Lady Wolves place second at regionals; head to state next week

The Wrangell High School volleyball team will head to the state competition in Anchorage after placing second at regionals last weekend in Haines.

Coach Alyssa Allen said the Lady Wolves beat Haines once and Craig twice, and lost to Klawock twice, placing second out of seven teams.

"Overall, the kids played really well," Allen said. "They played hard after a short week of practice due to COVID protocols."

Emma Martinsen ran an excellent offense for the team, the coach said, while Kiara Harrison, Kendra Meissner and Aubrey Wynne had a good tournament hitting the ball. Meissner stepped into a different position than normal, with good results.

Harrison, Meissner and Martinsen made the all-conference team.

Allen has confidence going into the state competition, but said the team has some areas to work on.

"A couple of things we need to work on is covering our hitters and our passing on serve receive," she said.

Those who want to see the matches Dec. 2 through Dec. 4 can watch a live stream on The site is only accessible through paid subscription.


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