West Suburban bowlers end regular season

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West Suburban Conference champion Downers Grove South won its third consecutive Head Pin tournament Monday night to end the regular season at Willowbrook Lanes.

Led by runner-up Audrey McCalebb’s six-game total of 1,199, the Mustangs came from behind to defeat Leyden in the unofficial conference tournament. DGS already clinched the conference title by going 8-0 in dual meets.

The sectionals for girls bowling will be held Saturday.

The all-conference selections were:

Addison Trail: Abbey Meinen, So.; Jessica Mueller, Jr.; Megan Smelter, So.

Downers South: Rianda Artis, Sr.; Taylor Czubernat, Jr.; Kara Haugh, Sr.; Audrey McCalebb, Fr.; Tracy Smith, Sr.

Hinsdale South: Katelyn Kiser, Sr.

Leyden: Reba Hall, So.; Ashley Kriston, Fr.; Erika Pimentel, So.; Danielle Trevino, Jr.

Morton: Ana Pina, Sr.; Bobbi Skenadore, Sr.

York: Cate Lawrence, Sr.; Morgan Pruitt, Sr.; Marisa Stallman, Sr.

The conference’s all-academic team is:

Downers North: Jill Matthies

Downers South: Rianda Artis, Jenn Felsecker, Tegan Gracey, Kara Haugh, Tracy Smith

Hinsdale South: Perla Magallanes, Katelyn Kiser

Leyden: Sara Danek, Sara Ruud

Morton: Keren Garcia, Nancy Huynh, Amanda Miranda, Laura Salazar, Bobbi Skenadore

Willowbrook: Elizabeth Kalal, Savannah Mahal

York: Cate Baker, Kelly Bourdage, Emily Davelis, Cate Lawrence, Morgan Pruitt, Genie Rizzo, Marissa Stallman, Kim Smaga

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