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2011

"Sold Out"

Class AA 2011
Semifinalists
9-3

2011 SEASON RECAP

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 2011 season.

Major Accomplishments:
The historical 2011 season led to the WolfPack football record book being completely re-written and the top 10 lists being re-ordered. Congratulations to all the players on these lists for their hard work and accomplishments.

Congratulations to...
...the following WolfPack seniors who have earned the opportunity to extend their football careers and have signed letters of intent to play college football: Luke Halliburton, Anthony Gugliuzza, Mack Sutherland, Trent Halstad and Logan Connolly. Click here for a complete list of all WolfPack players playing at the next level.

...Caleb Harris who became the 2nd WolfPack football player named to the Great Falls Tribune's Super-State all star team.

...the five players selected to play in the 2012 Shrine All-Star game. Starters were defensive linemen Luke Halliburton and Caleb Harris along with wide receiver and punt and kick returner Anthony Gugliuzza who was unable to play in the 12-23 loss to the East due to injury. Alternates were offensive guard Mack Sutherland and inside linebacker Matt Iavicoli.

...the three players selected to play in the 2012 Badlands Bowl, Montana vs North Dakota All-Star game. Starters were defensive lineman Luke Halliburton and wide receiver Anthony Gugliuzza. Alternates were defensive lineman Caleb Harris.

Check out the 2011 class AA final season standings and playoff results

2011 Season Game by Game Review:
Game 12 (9-3) Semifinals - Friday, November 11th: The historical 2011 season came to an end on the road at Billings West as the Bears dropped the Pack 16-45. Shining brightly through the disappointing semifinal loss were the historic achievements of this team including most wins and best records, first top 4 seed and home playoff game and win, and the record book being entirely re-written. Great job Pack!
Game 11 (9-2) Quarterfinals - Friday, November 4th: The WolfPack notched another historical first by winning their first ever playoff game in program history with a 24-10 victory over the Billings Senior Broncs.
Game 10 (8-2) - Friday, October 28th: The WolfPack finished off their best season in school history with a resounding win over the Big Sky Eagles to post an 8-2 record, earn the 4th seed in Class AA and earn the right to host the first ever home playoff game in WolfPack football history.
Game 9 (7-2) - Friday, October 21st: Early mistakes and a slow start gave the WolfPack too large of a deficit to come all the way back as their 5 game win streak came to an end on the road at Capital 23-35.
Game 8 (7-1) - Friday, October 14th: The WolfPack jumped out early again on Homecoming night against Great Falls, 21-0 and then held off a Bison comeback effort to win their 2nd straight Homecoming game and 5th straight of the season 35-21.
Game 7 (6-1) - Friday, October 7th: After jumping out to an early 17-0 lead, it was the WolfPack who had to come from behind this time as Sentinel came back to lead 24-17 before the Pack took it to overtime and won 27-24 on Kyle Griffith's game winner.
Game 6 (5-1) - Friday, September 30th: The WolfPack claimed Crosstown #5 as they survived Flathead's wild 4th quarter rally and hung on to win 56-44 and move to 5-1 on the season. In the offensive shootout, several school records were set, 100 total points were scored and almost 1,000 yards of total offense were gained.
Game 5 (4-1) - Friday, September 23rd: The WolfPack moved to 4-1 on the season and for the first time in school history with a 24-14 road win over the defending state champion Bozeman Hawks.
Game 4 (3-1) - Friday, September 16th: The WolfPack got back on the winning track in a big way as they rolled over the Hellgate Knights 69-21 scoring in all 3 phases of the game and setting many school records in the process.
Game 3 (2-1) - Friday, September 9th: The WolfPack lost for the first time, 22 - 30, to the #1 ranked Helena Bengals. After pulling within 8 points in the 4th quarter, their furious 2nd half rally fell short as Helena barely recovered an onside kick to seal the win.
Game 2 (2-0) - Friday, September 2nd: The WolfPack beat CMR for the 2nd straight season on the road at Memorial Stadium in Great Falls. This time it was a dramatic, come from behind victory as the offense drove the field taking the final 3:57 off the clock and scoring with only 5 seconds left to win 31-28 and begin a season 2-0 for the first time in school history.
Game 1 (1-0) - Friday, August 26th: The WolfPack opened their season with a solid 21-10 victory over the Billings Skyview Falcons at Legends stadium to begin their season 1-0 for the third time in school history.

2011 WolfPack Sub-Varsity Recap:
The Freshmen (8-0) and JV's (4-0) both completed undefeated seasons becoming the 2nd and 3rd teams to do so in WolfPack football history (2009 freshmen also 8-0). Great job men!

The Sophomores finished 1-5 but combined with the varsity's best ever finish of 9-3, the total program wins in 2011 was 22 falling just short of the record set in 2009 of 24.