Knights Dominate Wildcats On Senior NightProspect 49 - 15 Wheeling
Sarah Skaggs (top left), Jolene Neuhalfen (top right), Olivia Accardi (bottom left) and Ellen Sherwood (bottom right), the only four seniors on the team, were honored with their parents on senior night.
"It was memorable ... it was good to play with all the seniors for one of the last times," Accardi said.
The Knights defense held Wheeling to just 15 points, the least points the Wildcats scored in a game all season. Prospect had five steals, two blocks, and drew a charge. According to Accardi, Prospect switched to a 2-3 defense to shut down the good outside shooters they knew Wheeling had.
Sophomore Andie Will puts in a fast-break layup. She was 3-5 with seven points, four rebounds, four assists, a steal and a block.
Sophomore Summer Srodulski was also 3 for 5 on field goals with seven points, one of which was the free throw she was shooting here.
Sophomore Eliot Dojutrek drives to the basket. She finished the game with seven points and was the only non-senior to start.
The seniors combined for 23 points. Accardi led the four seniors and the team as a whole with ten points, six of those off of three-point shots, and also contributed three assists.
The team is looking towards their game with Rolling Meadows on Feb. 6 at Prospect High School to try and pick up another MSL East win.