Shelby Eden scored 29 points as the Spectrum Sting almost pulled an upset at home Friday night but St. Agnes pulled it out 60-58. The Sting took a 56-52 lead late in the game. The Aggies surged back ahead 60-56 with a full-court press producing turnovers. Eden, senior guard averaging 14.5 points, made all 9 [...]
The Spectrum Sting lost to Cristo Rey Jesuit 55-46 at home Monday evening. Andy Feller scored 14 and Zach Knollenberg 9 for the Sting (1-5). Cristo Rey Jesuit, of Minneapolis, has a 4-1 mark. Spectrum will take on Kimball on Thursday evening at Kimball’s four-team tournament.
The Spectrum Sting beat Cristo Rey Jesuit of Minneapolis 57-16 at home Monday evening. Noelle Dieman and Rachel Stevenson led with 14 points each. Brynn Bozich added 9 and Shelby Eden and Rebecca Schultz 6 each. Molly Mitchell was top rebound and Rachel Goldsmith created several turnovers. The Sting are 3-4 and Cristo Rey Jesuit [...]
The Spectrum girls lost to Maple Lake 58-46 at home on Tuesday evening, with junior guard Rachel Stevenson scoring 20 points for the Sting. The outcome was a big improvement on last year when the Irish won easily. Maple Lake returns all but one starter and has a 3-0 record. Shelby Rachel hit 17 points [...]
The Spectrum Sting took a drubbing at Maple Lake on Tuesday evening, leasing 73-31 on the Irish court. Senior center Isaac Kotilla led the winners with 18 points. The Irish had a powerful front line and good 3-point shooting. Spectrum (1-1) will play at Maranatha Academy on Saturday, 1 p.m.
The Spectrum boys basketball team won their opener to North Lakes Academy 45-43 at home last Friday. Andy Fellner, senior captain, scored 19 points. Spectrum will play at Maple Lake on Tuesday.
The Spectrum Sting fell be behind 17-1 at Minneapolis Edison but made a game of it before falling to the Tommies 45-38 on Thursday evening in Minneapolis. The Sting (2-1) took a brief lead, 28-26, early in the second half. They missed a good chance to tie the game with less than a minute left, [...]
by Bruce Strand, Sports editor Minneapolis North won five state Class 3A girls basketball titles and was runner-up four other times between 1997 and 2009, while Spectrum High School didn’t exist until 2006 and didn’t have its own team and its own gym until last year. Times have changed rapidly at North. The Polars are [...]