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.
Last week was a tough week for the Lady Hornets as the softball team entered as 1 of the 2 remaining teams to have no losses in the double elimination tournament, but finished the tournament run by suffering back to back losses to Bertha-Hewitt-V
Lady Hornet track and field members (from left) Maddie Rue won the Coaches Award, Jessica Reishus, the MVP Distance Award, Sam Barker, the MVP Relays Award and MVP Field Events Award and Ashley Laine, the MVP Sprinter/Hurdler Award.
Seven Lady Hornets on the track and field team earned a qualifying spot for sections, set for May 30 at Minnesota State University Moorhead.