Wrangell Sentinel -

By Dan Rudy 

Lady Wolves take fourth at State, other honors


March 22, 2018

courtesy of Small Schools Broadcasting & Promotions

Julia Miethe and Helen Decker tumble after the ball with a Nenana player during their opening game at State last Thursday. The Lady Wolves lost their first game, but went on to take the back half of the bracket with fourth place.

Heading to State for the first time in over a decade, the Wrangell Lady Wolves finished their season fourth among Alaska's 2A schools last weekend.

After fighting for second place the previous weekend during Region V, the high school girls joined Alaska's best at the 1A/2A Basketball State Championships, held jointly at Anchorage's Alaska Airlines and Wells Fargo Sports centers.

"It was a really good weekend," said Wrangell coach Laurie Brown.

Her team had had a rough start at the season's beginning, but by the end finished 10-8 for the division, just behind Craig and the undefeated Miss Ch...

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