By Mark C. Robinson
Wrangell Sentinel 

Boys open season with varsity losses to Petersburg; JV splits 2 games


January 10, 2024

Mark C. Robinson / Wrangell Sentinel

Wrangell Wolves Kyan Stead makes his way down the court during the varsity boys basketball game on Friday, Jan. 5.

The Wolves had a rough start to the boys basketball season as they faced the Petersburg Vikings in the high school gym on homecoming weekend. While the junior varsity team split two close games, the varsity squad was soundly defeated both nights.

Both teams lost on the season-opening night Friday, Jan. 5, starting with the JV Wolves who played a tight contest only to fall short by two points against Petersburg, 32-30. The varsity players had a tougher time, as the Vikings won 41-32.

Head coach Cody Angerman said he saw a silver lining in how the varsity boys began to gel at times in their...

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