In this week’s Beyond the Scoreboard Aaron Walling brings us the Top 10 moments of 2018

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Tonight in a very special edition of "Beyond the Scoreboard" Aaron Walling takes us back to the top sports moments of 2018.
In number 10, we have Tyra Do eclipsing a 1,000 points for her career at Lathrop High School.
Despite her squad falling to the West Valley Wolfpack, this was Do's night as she finished 16 in the game that saw her family, friends and Lathrop all celebrate the senior.
Number 9:
Up next is a moment that you have to see to believe, which is the Monroe Catholic girls swimming relay team.
They showed up to the Region Six Swimming and Diving Championships with no qualifying time in the 200 yard medley relay.
But that all changed as they overcame the top seeded West Valley Wolfpack to sang a spot for the Alaska State Championships for swimming.
Number 8:
We stay with the Monroe Catholic Rams, as a former football player named Alex Van Whye hung up the football cleats to put on the ice skates just so the Rams could sport a hockey team.
And yes, Van Whye did have to learn how to skate right before the season started.
Number 7:
We head back to the pool, this time following Noah Palmer of the Hutchison Hawks at the Region Six Conference finals.
Palmer helped the Hawks grab gold in the boys' 200 yard medley relay, and won the 200 yard IM, the 500 yard freestyle and he claimed the top spot in the 500 for the state championships.
Number 6:
We now head to the wrestling mats, as Bradley Antesberger takes the sixth spot.
He completed a perfect season in his last year with the North Pole Patriots, taking the 189 thanks to 7-5 decision in the finals.
Number 5:
We stay at the state wrestling tournament as Jeremy Bockert pulled a huge upset in the 103 title match against the undefeated Adam Concepcion from the South Anchorage Wolverines.
Bockert stood tall as the crowd went wild, with him grabbing the 9-2 decision victory.
Number 4:
Up next, we go back to the summer, where Kendall Kramer took on the Midnight Sun Run.
Kramer took on the field as a high schooler, and she did so by winning the whole thing.
She won the race at 38 minutes and 12 seconds.
Number 3:
In the top three, we start with the Eielson Ravens who won back their crown in football by battering the Barrow Whalers in the state title game.
The won the title 36-0 over Barrow, as Ryan Armour accounted for four touchdowns on the night, one for a blocked field goal return and three rushing TDs.
Number 2:
This was one of the greatest moments in West Valley Wolfpack history for football, as Avery Weston caught the game winner against the Service Cougars.
Weston corralled the catch with no time on the clock and fought off a defender to hit pay dirt.
Number 1:
And for the top moment for Interior athletics we have Bubba Machmeier.
Maschmeier suffered a burst appendix in 2017 cutting his junior season for the Lathrop Malemutes on the football field.
He had the life saving surgery and he returned to the field to have a great season, leading the Malemutes to the playoffs and earning all state honors.