Sebeka used a dominating second half to win their second game of the year, defeated Frazee 57-30 in non-conference action Tuesday night.
The game got off to a slow start with the Trojans taking a 24-18 lead at the intermission.
In the second half, Sebeka used a full-court press to create some turnovers, got the Hornets in foul trouble, hit their free throws and held Frazee to just 12 second-half points, while scoring 33 of their own.
Defensively, the Trojans swatted away the Hornets with a solid, team defensive effort. Sebeka had 11 steals, 10 blocked shots and held Frazee to 19 percent (7-36) shooting for the game.
The Trojans needed that defensive performance as they had stuggles of their own in the offensive end. Sebeka shot just 31 percent (19-61) overall and were only 1-of-17 (6%) from three-point range.
Frazee turned the ball over 25 times, while the Trojans had just 10 turnovers.
James Clark paced the Trojans with 21 points, 7-for-13 from the field and 7-for-11 from the free throw line. Colt Hansen had a solid game with six points and a team-high 14 rebounds. Thane Dailey added nine points, seven rebounds, five steals and five assists. Jack Lillquist contributed seven points and seven rebounds.
The Trojans improved to 2-0 on the young season. They are off for the Thanksgiving break and return to action on Tuesday, December 1 when they host the Nevis Tigers.