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Jaixen Frost recently set a new school record this last Thursday after scoring 27 points during a basketball game against the Red Oak Tigers on February 10.
The record, held by Jerry Waugh, was set during Waugh’s 1959-1963 career at 1,205 points.
Frost, a junior, has broken the 59 year standard and will continue to add to his own career record that could stand for another 59 years, or longer.
“It feels really good. I can’t tell you the feelings I have right now,” said Frost. “If you would’ve told me I would come anywhere close to this record I’d say you were BSing me. It feels amazing.”
Frost, with his senior year infront of him, has plenty of time to add to his record.
“I always wanted to make a statement and leave knowing I did something,” said Frost. “Kids are going to go chasing it and they are going to break it. That’s what I want. I don’t want to hold onto it.”
“What I love about him is even here he didn’t want to be recognized,” said coach Ruggles. “He thinks it’s great but was more disappointed in his defense tonight than anything else.”
Ruggles described Frost as unselfish and a team player.
“He hit Ryce Reynolds tonight and finding him underneath,” said Ruggles. “He’s unselfish enough to where he understands it so well he can adjust.”