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  Spokane Wolfpack (2009 - Present)

2009 Wolfpack Team Photo

Years of Operation: 2009

 

Overall Record:  11-9

 

First Game: Apr 4, 2009 @ Columbia Basin Riverhawks

 

First Win: Apr 4, 2009 @ Columbia Basin Riverhawks

 

Final Game:

 

League Affiliation:  

Washington Football League (2009)

 

 

Team Headquarters: Spokane, Washington

Owner: Eugene Burgess

 

General Manager: Andrea Vessey

 

Coaches: Eugene Burgess, Jim Nendel, Dave Cove, Joseph Mitchell, Tyler Brett

 

Home Field(s):

Titles Won

None

 

 

 

 

 

Honors

 

All-League

Travis Holbrook - 2009 WFL 1st Team, GNFA 2nd Team

Josh Queen - 2009 WFL 1st Team, GNFA 2nd Team

Casey Lawrence - 2009 WFL 1st Team, GNFA 1st Team

Andre Cummings - 2009 WFL 1st Team, GNFA 2nd Team

Eddie Stone - 2009 WFL 2nd Team, GNFA Hon Men

DeAngelo Pruitt - 2009 WFL 2nd Team, GNFA Hon Men

Josh Thorne - 2009 WFL Hon Men

Jake Pinkerton - 2009 WFL Hon Men, GNFA Hon Men

Dustin Clark - 2009 WFL Hon Men

Daniel Mallory - 2009 GNFA 1st Team

 

 


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The Wolfpack was born out of the merger of longtime rivals in the State Line Miners and Spokane SaberCats.  Almost immediately the Wolfpack became a force in the WFL and after a couple of stumbles, reached the first-ever WFL Championship losing a tight battle with the Rams 14-7.

 

Looking to build on the WFL Championship game run of 2009 the Wolfpack looked shaky in an early game losing to the Thunder, but came back to dispatch the Riverhawks and Shockers.  Back-to-back losses to the Rams and Commandos set a theme in the WFL as teams played round robin winning against each other and it wasn't until the final week that Spokane earned enough points for a #4 seed in the WFL playoffs.  The game would be a rematch from the season finale and Spokane battled the Hurricanes for 4 quarters unable to score in the second half of a 13-19 playoff loss that sent Hermiston to the championship and Spokane home for the summer.

2009 Schedule/Results (6-4):

 
Apr 4 @ Columbia Basin Riverhawks 6-3
Apr 11 @ South Sound Shockers 0-16
Apr 18 - Wenatchee Rams 13-10
Apr 25 - Okanogan Commandos 6-7
May 2 - North Sound Stings 32-0
May 9 @ Yakima Mavericks 2-20
May 16 @ Hells Canyon Thunder 34-0
May 30 - Blue Mountain Stars 29-13
June 6 @ Yakima Mavericks * 19-13
June 13 @ Wenatchee Rams ** 7-14
   
2010 Schedule/Results (5-5):  
Mar 13 @ Hells Canyon Thunder 13-19
Mar 20 - Columbia Basin Riverhawks 12-5
Mar 27 - South Sound Shockers 34-15
Apr 3 @ Wenatchee Rams 14-19
Apr 10 @ Okanogan Commandos 7-10
Apr 24 @ North Sound Sting 43-13
May 1 - Yakima Mavericks 12-6
May 8 - Palouse Thunder 40-0
May 22 @ Hermiston Hurricanes 14-25
June 5 @ Hermiston Hurricanes * 13-19
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
* WFL Playoffs  
** WFL Championship  
   

 

 

 

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