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2014

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2014 NEWS AND MEDIA FEATURES

Passing the Test: Behind QB Brady McChesney, Glacier football evolving into elite program
Posted Thursday, October 9th, 2014 by AJ Mazzolini of the Missoulian
Student sections flaunt it in football stadiums across the state – from Daylis and Vigilante to Memorial and Naranche. Tradition. It’s a loaded word, born from the past that somehow carries weight in the present. A tradition of winning, of championships, of enduring state tournament trips. Read more...

Undefeated and Unsatisfied
Glacier Wolfpack roll into Class AA playoffs as the top-ranked team
BY DILLON TABISH // NOV 4, 2014 // BEACON SPORTS
In the football program’s relatively short history, the Glacier Wolfpack have already achieved a growing list of milestones. First victory: 2008. First playoff appearance: 2009. First championship game appearance: 2013. Read more...

Hill's heroics lead dominating defense
Posted: Thursday, November 20, 2014 12:01 am By JOSEPH TERRY The Daily Inter Lake
There’s a lot of key pieces to a Glacier run defense that has been among the best in the state the last three seasons. The Wolfpack has had talent at every level, with Division I players on the line and in the defensive backfield. Read more...

Football eyes on Kalispell
Posted: Thursday, November 20, 2014 12:09 am By JOSEPH TERRY The Daily Inter Lake
The biggest, most important game in the state Friday night is being played right here in Kalispell.A precursor to the Cat-Griz melee on Saturday, the focus of the state will be right here in town for the Class AA state championship game, the first played in Kalispell in more than a generation. Read more...

Trefney scoring big in leading role for Glacier
Posted: Thursday, November 20, 2014 11:33 pm By SAM CAMPBELL The Daily Inter Lake
Glacier junior running back Thomas Trefney, the leading scorer in Class AA, crossed the goal line just once last season for a mere two-point conversion. It wasn’t because of a lack of talent, but a lack of opportunity. Read more...

Building a Recruit Pipeline
Posted: Thursday, February 5, 2015 11:33 pm By Joe Terry The Daily Inter Lake
College football recruiting is an intricate and often frustrating process. College coaches canvas hundreds of high schools around the country, and evaluate thousands of players to try to fill a couple dozen roster spots. While trying to find a needle in a haystack, those coaches are often fighting against other coaches to find the needle first. Read more...