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updated: 3/11/2013 10:31 PM

Prospect gets past Wheeling

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  • Prospect's Nathanael Ginnodo, center, tries to get the ball from Wheeling's Dave Modlin, left, during MSL East play at Wheeling on Monday night.

       Prospect's Nathanael Ginnodo, center, tries to get the ball from Wheeling's Dave Modlin, left, during MSL East play at Wheeling on Monday night.
    Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

  • Prospect's Michael Morikado advances the ball action at Wheeling on Monday night.

       Prospect's Michael Morikado advances the ball action at Wheeling on Monday night.
    Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

  • Prospect's Carter Mau, left, tries to avoid Wheeling's Lukasz Szczepaniec, right, compete Monday at Wheeling.

       Prospect's Carter Mau, left, tries to avoid Wheeling's Lukasz Szczepaniec, right, compete Monday at Wheeling.
    Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

  • Prospect's Nathanael Ginnodo (dark cap) battles Wheeling's Lukas Szczepaniec, right, for control of the ball at Wheeling on Monday.

       Prospect's Nathanael Ginnodo (dark cap) battles Wheeling's Lukas Szczepaniec, right, for control of the ball at Wheeling on Monday.
    Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

  • Wheeling's Igor Drab, left, and goalie Noah Ihde, center, prepare for an incoming Prospect shot during MSL East play Monday at Wheeling.

       Wheeling's Igor Drab, left, and goalie Noah Ihde, center, prepare for an incoming Prospect shot during MSL East play Monday at Wheeling.
    Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

  • Prospect's Devin Checuga, left, and Wheeling's Kyle Noel battle for control of the ball on Monday at Wheeling.

       Prospect's Devin Checuga, left, and Wheeling's Kyle Noel battle for control of the ball on Monday at Wheeling.
    Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

 
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Prospect picked up what could be a key victory over one of the traditionally stronger boys water polo programs in the Mid-Suburban East topping Wheeling 11-8 on Monday.

Nathanael Ginnodo had 4 goals to lead the Knights (3-3, 1-1), and Cameron Mauer had 3.

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Mike Godley had 4 goals and Lukasz Szczepaniec 3 for Wheeling (0-6, 0-2).

Hersey d. Rolling Meadows: George Vladimirov scored 6 goals and Connor Reynolds had 5 to help the visiting Huskies to a 15-4 victory over Rolling Meadows in MSL East play.

Girls soccer

Brittany Reinhart assisted on Sarah Kozlowski's first-half goal and scored one herself with an assist from Jenna Eaker in the second half to help host Schaumburg past Bartlett 2-0 in a nonconference girls soccer season opener.

Tressa Palcheck made 2 saves in goal for the Saxons.

Girls water polo

Palatine got single goals from Caroline Wojtas, Rachel Chumbook, Bianca Castaneda and Ashley Theis, but Karrie Kokozar had 7 goals as the Mustangs rolled 17-4. Kim Butler made 13 saves in goal for the Pirates.

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