Vikings win against Wolves during Wrangell homecoming

 

Greg Knight

Tristan Welton squeezes in between a group of Wrangell defenders to go for the not-so-easy lay up on Friday.

The Petersburg Vikings hand the Wolves a pair of losses during Wrangell’s 2013 homecoming celebration – the latest in a string of defeats for the boys’ team and head coach Ray Stokes.

After a low scoring first period on Friday night, when Wrangell trailed just 6-5, the Petersburg offense kicked into high gear in the second to take a 24-14 advantage – spurred mostly by the defensive play of Vikings Clayton Franklin and Jared Volk, and the big offense of Tristan Welton, Kayin McCay and Colby Bell who combined for 15 points.

The Wolves were held to just 14 points in the second period,...



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