Top prep sports moments of 2013

Here’s a look at my top moments from 2013 (In no particular order because that would be impossible). For my column on the past year, click here.

Jackson vs. Curtis in the 4A state championship

Arlington-Lake Stevens state semifinal basketball game

Rebecca Wright’s walk-off HR to send Meadowdale softball team to state semifinals

Arlington wins 4A state softball title

Meadowdale football battles Eastside Catholic in state quarterfinals

Jackson’s Brian Zehr sends T-Wolves to MaxPreps Holiday Classic with last second 3-pointer

Amy-Eloise Neale who? Glacier Peak cross country wins state after star runner graduates

Kamiak’s Nate McCarty upgrades school baseball field with his make-a-wish

Lake Stevens wrestling takes home fifth state title in seven years

Archbishop Murphy boys swim wins a state championship

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