Both were selected as All-State honorable mentions to the West team in the East-West All-Star Games held Saturday in Elizabethtown.
Both players are seniors and leave their respective programs as statistical leaders.
Alexander finished his career with 90 goals and 72 assists, both placing him at the top in the Wildcat program. He spent most of the season in the top three in the state in assists and finished the season with a career-high 36. His career-high in goals is his 2011 total of 37.
Frazier holds a mark not likely to be approached any time soon by any TCHS student-athlete, as she is the Trigg leader in career goals with 140. She scored 38 as a freshman and 42 as a sophomore. She fought through a late-season injury in 2011 and scored 34 and continued to battle those injuries this season, finishing with 26.