Glacier Wolfpack fans are riding high on hope tonight. It's the Pack's first ever time in the championship.
Kalispell fans loaded up early to make sure they were in their seats in time for kickoff.
Glacier has been close before, but never this close. Last year they played Bozeman in the semi-finals and lost.
Fans we spoke with today are feeling confident that the Wolfpack can get it done this time.
"This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for these kids," said Band Director David Barr. "It's going to be great, you know, anytime you get to go to the highest level of any contest it's a great experience for everyone involved."
"I had to get off work to make this trip, so really excited, win or lose," said Dane Wilson, who’s son plays on the JV team.
It’s his first trip with the team supporters, and he’s excited to cheer on Glacier.
"I had to get off work to make this trip, so really excited, win or lose," Wilson said.
Students were excited to head out to Bozeman to cheer on their classmates.
"I'm pretty sure we're just going to get pumped, make some new cheers, and just go rally up," said Glacier High student Natalie Krueger.