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The Spectrum football team won a wild one 62-32 over St. Paul Academy, their first victory after six losses, on Friday at home.   Shane Herrlin carried the ball 19 times for 202 yards and three touchdowns, including a 64-yard run.   Quarterback Ben Maki carried six times for 109 yards incl...Read More
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The Spectrum girls placed third and the boys fifth in their conference meet, which combines schools from the MCAA and MSCS conferences, on Thursday, Oct. 9, at Bassett Creek Park in Crystal.   Trinity at River Ridge won both championships.   Spectrum had three girls make all-conference, El...Read More
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Spectrum girls soccer scored first but lost its Section 5A playoff opener to Legacy Christian Academy 3-1 on Tuesday in Fridley. The Sting went into the game with high hopes, having tied the Cougars in the regular season.  Each team had multiple chances on net. It was 0-0 at halftime. Lorna Bechtel...Read More
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The Spectrum Sting defeated Calvin Christian 25-19, 25-19, 25-10 on Monday in Fridley, improving to 17-7 for the season.   Ellie Rogers served five aces, Meghan Hays four and Lexi Reese three. Hays also led with eight kills, with Rachel Neiss adding six and Molly Mitchell five. osty Dalla Valen...Read More
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The Spectrum Sting lost to Minnehaha Academy 37-6 on Friday at Hamline University, falling to 0-6. The Sting had a brief lead when quarterback Ben Maki scored on an 18-yard run in the first quarter. Minnehaha Academy’s Xavier Ray scored on runs of 56 and 64 yards. Matthew Anfinson threw two to...Read More
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The Spectrum volleyball team defeated FAIR of Minneapolis 25-14, 25-6, 25-13 on Parents Night on Monday evening, then lost to Mound-Westonka 25-11, 25-12, 25-22 on Tuesday. The Sting (15-7) got aces on 26 serves against FAIR, led by Lauren Gillquist and Meghan Hays with six each. Hays also had six o...Read More
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The Spectrum Sting won 6-0 over North Lakes Academy with Olivia Rice notching two goals and Lorna Bechtel, Sierra Anderson, Emily O’Connell and Megan McCarty one each Saturday in Forest Lake. Providing assists were Anderson, O’Connell, Maddie Bursch and Makayla Morrell. The Sting are 5-7...Read More
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