Devils look to Pack the Place for homecoming week

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Dominique Millette and the rest of her Hinsdale Central teammates will hold a Pack-the-Place night for their nonconference match at 6 p.m. Wednesday against St. Ignatius.

The Wolfpack were ranked No. 4 in the preseason Top Ten by the Chicago Sun-Times and feature three Division I players in Hinsdale resident and setter Sophia Dodd (Wake Forest), outside hitter Camille Evans (Connecticut) and middle hitter Casey Harris (Illinois-Chicago).

The Devils are led by Virginia-bound setter Meghan McDowell.

The Pack-the Place festivities are part of homecoming week for Hinsdale Central. The school’s student council will hold a raffle during the match and T-shirts and other prizes will be distributed.

Dominique Millette | Curtis Lehmkuhl~Sun-Times Media

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