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A grand slam helped the Spectrum Sting softball team open with a 6-5 win at St. Paul Humboldt on Wednesday. The Sting were down 5-2 going into the top of the 7th inning. After the first three Spectrum batters walked, loading the bases, seventh grade catcher Megan Averill hit a home run, her first va...Read More
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STING GIRLS BASKETBALL Record — 7-20 All-conference — Not in a conference Team awards — MVP: Brynn Bozich (jr G)… Most improved: Lorna Bechtel (so G) … Sting award: Noelle Diekman (jr C) Team leaders — Scoring: Bozich 11.9, Diekman 9.3, Rachel Goldsmith 7.3, Kassidy Robbins 5.8, Macie Bu...Read More
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  by Bruce Strand, Sports Editor The Star News area’s 1,000-Point Club expanded by three this winter: Rogers senior Cole Murray, Elk River junior Abi Scheid and Spectrum junior Jake Knollenberg. Scheid went over 1,000 early in the season and moved past five former Elk stars into second place ...Read More
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The Spectrum boys lost their playoff opener to St. Cloud Cathedral 79-42 on Thursday, Feb. 26, and finished the season 13-14. Zach Knollenberg led the Sting with 13 points. “I am proud of the way our team performed this season,”  said coach Mark Prepeluh. “We had some really good ...Read More
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by Bruce Strand, Sports Editor Nick Kopp is not just a big brother of two other Elk River swimmers; he serves in that capacity for this whole championship team, as a six-year veteran, standout performer and respected leader. “The kids vote on the captains,” coach Denise Green said. “It’s not...Read More
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The Spectrum Sting lost to the Breck Royals 56-44 at home Monday evening. Brynn Bozich tallied 18 points for the Sting (7-18) and Noelle Diekman was next with eight. For Breck (7-15), Cecily Hibbs scored 15, Raven DuBois 14 and Sophie O’Breyen 14....Read More
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The Spectrum Sting lost to Mounds Park Academy 59-51 in overtime on Thursday evening. Regulation time ended 48-48 as the Sting had the ball the last 15 seconds but couldn’t get a shot off. MPA made seven free throws and outscored the Sting 11-3 in overtime. Morgan Emmons notched 26 points and ...Read More
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