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The Year in Sports Photos: 2013
A look back at the year pictures
The past 12 months were filled with countless eye-catching moments and action-packed accomplishments involving athletes and teams from the Flathead Valley, from preps to professionals and everyone in between.


Whitefish junior Marlow Schulz defended her three sprint titles at the state track meet.
Lido Vizzutti | Flathead Beacon


Senior Mark Hader (19) celebrates alongside teammates after Columbia Falls defeated Polson 42-5 to win the conference title and finish the regular season undefeated for the first time since 1976.
Greg Lindstrom | Flathead Beacon


Emiliano Zell, center, loses his balance while wading through mud at the start of the Montana Spartan Race in Bigfork. More than 4,000 competitors completed the obstacle course.
Lido Vizzutti | Flathead Beacon


Glacier's Hannah Liss (2) and Hannah Atlee (28) celebrate a point in the third game of the crosstown match against Flathead High School Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2013. The Wolfpack was undefeated in conference play, and finished with its best overall regular-season record of 21-3.
Greg Lindstrom | Flathead Beacon


Glacier High School’s Noah James, Brady McChesney and Evan Epperly were instrumental in leading the Wolfpack to the best season in program history.
Greg Lindstrom | Flathead Beacon

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