By Mark C. Robinson
Wrangell Sentinel 

Boys varsity scores double victory at home against Haines

 

February 7, 2024

Mark C. Robinson / Wrangell Sentinel

Boomchain Loucks tries to outmaneuver the defense put up by Haines player Phoenix Swaner on Friday, Feb. 2. The Wrangell Wolves won twice against the Glacier Bears on Thursday and Friday.

The Wolves' varsity boys basketball team won two games at home against the Haines Glacier Bears despite losing their star player to injury halfway through the first game.

Starting a day earlier than originally scheduled, Wrangell hosted Haines on Thursday and Friday, Feb. 1-2. In the first game, the Wolves defeated the Glacier Bears 68-50. Then on the second night, the Wolves scored another decisive win, 57-36.

The junior varsity team got a split, winning their first game 33-30 but losing the second 27-22.

Wolves' head coach Cody Angerman said his team knew going into both games that Haine...



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