By Dan Rudy 

Lady Wolves seed third in volleyball tourney in Haines


October 26, 2017

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Wrangell's varsity volleyball team huddles up before a match at J.I.V.E. in Juneau, held October 13 and 14. Drawing teams from around Southeast Alaska, the annual tournament has been a reliable opportunity to practice bracket competition early in the season.

Wrangell High School's volleyball team is poised to be in contention with the region's leaders, following a busy game schedule two weekends ago.

Leaving on the ferry October 12, the Lady Wolves took part in the Juneau Invitational Volleyball Extravaganza over the following two days. The tournament gave the team an early opportunity to play against an array of schools in quick succession.

First up were the girls at Thunder Mountain High School, who won 25 to Wrangell's 13. The Lady Wolves followed up against Petersburg, losing 21-25 in a tight match.

The team beat

Ketchikan soundly, 25-13,...

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