By Ben Muir 

PHS boys split with Wrangell, win in region first round


Dan Rudy / Petersburg Pilot

Petersburg sophomore Rylan Wallace shoots the ball in a game against Wrangell last weekend.

The PHS boys basketball team was at full health for the first time this year last weekend in Wrangell, where it split its series and ended its regular season with a 5-13 record.

"Friday was the first game all season that we had our whole roster together," said Rick Brock, coach of the Vikings.

Petersburg beat Wrangell on Friday, 46-27. Early on it was shaping up to be a one possession contest throughout. Wrangell jumped ahead to just a 4-2 lead at the end of the first quarter.

"But then that rhythm changed in the second quarter," Brock said.

Petersburg held the Wolves to just two points...

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