Wrangell Sentinel -

By Dan Rudy 

Wolves season ends after tightly-played bracket

 

March 16, 2017

Photo courtesy of Taylor Balkom/Ketchikan Daily News

Metlakatla's Danny Marsden shoots the ball under pressure from Wrangell's Riley Blatchley (12) on Saturday, during the Region V 2A second-place game in Juneau.

Wrangell High School's boys finished up in third place during last week's Region V tournament, after losing in the final round to second-place Metlakatla.

Heading to hosts Juneau-Douglas High School, on March 8 the team started their week against next-door rivals and eventual champs Petersburg.

"The kids gave a good showing," said coach Ray Stokes. His boys had played a close game against the Vikings just the

previous weekend during Petersburg's homecoming, and the tournament rematch was similarly tight.

Petersburg started off with a 12-4 lead in the first quarter, and Wrangell pushed back...



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