By Dan Rudy 

Homecoming weekend counted a success


Dan Rudy/ Wrangell Sentinel

Riley Blatchley prevents Petersburg's Rylan Wallace from scoring two early on in Wrangell's win Saturday afternoon.

Homecoming weekend went well for the students at Wrangell High School, with girls basketball winning both their games against visiting Petersburg, and the boys getting a split after two hard-fought games.

For their last regular season games the Lady Wolves started the weekend with a real nail biter, taking things into overtime. Friday's game started off well enough with the team taking an early lead, which the Lady Vikings shaved down to three points by the half.

Petersburg propelled itself ahead with 21 points in the third period to Wrangell's eight for a 48-39 lead. But the Lady Wolves fo...

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