Spectrum Snow Week: Sting girls win, boys lose, dancers perform, royalty introduced
Sting freshman Zach Knollenberg launched a three-pointer. He made five but the Sting lost to Cambridge Christian 77-62. (Photo by Bruce Strand)
Snow Week at Spectrum High School concluded with a basketball doubleheader on Friday evening that included a dance team performance and introduction of royalty at halftime of both games.
The Sting girls beat Cambridge Christian 53-42 with senior guard Shelby Eden netting 16 points and junior guard Rachel Stevenson 15. Eden made four 3-pointers. Senior center Beca Gleason and freshman guard Noelle Diekman added 6 each for the Sting (9-12).
Spectrum’s Becca Schultz (14) guarded Cambridge Christian’ Kellie Pederson.. (Photo by Bruce Strand)
The Sting boys lost to Cambridge Christian 77-62. Peter Maring led the Warriors with 22 points. Senior forward Andy Fellner and freshman guard Zach Knollenberg each scored 19 for Spectrum (5-15) with Knollenberg sinking five 3-pointers. Junior center Niki Mayer added 12 points.
The Sting girls’ next game will be Monday against FAIR Charter in Crystal. The Sting boys will host Mayer Lutheran on Tuesday.
The Spectrum Dance Team high-kicked during their halftime show. (Photo by Bruce Strand)
Noelle Dieman yanked the ball away from a Cambridge Christian player. The Sting won 53-42. (Photo by Bruce Strand)
Andy Fellner drove the baseline for two of his 19 points. (Photo by Bruce Strand)
The Spectrum royalty (right to left) were freshman Ryan Killeen and Courtney Martindale, sophomores Ted Cullen and Lauren Carlson, juniors Joel Galvin and Haley Hagen, and senior king and queen Christopher Jensen and Tori Hays. (Photo by Bruce Strand)
Senior queen Tori Hays and senior king Christopher Jensen headed the royalty introduced at halftime.
The Spectrum Dance Team entertained at halftime of the boys game. (Photo by Bruce Strand)