennady Barlund, (back row) Alexis Fagerlie, Joanna Shipman, Alexis Tappe, Amber Bauer, Whitney Janu and Ashley Bachmann. Photo by Beth Janu

 The Lady Hornet softball team met Friday, June 14 for its end-of- year banquet and award ceremony.

Wed
19
Jun
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Fergus Falls remains on top in Countryside loop

 Reports of action were sketchy over the past week for games in the Countryside and Hi-10 leagues.

Wed
12
Jun
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Aho named head wrestling coach for University of Mary


Frazee High School graduate Adam Aho and his wife LeBreena will be moving to the Mandan area after Adam was named head coach of the wrestling program at the University of Mary. Submitted photo

 After years on the wrestling mat in Frazee and a solid college career, Adam Aho has taken the head coach position at the University of Mary in Bismarck, N.D.

 The 2004 Frazee graduate started his wrestling career at the age of 4.

Wed
12
Jun
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Clay Nagel is stepping down … but not too far off the mat


Clay Nagel

 Retirement? For Clay Nagel?

 Not really, but he is changing direction slightly.

Wed
12
Jun
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Midway keeps winning in Lake and Pine League

 Bad weather put a dent in amateur baseball’s schedule once again last week, but Midway sneaked in a game and ran its record to 9-1. 

 Otherwise, about as many games bit the dust as were played. None has been rescheduled at this time.

Wed
05
Jun
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Hornet exchange student Grassi earns state invite days before returning to Italy


Gabe Grassi (left) was the sole Hornet to earn a trip to state. While the Italian foreign exchange student qualified in the 110 meter hurdles by besting all competitors in his section, Grassi has returned to his homeland and will not be competing at the state event. Photo by Barbie Porter

 Frazee High School Italian exchange student Gabriele Grassi has dominated the 110 meter hurdles this season, often besting his second place contender by a full second.

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