"The strength of the Wolf is the Pack
and the strength of the Pack is the Wolf "

With Tradition


Click on the "Teams" links above to see all 4 WolfPack football schedules, game results, stats, rosters, team pictures and news articles and releases from the 2010 season.

Major Accomplishments:
The many great performances of the 2010 team led to new top 10 lists being established as well as many new records.

Congratulations to the following seven players who have signed letters of intent to continue their football playing careers in college: Joel Horn, Boyce Ballard, Jake Konen, Bryan Chery, Taylor Heavirland and Cayden Olsen. Click here or on the "Wolfpack in College" link above to see all former Wolfpack football players now playing at the collegiate level.

Congratulations to Joel Horn who became the first WolfPack football player to be named to the Montana Super State football all-star team!

Check out the 2010 Class AA final season standings and playoff results

2010 Week by Week Season Recap:
Friday, November 5th (6-5):
The Wolfpack's season came to an end in the quaterfinal round of the class AA playoffs as the Helena Bengals won 48-16 to move on to the semifinals.
Friday, October 29th (6-4):
The Wolfpack earned their way into the class AA playoffs for the second straight season climbing off the deck in the 4th quarter to score 25 points in a 4 minute stretch and defeat the Hellgate Knights 32-15 in the final regular season game of the season. The Wolfpack earned the 7th seed and will travel to play the #2 Helena Bengals in the first round.
Friday, October 22nd (Senior Night) (5-4):
The Wolfpack got out of the gate a little slowly but got things going with a tremendous 98 yard drive in the final 1:40 of the 1st half to take a 21-6 lead into the half and rolled from there to a 42-12 victory over the Big Sky Eagles to bring their record to 5-4 on the season and position themselves for a playoff run.
Friday, October 15th (4-4):
The Wolfpack led most of the game until the 4th quarter when the Bruins came from behind, scoring 14 unanswered points to claim the tough, hard-hitting 17-24 victory.
Friday, October 8th (4-3):
The Wolfpack ran their win streak to 3 wins in a row and their overall record to 4-3 after a come from behind, dramatic 20-16 win on the road against the Great Falls Bison. The 2010 Wolfpack made history once again as they became the first Kalispell football team to ever defeat both Great Falls schools in the city of Great Falls in the same season. They were only the fourth Kalispell team to ever defeat both Great Falls schools in the same season.
Friday, October 1st (Homecoming) (3-3): The Wolfpack won their homecoming game with a hard fought, 17-12 win over the Sentinel Spartans to even their record at 3-3 and run their season win streak to 2 games.
Friday, September 24th (2-3): The Wolfpack returned to their winning ways and evened their series record against their crosstown rivals, the Flathead Braves, at 2-2 improving their season record to 2-3 with a solid 48-35 win.
Friday, September 17th (1-3): The Wolfpack's 4th quarter, final drive, comeback effort against the Helena Bengals came up just short as they fell to 1-3 on the season with a 14-20 loss to the #2 ranked Bengals.
Friday, September 10th (1-2): The Wolfpack were no match for the eventual undefeated and state champion Bozeman Hawks and their superstar QB Tanner Roderick, falling 13-38.
Friday, September 3rd (1-1): The Wolfpack made history on the road against CMR becoming only the 6th Kalispell football team to ever defeat the Jack Johnson coached CMR Rustlers and only the 2nd to do so on the road in Memorial Stadium in Great Falls with a resounding 31-21 win.
Friday, Ausgust 27th (0-1): The Wolfpack opened their season with a 13-28 loss on the road to the Billings Senior Broncs.

WolfPack Sub-Varsity Recap:
The Freshmen finished a very successful 2010 season with a big 50-25 win over the Hellgate Knights to complete their season with a 6-3 record. Great job Frosh!

The Sophomores finished their season with a 6-4 record. Good job Sophs!

The JV finished their season with a 1-5 record with all 6 games being played on the road. Though the record might not show it, these JV road warriors played hard, gained experience and made great improvment. Good job JV!