Stewart F. House - Special Contributor While games are won and lost on the field, tons of action and game-changing decisions are made on the sidelines. We look back at 10 stories and moments that highlight the biggest players and events of the 2013 calendar year.
Cheerleaders perform during a pep rally at Prosper High School, Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013. The school recorded its student interactive video "Prosper Rumble" for Youtube.
Mike Stone - Special Contributor Mesquite Poteet cheerleaders lead the team onto the field before the start of their high school football game against Arlington Seguin in Mesquite, Texas, Friday, September 6, 2013.
Emily Whitzel - neighborsgo contributor The Woodrow Wilson High School cheerleaders pose for a photo during the WWHS 8th anniversary event in April.
Brad Loper - Staff Photographer Poteet, which saw its season end in the 4A quarterfinals for the second season in a row did not get to celebrate a return to the semifinals and have a rematch with Aledo. (Pictured: Mesquite Poteet freshman cheerleader Katie Reese)
Stewart F. House - Special Contributor Allen High School cheerleader Brianna Beacham leads the football team onto the field before their contest with Cedar Hill High School at Eagle Stadium in Allen on Friday night, September 6, 2013. (Stewart F. House/Special Contributor)
John F. Rhodes - Special Contributor 10 - The lowest ranking team of the automatic qualifiers is the Allen Eagles run-through. Perhaps the fans didn't come out to the polls right away during the opening round of votes, but it is now the chance for Allen to soar in the bracket.
Members of the South Oak Cliff Golden Bears varsity cheerleading squad cheer for their team during second quarter action of their game against Mansfield Summit. The two teams played at Sprague Athletic Complex in Dallas on September 7, 2012.
Mark M. Hancock - Special Contributor Flower Mound Marcus junior cheerleader Ivy Cole applies lipstick on junior Rachel Alsmiller before a game against Plano West at Marauder Stadium on Aug. 30.
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