La Grange Park neighbors turn rivals for a day

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Nazareth sophomore girls volleyball coach Sue Keck, the club director for Western Springs-based 1st Alliance/Lions Jrs., originally told me about Benet’s Sheila Doyle and Nazareth’s Emily Milligan living across the street from each other in La Grange Park. I circled my calendar for Sept. 8 for when the two East Suburban Catholic Conference rivals would finally meet at Nazareth.

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