Wolves end three-game slump at homecoming

 

February 7, 2019

Caleb Vierkant / Wrangell Sentinel

Skyler Lofftus (No. 23) running the ball down the court.

Wrangell High School held its annual homecoming basketball games last weekend. The Wrangell Wolves went up against the Petersburg Vikings, after taking two losses to Metlakatla the previous weekend. While the first game went in the Vikings favor, Wrangell was able to end its string of losses last Saturday with an impressive win.

On Friday the game had a bit of a slow start. Both teams focused heavily on defense. The Wolves were able to score first, about two minutes and twenty seconds into the first quarter. After that, the points began to come in more regularly. Wrangell held a narrow lead...



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