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Spectrum won its baseball opener 13-11 at Brooklyn Center on Saturday, overcoming seven errors with a 16-hit attack. Joey Chaffin was 3-for-4 with three RBI, Thomas Ogren 3-for-4 with two RBI and two runs, Luke Nolden 3-for-5 with two runs, and Ryan Pribnow 2-for-5 with two runs and two steals. Tristen Rosby got the win, [...]

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by Bruce Strand, Sports editor The Spectrum baseball team managed a 7-6 record in its first year of operation last spring and the Sting hope to build on that in 2014. “Having a winning record was a big accomplishment for a first-year program that had 21 boys come out,” said coach Kurt Remick. “Our second [...]

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  Spectrum freshman Kelly Mitchell was a finalist in a national contest sponsored by Photographers Forum and Nikon, announced her teacher, Jessica Kemnitz. Her black-and-white portrait of classmate Corinna Siebsen was one of 700 entrants picked, from 16,600 students entering, for the 34th annual College and High School Photography Contest.   “Photography is a major [...]

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The Spectrum Sting girls’ best season ended with a 43-40 loss to a good Foley Falcons team in the first round of Section 5AA on Thursday evening in Foley. “We played about as good as we ever had. We could have won,” said coach Lenny Sedlock. “We lost to a very good team. Our girls [...]

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The Spectrum boys basketball team drew No. 1 seeded St. Cloud Cathedral for their section opener and were beaten 86-34 by the Crusaders on Friday evening in St. Cloud. Brindley Theisen scored 24 points and Brady Schmit 22 for the Crusaders (22-5), ranked No. 4 in Class 2A. Zach Knollenberg tallied 12 points, Ben Maki [...]

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