By Dan Rudy 

Close games in volleyball home matches last weekend

 

November 16, 2017

Dan Rudy/ Wrangell Sentinel

Wrangell senior and outside hitter Kayla Hay returns a volley during Saturday's home game against Petersburg. The Lady Wolves won their first match of the evening but after a close loss, the next in extra time, finished behind the yet-undefeated team. The two head to the Lady Vikings' home turf this weekend for Region V play.

Wrangell's volleyball program had some close games over the weekend during its one home meet of the season.

The high school team hosted neighboring rivals Petersburg last Friday and Saturday. The girls followed up from Metlakatla the previous weekend, where it maintained its third-place seeding after a closely-contested round-robin. Wrangell won its games versus the hosts, Haines, and Skagway by default. Craig won after a drawn out five-match game and Klawock pulled a third win in a four-match series. Petersburg came away undefeated, a clear frontrunner among the region's teams.

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