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By Dan Rudy 

Volleyball ends for Wrangell at Region V

 

photo submitted by Alex Angerman – Sentinel intern

The Wrangell Lady Wolves volleyball team is pictured in Skagway, Alaska on one of the many trains stationed there. The Lady Wolves played well but were out in a double elimination, losing against Craig and then Klawock. Petersburg Lady Vikings won first place and Craig Lady Panthers won second, both proceeding to the state championship in Anchorage.

The volleyball season has come to an end for the Lady Wolves, after taking fourth at Region V in Skagway last weekend.

"It went alright," said team coach Jessica Whittaker afterward. The girls started off with a win, beating Klawock in four matches Friday. The team beat the host team the next day, but then lost to Craig. Klawock was the team to beat in a rematch for third, but the Lady Wolves couldn't quite pull off a repeat win.

"We were not able to come away with a win," said Whitaker.

Craig went on to take second in the tournament, and along with Petersburg will be headed to State in Anc...



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