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Football runs through Meadows

October 6, 2010

By Alyssa Zediker Staff Writer Prospect’s varsity football team has once again beat Rolling Meadows at their homecoming game on Oct. 1, with a score of 40-7. Even though this was Rolling Meadows' Homecoming game, Prospect did not, in any way, change their style of play. “We took it as any other ga...

Knights battle York only to fall in second half

September 1, 2010

By Nick Stanojevic Executive Sports Editor A hot start and a 14-7 lead at halftime was not enough for the Knights to pick up a win last Friday against York in the season opener, eventually falling 34-21. In the second half, with the absence of senior running back Peter Bonahoom (13 carries, 121 yards), w...

Season ends after loss to Wheaton North

November 8, 2009

By Neel Thakkar Associate Editor-in-Chief On paper, the Knights should have beaten Wheaton North handily - they had more passing yards (339 to 148), more first downs (26 to 17), a supportive home crowd and a defense energized by the previous week's effort against Carmel (holding them to 13 points).  Bu...

Defensive turnaround huge in playoff win

October 30, 2009

By Neel Thakkar Associate Editor-in-Chief After last week's 38-46 loss against Rolling Meadows, Prospect head coach Brent Pearlman was able to sum up his team's troubles in one word. "Defense," Pearlman said. “I think we’ve been close with the defense all year,” he added a few days later.  “...

Prospect rolls past Wheeling

October 17, 2009

By Neel Thakkar Associate Editor-in-Chief Entering the season, there was one definite star on Prospect's football team—senior quarterback Miles Osei.  In the past few weeks, however, the spotlight has grown to include junior Peter Bonahoom as well, whose record-breaking 355-yard performance last week a...

Prospect runs over Elk Grove

October 10, 2009

By Neel Thakkar Associate Editor-in-Chief Following his team's 33-26 win against Elk Grove (4-3 overall), Prospect (6-1 overall) head coach Brent Pearlman said, in a classic understatement, that his team "made a decision during the week ... to come out and run the football." Mission accomplished. Read M...

Defense steps up in 40-0 shutout of Hersey

October 4, 2009

By Neel Thakkar Associate Editor-in-Chief As expected, Prospect's offense delivered against Hersey, putting up 40 points, but it was the Knights' defense that was the story on this rainy, muddy Friday night in Arlington Heights. After allowing their last two opponents—Barrington and Buffalo Grove—to ...

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