Hinsdale South bowling features plenty of seniors

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The senior class for Hinsdale South’s boys bowling team: Sebastian Rivera (from left), Nicholas Giese, Richie Kochanski, Chris Swon, Nick Gattuso, Bryce Sesemann, Brian Hamilton and David Hanson. Not pictured: Jared Werle.

Hindsale South held its Senior Night Monday after a dual meet against Immaculate Conception at Willowbrook Lanes. Six of the nine seniors honored are first-year bowlers.

“The returning bowlers did a good job of recruiting friends to come out,” Hornets coach Kraig Conyer said. “I also feel that many of the kids wanted to try a new experience during their senior year.”

The Hornets ended the regular season this week and host the Hinsdale South Regional at 9 a.m. Saturday at Willowbrook Lanes.

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