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By Dan Rudy 

Wolves serve three for five at volleyball seeding


Dan Rudy/ Wrangell Sentinel

High school junior Amy Jensen spikes the ball during the Wrangell Wolves' match against the Skagway Panthers on Saturday. The team did well during the North Seeding Tournament, playing at home and winning against Skagway, Metlakatla and Haines. They leave today for the All-Comers Tournament in Sitka this weekend.

Wrangell's Lady Wolves volleyball team performed well last week, as the borough hosted this year's High School North Seeding Tournament.

"Things went without a hitch," Wrangell Public Schools Superintendent Patrick Meyer commented. There were no problems to speak of, and visiting players found places to stay among local families for the three-day tournament. "This community always opens up their arms," he said.

Preceding the varsity tournament on the evening of Oct. 16, the Wolves' junior varsity girls played Metlakatla's, showing well against them.

The Lady Wolves varsity team won its firs...

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