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Wolves take second in home tournament that draws over 160 wrestlers to the mats

The Wrangell Wolves hosted the Tom Sims Invitational Wrestling Tournament last weekend, coming away with 62 wins and 21 losses with 48 pins in the matches, including exhibitions. The wrestling team came in second to Ketchikan overall by just 2.5...

 

Lady Wolves take regional championship, prepare for state

After a dominant showing in the regional volleyball tournament Nov. 15-17 in Petersburg, the Lady Wolves won the Southeast high school championship for the second year running and will head to state...

 

Wolves compete at annual Ketchikan wrestling tournament

The Wrangell High School wrestling team traveled to Ketchikan to compete in the Bill Weiss Tournament on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 10-11. Including exhibition matches, they came away with 54 wins and...

 

Roberts takes third in state swim championship

Senior Jack Roberts outswam athletes from much larger schools around Alaska at the state championship swim meet Nov. 3 and 4 in Juneau, placing third in the 100-yard freestyle at 47.95 seconds and...

 

Wolves wrestlers grapple through Anchorage tournament

Half of the dozen Wrangell wrestlers who traveled to Anchorage for a meet last weekend placed in the top six in their respective weight classes. The Wolves competed in a tournament at Mountain City...

 

Lady Wolves take down Petersburg in JV matches

The Lady Wolves are refining their technique and getting their new players up to speed as they ramp up training before volleyball regionals in mid-November. The team won two home matches against...

 

Wolves wrestle in round robin and scramble in Sitka

The Wrangell Wolves wrestled at Mt. Edgecumbe High School in Sitka this past weekend, with a round robin on Friday, Oct. 27, and a scramble on Saturday, Oct. 28, earning 67 wins, 24 losses, and 55 pins, according to wrestling coach Jack Carney....

 

Lady Wolves win 3, lose 3 at first volleyball tournament of the season

The Lady Wolves volleyball team started their season with three big wins and three tough losses in the Klawock seeding tournament Oct. 19-21. After winning their first match against Skagway 3-0, the team played “a really tough match” against Cra...

 

Swim team prepares for regionals in Sitka

The high school swim team continued refining its skills and building its endurance at the invitational in Petersburg Oct. 13 and 14. The team competed in 20 individual and four relay events and the six athletes earned a combined 10 personal bests....

 

Wrestlers earn top spots in Juneau Southeast Showdown

Wrangell wrestlers excelled on the mat at the Southeast Showdown at Thunder Mountain High School in Juneau. "We went 34 wins, 15 losses and 30 pins," said coach Jack Carney. "Four of the losses were...

 

Playing above the net

The hit over the net by Abree Powers (No. 5) is blocked by alumni player Kaeleen Harrison in action at the Oct. 9 game between the high school girls volleyball team and alumni players at the high...

 

Wrestling team starts season strong in Craig

The Wrangell Wolves high school wrestling team competed at a meet at Craig this past weekend, winning 61 of their 87 matches. “We competed against pretty much everybody in the region, except Sitka,” said wrestling coach Jack Carney. With a rou...

 

Boys cross-country team wins state championship; Loucks takes first

The Wrangell Wolves cross-country team braved near-freezing temperatures and stiff competition to take home their second state championship title in a row in Palmer on Saturday, Oct. 7. The boys team...

 

Swimmers drop times in Ketchikan, prepare for Petersburg this weekend

The swim team continued to drop times and log personal bests at the Kayhi Meet in Ketchikan on Sept. 29. Wrangell's seven swimmers participated in 28 individual and four relay events. Together, they...

 

Boys cross-country team wins Southeast championship again

The Wrangell Wolves boys cross-country team won the Division III Southeast championship meet in Juneau on Saturday, Sept. 30, and are headed to the state competition in Palmer this weekend. Though...

 

Cross training helps wrestlers prepare for new season

As high school wrestling coach Jack Carney prepares for the season, many of his wrestlers are wrapping up competing in another sport. "Most of my kids are on cross-country (running). They're looking...

 

Girls volleyball team getting ready for season opener in October

After taking first place at regionals last year, the girls volleyball team is setting up for another competitive season. With seven out of 11 players returning and a roster of strong hitters,...

 

Swim team breaks personal records at Juneau meet

The Juneau Invitational Sept. 15 and 16 was a weekend full of progress and personal bests for the Wrangell swim team. The team participated in 27 individual and four relay events during the two-day event, which was hosted by Thunder Mountain High...

 

Runners continue to improve times in advance of Southeast regionals

At the last cross-country meet before regionals, the Ketchikan Invitational, the Wrangell Wolves continued to shave seconds - and in some cases, minutes - off their times as they prepare for the end...

 

Wolves raced in Sitka against largest field yet

The Wrangell Wolves competed in the Sitka Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 16 - their largest cross-country meet before regional and state championships, with more than 240 competitors from 16 high...

 

Cross-country meet draws large crowd of runners and supporters

Over 300 athletes, family members and volunteers showed up to the Wrangell Invitational cross-country meet Saturday, Sept. 9, for a race featuring teams from 10 schools around Southeast. The Sitka...

 

Swimmers log personal bests at first swim meet of season

The high school swim team competed in its first meet of the season, the Sitka Invitational, on Sept. 1 and 2. Though the Wrangell Wolves placed sixth overall, many swimmers logged personal bests in...

 

Wrangell hosts high school cross-country meet on Saturday

The year’s only high school cross-country meet in town is set for Saturday, Sept. 9, with runners from nine Southeast schools scheduled to travel to Wrangell for the competition. Starting time for the 10-team meet is 1 p.m., said Wrangell coach M...

 

Boomchain Loucks wins first cross-country meet of year

Wrangell sophomore Boomchain Loucks was the fastest runner at the first cross-country meet of the school year, turning in a time of 17:23.23 at the meet on Saturday, Sept. 2, in Klawock. Wrangell’s Keegan Hanson was right behind, taking second p...

 

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