Author Archives: Jeff Pini

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Summer flounder and black sea bass regulations to tighten Last week the Mid-Atlantic Fisheries Management Council (MAFMC) and the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) had a joint meeting to discuss summer flounder (fluke), black sea bass and scup. These two organizations have a direct impact on fishing regulations in Rhode Island as some of

Emma McMillan, shown in an outdoor track event last year, finished fifth at the Great American Cross Country Festival in North Carolina on Saturday.

Barrington bests the rest for girls’ Eastern Division outdoor track and field title

BARRINGTON ─ After a five-day delay due to weather, the Eastern Division Championship girls’ outdoor track and field championship meet, featuring 10 teams from around the East Bay, went off without a hitch Monday, May 13, at Barrington High School’s Victory Field. The host Eagles took the overall title with 166.33 points, while Portsmouth finished second


Barrington Lacrosse lights out against North Kingstown

The Barrington High School boys’ lacrosse team shut down North Kingstown on Friday night, 13-5, under the lights at Victory Field. The Eagles never trailed in the contest, leading by two, four, six, and finally eight goals at the end of each quarter, respectively, easily handling anything the Skippers tried to send their way. Juniors

Barrington Baseball Falls to South Kingstown to end win streak

BARRINGTON, R.I. ─ The Barrington Baseball team seems to be turning the corner on their season with two huge wins earlier this week, but the Eagles could not contain the ferocious offense of South Kingstown Wednesday afternoon, falling to the Rebels, 12-2. After a blowout 12-0 win against Toll Gate and a close 3-1 victory

Barrington's Will Casazza finishes a 1,500 meter race during an earlier meet.

Barrington boys bounce back, win final regular season track meet

Barrington High School boys’ track and field team bounced back from their first loss of the season by sweeping their final division meet of the year, beating East Providence 95-59, Shea 125.5-27.5, and Tolman 153-0. The Eagles stayed calm and collected the entire meet, pulling in strong performances all around, preparing themselves for the track