Pack edged by Mount Spokane

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  • Glacier wide receiver Drew Deck (5) makes a diving reception in the third quarter against Mount Spokane at Legends Stadium on Friday. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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    Glacier defenders Henry Nuce (57) and Justin Olson (53) force a fumble from Mount Spokane running back Connor Marll (3) in the second quarter at Legends Stadium on Friday. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

  • Glacier wide receiver Drew Deck (5) makes a diving reception in the third quarter against Mount Spokane at Legends Stadium on Friday. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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    Glacier defenders Henry Nuce (57) and Justin Olson (53) force a fumble from Mount Spokane running back Connor Marll (3) in the second quarter at Legends Stadium on Friday. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

It came down to the wire for the Glacier Wolfpack at Legends Stadium on Friday night against tough Class AA nonconference opponent Mount Spokane,

The Wolfpack lost 38-35 in a nail-biting affair.

Leading 20-17 at the half, Glacier (1-1) gave up 21 points in the third quarter.

“I was really proud of our teams fight,” Glacier coach Grady Bennett said. “We knew Mount Spokane was a great team. We just asked our guys to compete and fight hard. We wanted to our selves a chance to compete in the 4th. Then we scored to go up 27 -14 and then they ripped 3 straight TDs.”

Runningback Kannon Katzer torched the Wolfpack for 255 yards and four touchdowns.

Bennett called Katzer’s performance “outstanding.”

“We moved the ball, Bennett said. “We did things on offense but a couple of plays by him (Katzer) were the difference.”

Spokane 14 3 21 0 — 38

Glacier 10 10 7 8 — 35

MTS — Kannon Katzer 5 run (Ethan Moczulski kick)

G — JT Allen 1 run (Patrick Rohrback kick)

MTS — Katzer 15 run (Moczulski kick)

G — Rohrbach 21 field goal

G — Drew Deck 16 pass from Allen (Rohrbach kick)

G — Rohrbach 22 field goal

MTS — Moczulski 20 field goal

G — Allen 12 run (Rorhbach kick)

MTS — Katzer 98 run (Moczulski kick)

MTS — Katzer 1 run (Moczulski kick)

MTS — Katzer 1 run (Moczulski kick)

G — Luke Bilau 15 pass from Allen (Deck 2 point conversion)

Team Stats

M G

First downs 17 34

Rushing 41-310 42-194

Passing 4-9-0-110 24-38-2-262

Total offense 420 456

Fumbles-lost 4-3 1-1

Penalties 25-235 7-64

Punts 1-32 0-0

Billings West 48,

Flathead 7

BILLINGS — The Flathead Braves’ tough start to the season continued with a loss to Billings West in a rematch of last year’s AA title game.

Chance Sheldon-Allen scored Flathead’s only touchdown, a 39-yard pass from quarterback Cooper Smith.

“We just need to get better,” Braves coach Matt Upham said. “Got a lot of ways to improve and it starts with me first.”

W— Connor Ryan 46 pass from Josh Erbacher (Spencer Berger kick)

W — Ryan 64 pass from Erbacher (Berger kick)

W — Taco Dowler 49 run (Berger kick)

W — Ryan 41 pass from Erbacher (Berger kick)

W — Erbacher 78 run (Berger kick no good)

W — Michael DeLeon 8 run (Berger kick)

W — Hayes Rohloff 2 run (Berger kick)

F — Chance Sheldon-Allen 39 pass from Cooper Smith (Eric Gardner kick)

Team stats

W F

First downs 13 9

Rushing 30-232 38-53

Passing 13-15-0-240 7-12-0-53

Total offense 472 147

Fumbles-lost 1-1 3-2

Penalties 7-63 3-15

Punts 4-27 7-34

Eureka 49, Townsend 14

EUREKA — Eureka scored seven touchdowns in a romp over Townsend.

Hank Dunn scored two rushing TDs and booted in five extra points. He also threw three passes that found their way to the end zone.

Townsend 0 0 0 14 — 14

Eureka 7 29 13 0 — 49

E — Chet McCully 4 run (Hank Dunn kick)

E — AJ Pacella 21 pass from Dunn (Dunn kick)

E — McCully 25 pass from Dunn (Joey Kindel 2 point conversion)

E — Cory Chaney 22 pass from Dunn (Dunn kick)

E — Dunn 2 run (Dunn kick)

E — Dunn 5 run (Dunn kick)

E — McCully 13 run (Dunn kick no good)

T — Braden Racht 5 pass from Trey Hoveland (Nate Hill kick)

T — B. Racht 43 pass from Ryan Racht (Hill kick)

Team Stats

T E

First downs 7 19

Rushing 19-90 36-186

Passing 5-111 8-135

Total offense 201 3 21

Fumbles-lost 3-3 1-1

Penalties 4-30 1-10

Punts 3-28.3 3-29.0

Whitefish 28, Polson 15

WHITEFISH — Devon Beale ran for two touchdowns as the Whitefish Bulldogs beat the Polson Pirates by 13 points.

The Bulldogs are 1-1 on the season.

Polson 0 2 6 7 — 15

Whitefish 14 0 7 7 — 28

W — Devon Beale 63 run (Carlitos Bertleson kick)

W — Beale 11 run (Bertleson kick)

P — Safety, errant snap on punt

P — 28 yard fumble return

W — Zach Veneman 9 run (Bertleson kick)

W — Jasxen Schlauch 10 pass from Fynn Ridgeway (Bertleson)

P — 37 pass from Bo Kelley

Complete stats for Polson were not available.

Team Stats

P W

First downs 12 31

Rushing 20-43 40-343

Passing 9-28-116 9-20-125

Total offense 159 468

Fumbles 1-0 1-1

Penalties 3-35 9-115

Punts NA

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