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Class AA 2012


Click on the "Teams" links above to see all 4 WolfPack football schedules for the 2012 season. Game results, stats, rosters, team pictures, news articles and more will be added as the season progresses.

Major Accomplishments:
The 2012 season once again saw the record book be re-written and the top 10 lists re-ordered as this senior class finished an amazing career with 32 total wins, 2 home playoff wins, back to back 9-3 seasons and back to back semifinal appearances. The WolfPack set a record with 7 players named to the First Team All-State team and Devin Jeffries became the first WolfPack player to be named the Montana Class AA Defensive MVP of the state. Congratulations to all of these players for all of their hard work and accomplishments.

Congratulations to...
...Devin Jeffries, Kyle Griffith, Rial Gunlikson and Reid Siderius who were selected to the West Shrine All-Star Team.

...Devin Jeffries, Kyle Griffith, Rial Gunlikson and Reid Siderius who were selected to play in the Knights of Columbus Montana - North Dakota All-Star game.

...Devin Jeffries, Kyle Griffith and Reid Siderius who were named to the 2012 Great Falls Tribune SuperState Montana football team joining Joel Horn and Caleb Harris as WolfPack players also named Tribune SuperState in past years.

...2012 Wolfpack seniors who signed college letters of intent to continue their careers at the next level:
Kyle Griffith - Carroll College Fighting Saints
Kalen Reed - Rocky Mountain College Bears
Devin Jeffries - Montana State Bobcats
Shelton Todd - Montana Tech Orediggers
Rial Gunlikson - Montana Tech Orediggers
Reid Siderius - Montana Tech Orediggers

Check out the 2012 class AA final season standings and playoff results

2012 Season Game by Game Review:
Game 12 Seminfinal Playoff (9-3) - Friday, November 9th: On a cold and windy night, the Bozeman Hawks were too much for the WolfPack in a rematch of an early season, 3-7 defensive slugfest, as they defeated the Pack 34-21 to end the Pack's 8 game winning streak and the dream of hosting the state championship game.
Game 11 Quarterfinal Playoff (9-2) - Friday, November 2nd: The Wolfapck defense once again came up with an effort beyond description as they pulled out the win over the Capital Bruins scoring twice in the 4th quarter to defeat the Bruins for the 2nd time in three weeks and move the Pack on to the semifinals.
Game 10 (8-2) - Friday, October 26th: The WolfPack had to battle to defeat a very motivated Big Sky Eagle team who was playing for their playoff lives but did come away with the 21-10 victory to win their final 7 games in a row after beginning the season 1-2. With the win, the WolfPack secured the top seed in the class AA playoffs.
Game 9 (7-2) - Thursday, October 18th: The WolfPack got their first program win over Helena Capital in dominating fashion as the defense limited the Bruins high octane offense to only 110 total yards and only 51 rushing yards on 30 carries. Kyle Griffith had 12 catches for 119 yards in the 33-7 win as the WolfPack won their 6th straight game, also a new program best.
Game 8 (6-2) - Friday, October 12th: The WolfPack won their 5th game in a row and for an unprecedented 4th straight time in the city of Great Falls, shutting out the Bison 56-0 for their first shut out in program history. Logan Jones took the opening kickoff back for a touchdown and the route was on as the WolfPack scored twice on the ground, three times through the air and Dawson Day blocked a punt and scooped it up in the end zone for the first ever blocked punt for a TD in WolfPack history.
Game 7 (5-2) - Friday, October 5th: The WolfPack won for the 4th straight game, beating the Sentinel Spartans 51-14 on a night they dominated the ground game on both sides of the ball rushing for a new school record 303 yards while holding Sentinel to only 5 total yards on the ground.
Game 6 (4-2) - Friday, September 28th: The WolfPack won their 4th straight in the Black and Blue Crosstown rivalry series, dominating the Braves 55-14. The WolfPack picked off 6 Matt Tokarz passes, returning 2 of them for touchdowns and have now scored 200 combined total points in the 4 victories.
Game 5 (3-2) - Friday, September 21st: The WolfPack came out on top in a defensive battle for the ages as they defeated the #1 ranked Bozeman Hawks 7-3 on Homecoming night. The defense limited the Hawks high flying offense to only 3 points and intercepted 5 passes to set a school record.
Game 4 (2-2) - Saturday, September 15th: After poor air quality conditions cancelled their Friday night game and forced it to be rescheduled for Saturday in Polson, the WolfPack responded to the adversity and got back on the winning track in a big way with a resounding 64-6 victory over the Hellgate Knights.
Game 3 (1-2) - Friday, September 7th: The WolfPack entered the 4th quarter down 23-0 but climbed off the deck and almost completed the most remarkable comeback in program history but
Taylor Hulslander's 4th and goal pass to Kyle Griffith from the 5 yard line was called incomplete and the WolfPack came up short in Helena to the Bengals once again 17-23.
Game 2 (1-1) - Friday, August 31st: After some early and costly mistakes, the WolfPack battled back to take at 21-17 lead over the CMR Rustlers at halftime but the offense stalled in the 2nd half and CMR was the only team to cross the goalline and left with a 21-24 victory dropping the WolfPack to 1-1 on the season.
Game 1 (1-0) - Friday, August 24th: The WolfPack began their season with a big 38-14 road win over the Billings Skyview Falcons to begin the season 1-0 for the second straight year and the fourth time in their six year history.

2012 WolfPack Sub-Varsity Recap:
All three levels of sub-varsity WolfPack football enjoyed successful seasons as the WolfPack freshmen finished 6-2, the sophomores 6-2 and the JV 2-1. Combined with the varsity's 8-2 regular season record, the program win total is 22, matching last years total second only to the 24 wins during the 2009 season.