New Life Academy, a top-ten ranked Class A team, gave Spectrum a 21-0 drubbing on Saturday at Spectrum.
The Eagles (16-3) scored 12 runs in the first inning on five hits, four walks, two hit batters and two errors, off Luke Nolden and Christian Rieck.
“New Life is a great team and when your pitching runs out, it makes it tough to compete,” said Kurt Remick, Sting coach.
Bryce McConville, eighth-grader, made his varsity debut pitching, giving up nine runs (five earned) in four innings.
“He did a great job the last four innings to help save some varsity arms for next week,” said Remick.
Nolden and Ryan Pribnow were each 2-for-2 at the plate.
The Sting will host Minneapolis North on Tuesday.