Adam Ohm hoisted 10 threes in the contest. While it wasn’t his hottest shooting performance, his three makes paced the Cowboys and kept Frazee in fighting mode behind a double-digit deficit. Breckenridge has struggled as a unit from 3-PT range all season at 26.5%. They’ve been efficient inside the arc, however, at 51.5% with the help of strong offensive rebounding efforts to boot. Ohm has connected on 41.5% of his deep shots, hitting more than two per game.
Cooper Yaggie scored 14 points despite a tough shooting night from the field and the free-throw line. He remained aggressive and gave the Hornets something to think about by driving from the perimeter and drawing contact. He added four assists and also took a charge. Anderson also recorded four assists.
No. 12 ranked Breckenridge has a quick turnaround, hosting no. 16 ranked Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta at 7:30 p.m. on Friday.