Softball: Sting tops Brooklyn Center 10-6 in first-ever game

Spectrum Sting softball won the first game of its new solo program 10-6 over Brooklyn Center there on Saturday.

Meghan Schroeder pitched the distance, striking out 13 batters, and went 4-for-5 at the plate. Kassi Robbins was also 4-for-5.

“Saturday went well. Defensively they looked good,” said coach Brianne Reudy. “Batting looked excellent. The girls timed the pitcher well … Everyone got on base at least once.”

Schroeder, the player on the team with the most experience, showed a “wicked pitch,” the coach said.

Spectrum will play Ag and Science Academy on Monday in Vadnais Heights.