Blake Peters discusses reaching the Final Four for “The ESPY” Play of the Year on Sports Feed
9 days ago - By WGN TV
CHICAGO - His shot across the court to help Evanston Township beat Maine South in February was one of the highlights of the 2017-2018 high school basketball season in the Chicago area.
Now it's poised to make Blake Peters a national star.
The Wildkits basketball player is one of four finalists for ESPN's ESPY Award for the best play of the year. He's going up against the Eagles' fourth-down touchdown in Super Bowl LII, Arike Ogunbowale's National Championship-winning shot for Notre Dame, and Jessie Warren's double play for Florida State softball.
Voting continues through Saturday, but...
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