HUMPHREY – When you’re in rhythm, you know it, and Riverside sophomore Tredyn Prososki felt he was in rhythm early.
“When our offense starts running, it gets good looks if we run it,” Prososki said after his 37-point performance in Riverside’s 67-50 win over Humphrey St. Francis. “We settled in, found our offense and I kept getting good looks.”
Prososki hit seven three-pointers in the first half and nine for the game. He also added seven rebounds.
His coach, Joe Imus, said getting off to a fast start was their goal.
“We said ‘Let’s go out, play under control and do our jobs,'” Imus said. “All those guys did a good job executing our offense.”
Riverside will try to stay unbeaten on the road on Saturday against Elgin Public/Pope John.