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By Dan Rudy 

Wrestling nears mid-season, Wolves head to Anchorage


A slightly smaller group of Wrangell High School wrestlers competed at the Bill Weiss Invitational in Ketchikan last weekend. The team was down to nine wrestlers last week after several injuries and withdrawals.

“They did good,” said the Wolves’ coach, Jeff Rooney. “Of course we want to do a little bit better,” he added, as the season nears its midpoint.

Wrangell placed seventh overall in the two-day tournament, with 88 team points. The Ketchikan High School hosts took first place in the tourney with 216 points, followed by Craig with 149, Mt. Edgecumbe with 146, Thunder Mountain,...

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