cross country

Team awards and leaders for Spectrum fall sports have been announced, including MVP honors for Ben Maki in football, Meghan Hayes in volleyball, and Kayla Zimmerman and Becca Peterson on the girls cross country team that placed eighth in the state.  quarterback Ben Maki was named MVP of the Spectrum football team while sophomore Shane [...]

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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor The Spectrum Sting girls placed eighth, middle of the pack, at the state cross country meet Saturday, a jump of five places from last year. Kayla Zimmerman, a senior, led the Sting, placing 37th in Class A with a time of 15: 44.9 at St. Olaf College in Northfield. [...]

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  by Bruce Strand, Sports editor The Spectrum girls cross country team will run at state for the second straight year after placing second behind Annandale on Thursday in Section 5A. They’ll have a boy teammate with them this time as eighth-grader Zack Anderson became the first Sting male to qualify for state. The Sting [...]

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The Spectrum girls were runners-up and the boys placed fourth in their five-team conference meet on Thursday at Bassett Creek Park in Crystal. Trinity at River Ridge, ranked No. 4 in Class A, edged the Sting girls 36 to 40, followed by Math and Science Academy  57, St. Croix Prep 97 and Maranatha Christian 136. [...]

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  The Spectrum girls placed second among 28 teams in the Class A race at the Milaca Mega Meet on Saturday. Trinity at River Ridge had four of the top nine runners and won handily with 55 points, with Spectrum next at 124 and Benson-Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg third with 184. Eighth-grader Elizabeth Hackbarth led the Sting, placing [...]

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The Spectrum girls had the top three runners and decisively won the nine-team Rockford Invitational on Thursday. The Sting boys placed eighth. Sting senior Kayla Zimmerman won in 16:15 with senior Rebecca Peterson second (16:20) and 8th-grader Elizabeth Hackbarth third (16:21). The Sting were way in front with 26 points while Becker was next at [...]

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