By Caroleine James
Wrangell Sentinel 

Lady Wolves take regional championship, prepare for state


November 22, 2023

Orin Pierson / Petersburg Pilot

Wrangell Wolves (from left) Kayla Meissner, Christina Johnson, Alana Harrison and Addy Andrews celebrate their win at the championship match against Metlakatla on Friday, Nov. 17, as their teammates start to gather together on the court.

After a dominant showing in the regional volleyball tournament Nov. 15-17 in Petersburg, the Lady Wolves won the Southeast high school championship for the second year running and will head to state in Palmer Nov. 30 to Dec. 2.

The girls are "pretty much ready for it," co-coach Brian Herman said of the team as they prepare to take on Alaska's best players. "They're playing the best they've played all season. They're playing at a level that's high enough to be competitive there (at state)."

Herman is coaching the Wolves alongside Shelley Powers, who has collegiate volleyball experience.


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