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By Dan Rudy 

Boys lose two in final home games


February 9, 2017

Dan Rudy/ Wrangell Sentinel

River Guggenbickler (33) lobs one for two points just over the outstretched hands of Metlakatla's Coleton Hayward during Friday's junior varsity game. The Wolves won 39-30 after making a second-half comeback.

In its last home games of the 2016-17 season, Wrangell High School took on a pair of losses against visiting Metlakatla.

In Friday evening's games, the junior varsity boys opened with a win over the Chiefs. The Wrangell boys recovered from a 12-point deficit in the second quarter, closing that to nine by the half at 15-22. The JV Wolves then took the offensive, racking up 12 points per quarter while holding Metlakatla to only eight the whole half. The game wrapped up in a 39-30 victory for Wrangell, and Trevor Miller led his team for points with 14 scored, including two three-pointers.


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