Normal’s Corn Crib Hosts Halloween Fun for Final Weekend of KFL
Written by Audra Goff on October 31, 2022
NORMAL, Ill – As a part of the Corn Crib’s mission to be the place “where baseball grows” in central Illinois, the Kernels Fall League has been the home to McLean County’s High School baseball scene since 2020. The KFL has brought together high school teammates and rivals to compete in a tournament-style, six-week-long league of four talented teams.
The Kernels Fall League final weekend featured a costume party for the second straight season. This family fun trick-or-treating event serves to raise money for local nonprofit organizations. With the concourse field with Halloween fun in spooky tunes playing over the PA system, the KFL was able to wrap up its most significant and best season yet in style.
The Kernels Collegiate League enters its third year featuring four teams, the BlueCaps, Bobcats, Ground Sloths, and the Merchants. Each team roster will consist of local collegiate talent from their respective schools, including Illinois State University, Illinois, Heartland Community College, Illinois Central College, and more.
The Bobcats, Ground Sloths, BlueCaps, and Merchants play all across Bloomington-Normal but compete under the brightest lights at the Corn Crib, home of the KFL premier “Saturday Night Spikes” series. The Corn Crib hopes to bring a “spike” of family fun this October by influencing guests to participate in activities.
Each team also has a specialty “pink” jersey designed to support the American Cancer Society, which was auctioned off to fans to raise funds for the October long real men wear pink campaign.