Spectrum wrapups for volleyball, boys and girls soccer


Maddie Hayes, sophomore middle hitter, was named team MVP for the Sting.

Record —7-8 overall (not in conference)
Team awards — MVP: Maddie Hayes (so MH) … Most improved: Andrea Boe (so OH) … Spirit award: Ronni Selley (sr)
Team leaders — Kills; Jasmine Nelson 60, Sophie Herrling 38 … Aces: Rachel Neiss 74, Sadie Ehr 43, Meghan Hays 41, Maddie Hays 37, Jasmine Nelson 37 … Assists: Ellie Rogers 53 … Blocks: Molly Mitchell 11 … Serve receives: Herrlin 46, Meghan Hayes 44



Becca Schultz, who scored 19 goals in 15 games, and Laura Palmquist got the top team honors.

Team — 4-11 overall (not in conference)
Team awards — Offensive player: Becca Schultz (sr F) … Defensive player: Laura Palmquist (so D)
Team leaders — Goals: Schultz 19


Freshman midfielder Raymond Cisneros was MVP for the Sting, a paring with Big Lake.

Record — 0-5 conference, 5-11 overall
All-conference — Raymond Cisneros (fr M) … Honorable mention: Hugo Cantoran (sr GK-G)
Team awards — MVP: Cisneros … Offensive player: Vincente Cisneros (so F) … Defensive player: Kalvin Dieman (sr D) … Rookie: Ryan Swanson (fr)