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Class AA 2013

Click here for the 2013 Varsity Schedule which contains scores, stats, newspaper articles on each game and game highlights!!

Click on the "Teams" links in the menu bar above to see Varsity, JV, Sophomore and Freshman Schedules, Rosters, Photos, Stats, etc.

Major Accomplishments:
When it seemed like previous records could not possibly be broken, the 2013 WolfPack once again re-wrote the record book and re-ordered the top 10 lists as the senior class of 2014 pushed the WolfPack to the next level and finished an amazing career with 3 straight appearances in the semifinals which had only been done by 2 other AA programs in history. In over 100 years of Kalispell high school football history, no team had ever won more than 9 games. The 2013 WolfPack won 9 in a row on their way to 11 total wins and their first appearance in the state championship game. The WolfPack set a new program record with 10 players named to the First Team All-State team and established many other program historical firsts. Congratulations to all of these players for all of their hard work and accomplishments.

The 2013 WolfPack football team compiled an impressive list of accomlishments including the following:
-36 individual game, season and career records
-39 team game and season records
-Longest win streak (9)
-Most total wins (11)
-1st championship game appearance
-3 straight semifinal appearances (only 3rd AA program to do so)

The Glacier WolfPack are the 2013 class AA State Runner-Ups
The WolfPack would like to thank Three Rivers Bank and the entire Kalispell community for their tremendous support of our pursuit of the class AA football championship. Thanks for rallying behind us and showing such great pride in our accomplishments and achievements. Kalispell easily has the best fans in the state of Montana proved by the 8 buses and almost 1,000 fans from Kalispell who attended the game in Bozeman.

2013 Class AA Playoffs-
Click here to check out the 2013 class AA playoff bracket.
Only one Kalispell team in 54 years has survived until the final Friday of the fall to play for a football state championship. Read more...

Championship Poster

Congratulations to...
...Zach Dennehy, Brendan Windauer and Todd Ogden who were named to the Hometown Pride Montana Super State Team.
...Evan Epperly, Josh Hill, Logan Jones and Todd Ogden who were named to the Great Falls Tribune Super-State Team.
...Evan Epperly and Noah James who were selected to play in the Knights of Columbus Montana-North Dakota All-Star Game.
...Zach Dennehy, Evan Epperly and Noah James who were selected to play in the 2014 Montana East West Shrine All-Star Game.

College Signing Day!!
The WolfPack had four players sign college letters of intent as Evan Epperly became a Montana Grizzly, Noah James became a Montana State Bobcat and Zach Dennehy and AJ Robinson became Montana Tech Orediggers. Congratulations guys!
This brings the total number of WolfPack players who have moved on to play at the collegiate level to an amazing 32 in only 6 seasons. See the complete list here.

Check out the 2013 class AA final season standings and playoff results

2013 Game Capsules:
Game Thirteen (11-2) Class AA State Championship @ Bozeman, Friday, November 22nd:
The WolfPack are the 2013 class AA state runner-ups after falling in the championship game to the undefeated Bozeman Hawks 14-24. The WolfPack completed the most successful season in school history reaching the championship game for the first time. Their 11 wins are the most for a Kalispell football in history and they are one of only three programs to have made three straight trips to the semifinals.

Game Twelve (11-1) Class AA Semifinal Playoff vs CMR, Friday, November 15th: W 52-7
The WolfPack demolished the CMR Rustlers to move on to their first state championship game appearance behind a school and city record setting performance by wide receiver Devin Cochran who caught 7 passes for 222 yards and 3 TD's. The WolfPack dominated the Rustlers in every phase of the game in winning their 11th game of the season and 9th in a row.

ame Eleven (10-1) Class AA Quarterfinal Playoff vs Butte, Friday, November 8th: W 62-55
The WolfPack outlasted the defending state champion Butte Bulldogs for the second time in as many tries this season winning another shootout 62-55 behind Logan Jones career night of 306 total yards of offense. The Pack moved to the semifinal round of the playoffs for the third straight season and won their school record 10th game of the season which is more wins than any Kalispell football team in history.

Game Ten (9-1) @ Flathead, Friday, November 1st: W 56-7
The WolfPack dominated their crosstown rivals getting their 5th straight win in the series and securing the #2 seed in the class AA playoffs. In the process, the WolfPack won their 7th straight game and finished the regular season with a 9-1 record which is the best record in school history and the best record for a Kalispell football team in over 4 decades.

Game Nine (8-1) vs Great Falls, Friday, October 25th: W 56-6
Charles Calobeer had 3 fumble recoveries, 1 returned for a touchdown, and an interception to lead another dominating performance by the WolfPack defense holding Great Falls to 111 total yards and only 1 for 18 passing. Brady McChesney threw 5 touchdowns and ran 1 and the WolfPack won their 6th straight game.

Game Eight (7-1) vs Capital, Friday, October 18th: W 31-7
The Pack made it three straight wins over the Bruins as the defense put forth a dominant effort limiting the league leading Bruins to only 140 yards on the ground and 233 overall. Noah James rushed for 162 yards on 33 carries and the Pack moved to 7-1 on the season.

Game Seven (6-1) @ Sentinel (played in Washington Grizzly Stadium), Friday, October 11th: W 59-41
The Pack enjoyed their first game inside Washington Grizzly Stadium rolling up a school records 650 yards of total offense and 400 yards passing by QB Brady McChesney, on their way to a 59-41 victory and a 6-1 start for the 2nd time in school history.

Game Six (5-1) vs Big Sky, Friday, October 4th: W 38-19
The Pack raced to a big 31-6 halftime lead and then cruised to victory behind Brady McChesney's best performance as a WolfPack qb, going 17 of 23 for 314 yards and 4 touchdowns.

Game Five (4-1) @ Butte, Friday, September 27th: W 58-41
Noah James rushed for a school record 201 yards on 25 carries and the defense returned 3 interceptions for touchdowns as the WolfPack defeated the defending state champion Butte Bulldogs in a wild shootout to begin a season 4-1 for the second time in school history.

Game Four (3-1) vs Hellgate, Friday, September 20th (Homecoming): W 40-0
The WolfPack dominated from start to finish to win their 5th straight homecoming game and move to 3-1 on the season.

Game Three (2-1) @ Bozeman, Friday, September 13th: 12-27 L
The WolfPack lost a tough battle to the #1 ranked Hawks but 3 turnovers stopped good drives deep in Hawk territory and the Hawks hung on for the victory.

Game Two (2-0) @ CMR, Friday, September 6th: W 20-14
The WolfPack had to persevere through a 3 hour lightning storm delay with 54 seconds remaining on the 3rd quarter clock and a 14-14 tie but emerged from the locker room to escape Memorial Stadium with a 20-14 hard fought victory over the CMR Rustlers.

Game One (1-0) vs Billings West, Friday, August 30th: W 43 - 7
The WolfPack kicked off the 2013 season in style beating Billings West for the first time in school history behind a dominating defense and special teams units. Sam McCamley had a huge game in his first varsity start at receiver catching 3 passes for 148 yards and 3 touchdowns. Noah James carried 13 times for 109 yards and 2 TD's.

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