Lady Wolves end season at Regionals

The Lady Wolves' volleyball season came to a close last week. Wrangell was host to the regional tournament this year, seeing players from all over Southeast Alaska compete. While the team fell in Regionals, and will not go to State this year, Coach Alyssa Allen said she was proud of her team's performance.

The Lady Wolves went up against the Haines Glacier Bears for their first game at Regionals. They won three games in a row, with scores of 25-9, 25-15 and 25-16. After Haines came a game against Klawock, where Wrangell once again won

three sets in a row. The scores were 25-21, 25-23 and 25-22. Loretta Rice, who helped keep score during regionals, said this was the first time the Lady Wolves beat Klawock this season.

Wrangell and Klawock met once again in the tournament, which would be the final set of games for the Lady Wolves. Klawock won all three games this time around, with scores of 25-23, 25-21, and 15-15. Wrangell was knocked out of the brackets, and Klawock went on to compete against Craig in the championship game. Craig took the regional championship this year, and both they and Klawock will be going to State.

"I feel like we improved a lot this season," Allen said in a Facebook message. "We had a pretty young team that'll be back next year."

 

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