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2014

Class AA
State
Champions

"Reloaded"
and willing to
"Pay
the
Price"

2014 WolfPack - Class AA State Champions Page

Click here for the 2014 Varsity Schedule which contains scores, stats, newspaper articles on each game and game highlights!!

Click on the "Teams" link above and select the level to see the 2014 game schedules for all teams as well as rosters, pictures, statistics, news, etc.

Click here for final Class AA league standings and weekly game scores.

Major Accomplishments:
Season after season, WolfPack players continue to accomplish more and more great things on the field and when it seems like it will be impossible to set any new records, they just keep coming. The 2014 WolfPack once again re-wrote the school record book and re-ordered the top 10 lists as the senior class of 2015 pushed the WolfPack to the pinnacle of Class AA and finished an amazing career with 4 straight appearances in the semifinals, 2 straight championship game appearances and Glacier High School's first ever state football championship and undefeated season. Many WolfPack players earned places in the Montana high school record books with their performances. The class of 2015 finished 38-3 as high school football players and 24-2 as varsity players losing only to last year's undefeated champion Bozeman. The WolfPack bested last year's program record of 10 players named to the First Team All-State team with 11 this year and established many other program historical firsts. Congratulations to all of these players for all of their hard work and accomplishments.

Post-Season Honors:
Brady McChesney, Logan Jones, Harrison Kauffman, Andrew Harris, Josh Hill, Tucker Rauthe, Cain Boschee and Brandon Purdy were named to the Great Falls Tribune Super State Team. The Pack set a record with 8 players named to the team while Logan Jones and Josh Hill were repeat members as they were named to the squad in 2013 as well.
Brady McChesney, Logan Jones, Harrison Kauffman, Josh Hill, Andrew Harris, Tucker Rauthe and Cain Boschee were selected to play in the 2015 Knights of Columbus Montana vs North Dakota Badlands Bowl.
Brady McChesney, Logan Jones, Harrison Kauffman, Josh Hill and Andrew Harris were selected to play in the 2015 Montana East West Shrine Game. The Pack received the maximum 5 players allowed for one high school team, but also had 5 alternates selected in Hunter Kauffman, Devin Cochran, Truman Pisk, Tucker Rauthe and Cain Boschee.

College Signing Day:
College signing day proved to be another record setting day for the seniors of 2014 as 10 players will move on to play football at the college level. Josh Hill, Brady McChesney and Logan Jones became Montana State Bobcats, Andrew Harris a Montana Grizzly and Harrison Kauffman signed with the Lehigh Mountain Hawks. Truman Pisk, Tucker Rauthe and Sam McCamley all signed with the Montana Tech Orediggers while Cain Boschee became a Dickinson State Bluehawk and Devin Cochran a UM Western Bulldog.

Game #13 (13-0) - Class AA State Championship Friday, November 21st vs CMR Rustlers-
The WolfPack are the 2014 Class AA State Champions after dominating the CMR Rustlers, scoring more points in a championship game than anyone in AA history to win their first state title in only their eighth season 56-19. Behind another dominating defensive performance by the defense, which limited the states all-time single season rushing leader Andrew Grinde to only 83 yards on 29 carries, and a dominating performance of their own on the ground by Thomas Trefney who rushed 22 times for 201 yards and scored 4 touchdowns, the WolfPack were up 35-19 at halftime and never looked back tacking on 21 more points in the 3rd quarter to cruise to victory. The WolfPack's historical accomplishment is monumental when put in the perspective of Kalispell high school football history. It was the first championship game played in Kalispell in 34 years (1980), the first state championship title for a Kalispell team in 44 years (the 1970 Braves were awarded the title based on having the best record that season), and the first title won on the field in Kalispell in 56 years (1958).

Game #12 (12-0) - Semifinal Playoff Friday, November 14th vs Big Sky Eagles-
The Pack dispatched of the Big Sky Eagles and moved on to the state championship game for the second straight season, this time hosting the game in Kalipspell at Legends Stadium for the first in 34 years since 1980. Behind a huge effort from the defense, the WolfPack starters held Big Sky to under 100 yards of total offense limiting them to only 1 completion in 14 attempts for -4 yards and 2 interceptions with Josh Hill returning one of them for a touchdown. The offense chipped in another 35 points and the Pack stayed undefeated setting another standard for wins in a season for Kalispell high school football teams with their 12th win of the season.

