Bozeman Football Trio Excited for Montana Tech Future
Bozeman senior running back Hunter Gappmayer takes his work ethic to Montana Tech next year. He says his high school program and future program are similar.
"They're day by day trying to get better to become champions and that's a lot what we're doing here so lot of it I see is kind of what our program is like," said Hunter Gappmayer.
"They understand how to win. Anytime you can take young men that have won a state championship and have been a part of that much success as they have it's great to bring that mentality into your college program," said Montana Tech head coach Chuck Morrell.
Cornerback Chris Johnson says Montana Tech had the hospitality for him on his visit.
"My host was awesome it's just a really welcoming place the tour I love the tour the campus Butte I feel like I'm going to learn to love the town they love their fans," said Chris Johnson.
"The coaches were really excited to have me there they seemed real interested in me I mean the new facilities is definitely a plus I mean Coach Morrell with his histories he's got a lot of career wins behind him," said Jack Hape.
Coach Morrell likes what he's getting in the Bozeman trio.
"They play hard the entire game I mean they get after it from the first quarter to the end of the game and I think that's what ultimately led to their success of winning the state championship," said Morrell.
"It's too great for words I mean having friends since middle school and elementary school coming with you continuing to play all those years," said Gappmayer.