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Phil Brozynski’s girls basketball notebook

1. Six foot-2 junior forward Hannah Frazier is lighting up the scoreboard for Batavia (3-3). At the Trinity tournament, Frazier had 36 points, 11 rebounds and five blocked shots in a win over Christ the King; 20 points and nine rebounds in a loss to Proviso East; 32 points and 18 rebounds in a win over Zion-Benton and 28 in a loss to Oswego. She also had 30 points and 13 rebounds in a 61-38 victory over Elgin in the Upstate Eight River Division.2. Another player to watch this year, next year and the year after that is Streamwood’s 6-3 sophomore Jenejah Williams. Williams averaged eight points and eight rebounds last year for the Sabres, who were 14-13 behind Winona State freshman Hannah McGlone. Streamwood coach George Rosner hopes Williams can fill the void. “If she continues to improve, she will be one of the best in the area her junior and senior year,” Rosner said.3. Bloom’s Danielle King, who took a nasty fall after being elbowed during a game at the Rich South Thanksgiving tournament and had to be transported to the hospital, is expected to return to the lineup Thursday when the Blazing Trojans host Lincoln-Way North. “All the tests were negative so there was no spine or disc damage,” coach Ron Newquist said. King, a Marquette recruit, averaged 25 points, six assists and five steals per game last season.