The Morning Interview

Wolves vs. Braves: Tourney seeds to be settled this week


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Lady Braves basketball players Scarlett Beaver (Jr-Kotzebue) and Mariah Martin (Sr-Hoonah) talk about how Friday’s game with the Sitka Lady Wolves will determine the top seed for next week’s tournament. Sitka High Wolves Jon De La Cruz (Sr) and Joey Inman (Jr) discuss how they’ve been mashing up their offense to control the inside game against 3A rivals Mt. Edgecumbe. The boys play Thursday night.

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