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Jesse Hein made quick work of Frazee's Andrew Kunz pinning Kunz in the second period.

Tuesday night recaps

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Wrestling: Frazee 47, Perham 13

Brandon Lueders came back in the waning seconds of his match versus Jordan Ketter at 119 pounds to keep the match close early. Lueders scored a near fall with under eight seconds remaining to come from behind. Jesse Hein dominated another heavyweight match winning by fall in the second period to up his season mark to 25-0. Frazee's depth would prove too much for the Yellowjackets as the Hornets defeat Perham for the second time this season.

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Wrestling: New York Mills 44, Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale 25

Tyler Ehnert, Michael Meyer, Peter Stark, Seth Hofland and Tyler Patron all scored pins in the Eagles solid victory over Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale.

Boys Basketball: Perham 76, Park Rapids 23

Perham sets a new season low holding Park Rapids to just five points in the first half on way to routing the Panthers. After holding Frazee to seven points in the first half last week, Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton, Perham's Thursday opponent, has to be trying to figure out a way to stay in the game past the first few minutes. The Yellowjackets are 11-0 and have had only one game decided by single digits. The remainder have been blowouts.

Boys Basketball: New York Mills 67, Rothsay 35

The Eagles hit the road this week and are winners of five straight after defeating Rothsay handily in Rothsay. Isaiah Bauck is five points from reaching the 1,000 point milestone, which he should do tomorrow, Thursday, Jan. 20, in Menahga.

Girls Basketball: Pillager 55, New York Mills 29

The Lady Eagles drop to 2-11 and 0-6 in the conference. Pillager is 7-5 overall and 4-2 in the Park Region Conference standings.

Boys Swimming and Diving: Perham 118, Morris 63

Jayden Cullen, 100 butterfly, Ben Collette, 500 freestyle and Zach Langendorfer, 500 freestyle-all qualified for sections as Perham dominates on the road in Morris.

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