Hinsdale Central Wins State Golf Title, Former D181 Admin Speaks Out: Week in Review

Patch looks back at five of the most read stories from the week fo Oct. 15 to Oct. 19.

1. Boys Golf: Hinsdale Central Wins State Title at Rain-Shortened Tourney: It is the first team title for the Red Devils since 1960, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

2. Former D181 Admin on Transition Year: 'Our Children Deserve Better Than This': Warren Shillingburg, a Hinsdale resident and former District 181 administrator, expressed reservations about the district's curriculum overhaul in a letter sent to the District 181 Board of Education.

3. Clarendon Hills Train Station Clerk Celebrates 55 Years with Railroad: Linda Peterson, who started working for the railroad at age 18 on Oct. 23, 1957, says she loves her job and customers in Clarendon Hills.

4. Hinsdale Central Pair Going for Historic State Title 3-Peat: The doubles team of Marika Cusick and Caroline Lorenzini is, for the second straight year, the No. 1 seed in the IHSA girls tennis state tournament that begins Thursday morning.

5. Football: Hinsdale Central Gets Senior Night Win Over Gritty Dukes: The Red Devils head into the postseason with a 7-2 record, but didn't sound satisfied with their play in Friday's season finale.

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