Get to know: Senior Sidney Tindell

Senior Sidney Tindell has been on the varsity bowling team for the past four years and has an average score of 175 pins.


Sidney Tindell taking her turn to bowl.

Sidney Tindell is a senior on the varsity bowling team. For the last four years, Tindell has been one of the top bowlers on the team bowling an average series of 175 pins. Tindell is planning on attending Purdue University in the fall of 2022. She intends to major in chemistry, specifically to learn how chemistry reacts to different foods and how different reactions correlate. Even though she will not continue bowling in college, her future is bright. 

“I want to have full focus on my academics,” Tindell said. She plans to venture out and do a couple of different things and join different clubs throughout her college career. 

When Tindell was a freshman and looking for things to participate in, she and her friends were interested in bowling. To her and her friends, bowling was a way to spend time with each other and learn more about the in-depth techniques of the sport. She liked the idea that bowling is a sport because “It’s so simple, but once you play, it’s really complex,” Tindell said. 

Throughout the season, being on varsity has really boosted her confidence and helped her become the bowler she is today. “I also really like the people on the team because all of our personalities match,” Tindell said. 

Outside of bowling, Tindell really enjoys food and eating, “I love food, I honestly would like to competitively eat, but I don’t have the training,” Tindell said.

Her favorite food would probably be ice cream sandwiches, specifically the vanilla Walmart brand ones, or texas toast with lobster melts. 

She also enjoys the occasional Netflix binge. Her top five favorite shows include “The Witcher,” “Emily in Paris,” “Big Mouth,” “The Interview” and “Sex Ed.”

Tindell plans to travel with hopes of going to Greece to see the infamous architecture, and to see the crystal clear water. 

Tindell has great ambitions for her life after high school. Not only has she left her mark at Antioch Community High School, but there’s also no doubt that at Purdue University, Tindell will make a long-lasting impact.