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Kalispell Glacier Wolfpack executing well leading up to opening night

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Posted at 12:06 AM, Aug 18, 2019
and last updated 2019-08-18 20:18:54-04

MISSOULA — The Kalispell Glacier Wolfpack haven't been as dominant on the football the past few years. Two years ago they started 0-5 and won four straight games but still missed the playoffs.

In 2018 they started 1-4 before rattling off four straight to end the season to squeeze into the playoffs.

Head coach Grady Bennett says on top of the rare depth that this 2019 squad has, the execution in the first week has been something new he hasn't seen in a couple seasons.

Some of the seniors who add depth and experience will attempt to carry momentum from the end of the 2018 season over to this year.

"Hopefully, yeah, that's the goal. You know, just kind of pick up where we left off and kind of keep rolling and keep getting better from there. You know, it's your last year, so you definitely want to leave it all out there, but I try and not think about it too much and just kind of play," said wide receiver Drew Deck.

"I'm looking forward to playing Flathead, for sure, but I'm just excited to play with all my brothers. I've been playing with them for years, so I'm excited to see it come to an end," said right tackle Brooks Michaels.