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updated: 10/21/2013 11:12 PM

Prospect cheers for state champion golfers

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  • Video: Pep rally for Prospect girls golf team

  • Prospect girls varsity golf team members Isabella Flack, left, and Ally Scaccia, center, are congratulated by assistant boys football coach Tim Beishir just before a pep rally celebrating the team's second state championship in three seasons.

       Prospect girls varsity golf team members Isabella Flack, left, and Ally Scaccia, center, are congratulated by assistant boys football coach Tim Beishir just before a pep rally celebrating the team's second state championship in three seasons.
    photos by Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

  • Prospect girls golf head coach Jim Hamann, right, introduces the members of his state championship team. The girls were honored during a pep rally Monday at Jean Walker Field House on the campus of Prospect High School.

       Prospect girls golf head coach Jim Hamann, right, introduces the members of his state championship team. The girls were honored during a pep rally Monday at Jean Walker Field House on the campus of Prospect High School.
    Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report

Prospect High School held a pep rally Monday afternoon to celebrate the girls varsity golf team, which won the state championship this past weekend.

The girls rode golf carts into the Jean Walker Field House to the applause of the student body at the Mount Prospect school.

On Saturday night, the team brought home its second state title in three seasons after winning the Class AA crown at the Hickory Point Golf Club in Decatur.

Prospect topped runner-up Loyola by 9 strokes to win the championship, which is only the second for the school by a girls sports team. Seniors Kiley Walsh, Ally Scaccia and Noreen Caporusso led the squad in the state tournament. Walsh finished tied for fifth, Scaccia was seventh and Caporusso eighth individually.

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