Game #11 (11-0) - Quarterfinal Playoff Friday, November 7th vs Billings West Bears-
The Pack began their playoff run in impressive fashion and dominated West in all three phases of the game to win going away 58-8 and remain unbeaten on the seasonj. The defense dominated again holding West to only 127 total yards for the game while Brady McChesney was 16 of 27 for 298 yards and 4 touchdowns to lead a dominating offensive performance. The special teams also got in on the act with Logan Jones returning another punt for a touchdown making it 4 now on the season.

Game #10 (10-0) - Friday, October 31st vs Flathead Braves-
The Pack completed their regular season undefeated and earned the #1 overall playoff seed by defeating their crosstown rivals 27-7. Thomas Trefney had a huge game rushing 22 times for 144 yards and 3 touchdowns and the defense shutout the Braves until the final minute of the game.

Game #9 (9-0) - Friday, October 24th @ Great Falls Bison-
The Pack completed the regular season undefeated on the road for the first time in school history winning 58-0 at Great Falls High behind a dominating performance in all three phases of the game. The defense held their second opponent in a row to negative yards rushing limiting Great Falls to -6 total yards on 34 attempts behind 7 sacks. The special teams set up the Pack in great field position all night averaging starting on the Bison 46 and scoring another punt return touchdown. The offense capitalized on the opportunities created by the defense and special teams and continued to score a lot of points behind Thomas Trefney's 4 touchdowns.

Game #8 (8-0) - Friday, October 17th @ Capital Bruins-
The Pack won in Helena for the first time in program history with a resounding 55-14 victory over the Bruins. Logan Jones had an explosive 308 all purpose yards breaking his own school record, and the defense limited the vaunted Capital rushing attack to -13 yards on 24 attempts to lead the Pack to the victory.

Game #7 (7-0) - Friday, October 10th vs Sentinel Spartans-
The seniors celebrated their night in a big way with a dominating performance in all 3 phases of the game to earn a resounding 59-7 win over the Sentinel Spartans. The defense limited the states third best passing attack to only 41 yards in the air and intercepted QB Kade Paffhausen 4 times. The special teams blocked 2 punts and won the field position battle all night long and the offense scored on 7 of their 9 drives amassing 475 yards in only 3 quarters of work.

Game #6 (6-0) - Friday, October 3rd @ Big Sky Eagles-
The WolfPack raced to a 42-0 halftime lead behind big plays from Logan Jones who had 303 all-purpose yards on the night, and cruised to a 49-13 win to spoil the Eagles homecoming and push their record best start to 6-0. Brady McChesney was an efficient 17 for 24 for 212 yards and 3 td's while Logan Jones had 88 yards receiving, 27 yards rushing and 172 punt return yards returning 1 for a td. The defense also came up with 3 interceptions on the night.

Game #5 (5-0) - Friday, September 26th vs Butte Bulldogs-
The WolfPack won their 5th straight Homecoming game with a resounding 55-29 victory over the Butte Bulldogs. The win pushes the Pack's best start in school history to 5-0. The defense played oustanding intercepting 3 passes with Josh Hill returning one for a TD bringing the total to 13 with 4 returned for touchdowns in the last three games against the Bulldogs.

Game #4 (4-0) - Friday, September 19th @ Hellgate Knights-
The Pack dominated the Knights from start to finish in every phase of the game to pick up a 68-13 victory and move their best ever start to a season to 4-0.

Game #3 (3-0) - Friday, September 12th vs Bozeman Hawks-
The Pack got rolling early, jumping out to a 28-0 halftime lead over the defending state champions, and cruised to a 38-8 victory. The 3-0 start to the season is the first for the WolfPack in school history.

Game #2 (2-0) - Friday, September 5th vs CMR Rustlers-
The WolfPack had to come from behind to defend their home turf as the Rustler got rolling in the first half and led by a 31-21 margin in the third quarter following a kickoff return for a touchdown. But in back to back plays, Logan Jones answered and returned his own kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown and the WolfPack went on to score the games final 28 points to win 49-31 and move to 2-0 on the season.

Game #1 (1-0) - Friday, August 29th @ Billings West Bears-
The WolfPack opened on the road with a decisive 31-7 victory over the Billings West Golden Bears. Josh Hill led a suffocating defensive effort and Logan Jones led the offense with 8 catches for 109 yards and 1 TD and 6 rushes for 64 yards.