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I don’t know whether to say championship weekend is finally here or championship weekend is already here. Either way, Montana’s five football champions will be crowned by the end of this weekend.

Class AA will get the action started first, with undefeated Kalispell Glacier hosting Great Falls CMR on Friday.

The rest of the games Dillon at Butte Central, Townsend at Huntley Project, Chinook at Wibaux and Westby Grenora at Geraldine Highwood will kick off Saturday afternoon.

The home teams appear to be slight favorites, but it wouldn’t be a surprise to see a couple road teams celebrating on their opponents’ fields.

CMR was the only team to give Glacier any trouble during the regular season,
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Glacier will run the ball, too, but the Wolfpack are a little more balanced offensively. Brady McChesney is arguably the best quarterback in the class, and he has a lot of different options in the passing game. Glacier has scored 40 or more points in nine of 12 games this season.

Butte Central won the regular season meeting between the two teams and was the most impressively consistent Class A team all season. The Maroons steamrolled Whitefish in last weekend’s semifinal game,
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Dillon beat Billings Central last week to advance to its fourth consecutive championship game. Ferris passed for two touchdowns and ran for another in last week’s win,
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The pick: Butte Central 28, Dillon 27

Class B

Don’t expect many points when Townsend and Huntley Project tangle, as the teams boast two of the top defenses in Class B. The Red Devils did a solid job containing Bigfork’s Josh Sandry last week,
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