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2011 NEWS AND MEDIA FEATURES

Quarterback Catalysts
Published: 10/13/11 by Dillon Tabish Flathead Beacon
This time last year both Taylor Hulslander and Matt Tokarz were sophomores playing mostly junior varsity football. Today, the juniors are two of the top varsity offensive players in the state. Glacier’s Hulslander is the No. 2 passing quarterback in Class AA, averaging roughly 249 yards per game. In seven games, he’s totaled 1,595 yards, 19 touchdowns and only five interceptions. Read more...

Glacier's Strength is in the Line
Published: Thursday, September 15th, 2011, 11:56 PM CDT By DIXIE KNUTSON/The Daily Inter Lake
The highlight of Luke Halliburton's football career is still fresh in his mind. A huge smile lights up the face of the Glacier defensive lineman/fullback as he recounts the moment three weeks ago when the Wolfpack came from behind to defeat CMR for the second straight year. Read more...

Brotherhood in the Trenches
Published: Tuesday, October 11th, 2011, 11:56 PM CDT By DIXIE KNUTSON/The Daily Inter Lake
Some guys are born to command the spotlight. Some get their names and numbers announced on nearly every down. Other guys hope they never hear their number announced. But whatever happens on a football field - it all begins and ends in the trenches with that second group. Read more...

Working Hard for the WolfPack
Published: Tuesday, October 25th, 2011, 11:32 PM CDT By DIXIE KNUTSON/The Daily Inter Lake
The Glacier WolfPack's 2010 season had been in the books just 3 days when then-junior Anthony Gugliuzza asked for an off-season workout plan. He got a winter regimen of tennis ball drills, sleds, weights and balance exercises --- and went right to work. Senior inside linebacker Matt Iavicoli already had his regimen --- as a member of the Glacier wrestling team. Read more...

Home Field Advantage
Published: 11/3/11 by Dillon Tabish Flathead Beacon
Grady Bennett has hopes of his hometown one day being dominant in football like Helena. His dream came a little closer to reality this season. For the first time ever, Kalispell has two high school teams in the Class AA playoffs, and the field at Legends Stadium has not seen its final game of 2011. Read more...