Brothers in opposite roles at Hinsdale South camp

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Former Hinsdale South three-sport athlete D.J. Deolitsis poses with his younger brother Drew at this week’s youth baseball camp conducted by Hornets baseball coach Paul Hoel. D.J. was the starting quarterback for Hinsdale South last summer and is a coach/instructor at the baseball camp this summer. Drew, 9, a fourth grader in Darien, is one of nearly 40 camp participants ranging from first to fourth grade.

D.J. will attend Indiana University this fall and plans on majoring in biology. At graduation, he was named the senior male athlete of the year at Hinsdale South after starting at quarterback, a guard in basketball and as the left fielder-leadoff hitter for the baseball team. Emma Adcock, a state qualifier in tennis and badminton, was the state singles runner-up in badminton.

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