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A lesson from Orange Crush

September 11, 2012

Executive Sports Editor Aungelina Dahm attended Hersey's football game last Friday to learn a thing or two about how their student scetion, Orage Crush. Her column in this week's issue of the Prospector explained ways Prospect can increase school spirit. Dahm was inspired by Hersey, and you can be too...

2012 Football Preview

August 21, 2012

By Aungelina Dahm Executive Sports Editor |With the arrival of the new turf, there is now even more popularity heading towards the football team this season. Varsity coach Mike Sebestyen is more than ready to start the new school year off right. “I feel very confident in this group of kids in terms...

Knights take Mustangs in last seconds of Homecoming game

October 17, 2011

By Jack Mathews Executive Sports Editor Since the last minute loss to Elk Grove the Knights have known that they have to win the rest of their games if they want any chance of making the playoffs.  It was clearly evident in their style of play on Friday night when they beat rival Rolling Meadows in the f...

Knights put down the Huskies 35, 20

September 27, 2011

By Jack Mathews Executive Sports Editor After not scoring until two minutes remaining in their game the previous week, the Knights got off to a fast start Friday night when they beat the Huskies at Hersey in their first conference game of the season, 35-20. Prospect scored on their first possession of...

Knights hammers Hawks, 55-7

September 11, 2011

By Jack Mathews Executive Sports Editor It took three games but Prospect was finally able to find their offensive rhythm Friday night against Hoffman Estates in the Knight’s home opener.  With weather conditions that usually limit offense, the Knights were able to put up over three times the amount...

Neon Night this Friday

September 7, 2011

By Tess Bauer Online Editor For Tori Alesi, Friday means school's out for the weekend and it's time to get geared for Prospect's Friday night football. After the game this Friday, instead of going to Tortorice's like most upperclassmen usually do, she will head over to gyms one and two to help set up f...

Sebestyen made new head football coach

December 18, 2010

By Maggie Devereux Executive Sports Editor One of the very first gifts now-head football coach Mike Sebestyen received as a child was a tiny football. As the child of a head football coach, the sport was in his blood. “From the day I was born, football was around me,” Sebestyen said. ”As a kid, I...

Running into the playoffs

October 29, 2010

By Nick Stanojevic Executive Sports Editor After gaining 413 rushing yards last week against Buffalo Grove, the Prospect Knights (8-1) wrapped up their regular season with an eighth straight win and an outright MSL East championship by beating Buffalo Grove 28-0 (4-5). The running game was led by se...

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...

Tackling summer training

June 11, 2010

Most students spend their summer hanging out with friends and traveling throughout the country or even world. Students see it as a break from the school world, where they don't have to worry about any tests or completing any homework assignments. But for sophomore Austin Tixier, that isn't the case....

Pearlman to retire

February 12, 2010

By Neel Thakkar Associate Editor-in-Chief Eleven years ago, coach Brent Pearlman took command of a football program that often played second fiddle to the band on Friday nights. It would be difficult to blame the fans; the team, after all, had pieced together 11 victories in the previous nine yea...

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