Barrington's softball program recently announced its 26th player to make a verbal commitment to a Division I college team. And this one, like the past 25, played for coach Perry Peterson. However, this one knows coach Peterson better than any of the previous 25. Kendall, the only child of Jennifer and Perry Peterson, has committed to attend and play on Northwestern's softball team beginning in the fall of 2019.
The third annual Mike Spellman Memorial Stakes will return on Saturday at Arlington Park, the same day when track officials will honor St. Viator's baseball team by naming the fifth race for the Class 3A state champs. Spellman, a popular Daily Herald sports writer, was a standout catcher for St. Viator's baseball team in the early 1980s. He worked for the Daily Herald for 23 years, and his Scorecard column was a favorite among readers. He died at age 51 in 2015.
It was improvisation at its finest. The folks who showed up for the 23rd edition of the Mid-Suburban League Senior All-Star Game were expecting a softball game at Barrington's Fields of Dreams. Instead, due to a shortage of players, they were entertained by a home run derby, designed at the last minute by Barrington coach and All-Star Game director Perry Peterson and his staff.
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