The Morning Interview

Braves, Lady Wolves basketball focused on regionals


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Coach Archie Young and Mt. Edgecumbe Braves basketball players Vance Gregory (Galena) and Leo Ford (Hooper Bay) say they’re working on team quickness to counterbalance their size disadvantage in the last three weeks of the regular season. Sitka Lady Wolves players Sophie Mudry (jr.) and Kendall Phippen (jr.) say they’re trying to stay healthy as the team heads out on its last road trip before the regional tourney.

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