By Mark C. Robinson
Wrangell Sentinel 

Wolves finish season with loss to Unalakleet at state tourney

 

March 20, 2024

Amber Armstrong-Hillberry / Wrangell Sentinel

Senior Keegan Hanson takes a foul shot in last Friday's state tournament game against Ninilchik.

After three days of challenging games on the court, the Wrangell Wolves boys varsity basketball team's loss to the Unalakleet Wolfpack on the morning of Saturday, March 16, left them in sixth place at the state Division 2A championship in Anchorage.

The Petersburg Vikings took the title for the first time since 2017.

The Metlakatla Miss Chiefs won the girls tournament.

Wrangell head coach Cody Angerman posted on Facebook after the game: "As disappointing as our last (tournament) game was, it doesn't define how good our team was this (regular) season. We started the season 0-5. When they won th...



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