Softball: Elgin’s Hannah Perryman receives honor
From Staff Reports May 31, 2012 5:52PM
Elgin senior Hannah Perryman has been named UEC River Most Valuable Pitcher. | FILE ~ Sun-Times Media
Updated: July 6, 2012 10:08AM
Four Bartlett softball players highlight the All-Upstate Eight Valley team while Elgin senior standout Hannah Perryman was named UEC River Most Valuable Pitcher.
Bartlett, which shared the UEC Valley title with Waubonsie Valley, also boasts the division’s Most Valuable Pitcher as Tori Burke earned that honor. She was joined by teammates Kaylyn Zierke, Alex Morales and Andreana Taormino on the All-Valley team.
That also included South Elgin’s Alyssa Buddle and Sam Bolin.
The Most Valuable Position Player in the UEC Valley is Amanda Minahan of Waubonsie Valley.
Perryman, who set Elgin High records for career and single-season strikeouts, was joined on the All-River squad by Maroons teammates Anne Eckholm and Monica Stockman.
Larkin’s Alex Buhrow was on the list along with St. Charles East’s Alexis Perez — the UEC River Most Valuable Position Player — and Casey Basic and Olivia Lorenzini from East.
St. Charles North’s Sabrina Rabin, Shannon Caliri and Mickey Goetz also garnered River honors as did Streamwood’s Brittany Delao.
All-Big Northern softball
Six Burlington Central players have been named to the All-Big Northern Conference East Division team.
Seniors Haley Albamonte, Emily Bell and Sarah Kisch joined sophomores Brooke Gaylord and Bekah Harnish and freshman Abby Morrow on the team.
Genoa-Kingston had sophomore Paige Keegan named to the squad.
Central’s Lauren King and G-K’s Emily Wakely were honorable mention choices.
Bartlett football camp
Bartlett High School will hold its summer camps and registration is under way.
The six-week high school camp is slated for June 11-28 and July 9-26 for players entering grades 9-12. The time is 8-11 a.m. on Monday through Thursday.
The camp for players entering grades 3-8 will be held June 18-28 from 10:30 a.m. to noon Monday through Thursday.
Each camper will receive a T-shirt. The cost of the camp is $80 for players entering grades 3-8 and $180 for players entering grades 9-12.
Visit athletics2000.com/Bartlett/ to register or arrive early on the first day.
Contact Tom Meaney at 630-372-4700, ext. 8105 for more information.
The GlenOaks Hospital Foundation is hosting its 20th annual Invitational Golf Classic at 10:30 a.m. June 20 at the Bloomingdale Golf Club. Proceeds will support the renovation at Adventist GlenOaks Hospital. Since the event’s inception, nearly $800,000 has been raised.
“Our golf classic is an opportunity for community members to have fun while helping to support our hospital’s mission of Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ,” said Michelle A. Kallevik, executive director, GlenOaks Hospital Foundation.
The event will offer a variety of special activities in celebration of its 20th anniversary. Purchase golf reservations either as a single player or in groups of four. Reserved golf tickets are $500 each or $1,500 per foursome. All players will receive one complimentary dinner reservation.
Non-golfers wishing to support the hospital’s mission of patient-centered care might prefer the “dinner only” option. Reserved dinner tickets are $60 each or $550 for a table of 10. R.S.V.P. by June 8.
The golf classic begins at 10:30 am with registration, bag drop off, practice putting green, open driving range and buffet lunch on the patio. The shotgun start and best ball format is at noon.
The evening fun starts at 5 p.m. with the social hour, Ball Drop Split the Pot Contest (purchase golf balls to be dropped courtesy of the Bloomingdale Fire Protection District’s 100 foot ladder rig, the ball closest to the hole wins). There will also be hors d’oeuvres and raffle followed by dinner, a special program and an awards ceremony at 6 p.m.
Contact Kallevik at 630-545-3942 or email@example.com for additional information.
Steve Dutcher made a hole-in-one on May 24 at Wing Park using a 5-iron.