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Barrington's Matt DeWolf, shown in a game last year, has played well for the Eagles this season.

Barrington boys’ basketball team opens season 3-0

Barrington boys’ basketball team opens season 3-0

The Barrington High School boys’ basketball team opened the season with three non-league victories. Playing at home on Thursday, Dec. 11, the Eagles defeated Portsmouth 55-46. Barrington then knocked off Westerly 47-39, and defeated Juanita Sanchez 42-37 on Tuesday night. Barrington head coach Patrick Sullivan said Matt DeWolf has played well to start the season.

Barrington's Adam Kelly, Bobby Colantonio and Mike Alvernaz (from left to right).

Barrington throwers lead Eagles to strong finish

The Barrington High School boys’ and girls’ indoor track teams participated in their respective Injury Fund relay meets. The girls were paced by an impressive performance in the distance medley relay — Lusine Gazeryan, Chloe Mayhew, Lilly Gagliano and Grace Connolly ran to a second place finish. Mayhew, Stephanie Galbraith, Kerry Eller and Allison Army

Barrington's Sarah Middleton pushes the ball down the court against Mt. Hope.

Barrington girls push past Holy Name, 54-37

The Barrington High School girls’ basketball team, powered by sophomore Grace Coutu and senior Sarah Middleton, defeated Holy Name, 54-37, on Monday night, Dec. 15. Coutu finished the game with a double-double, scoring 16 points and grabbing 15 rebounds, while Middleton hit two 3-point baskets and scored 19 points. Middleton also had seven assists. The

Holiday classic photo

St. Andrew’s School hosting holiday tournament

St. Andrew’s School in Barrington will host a 16-team basketball tournament on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 19 and 20. The tournament will feature Lawrence Academy, Master’s School, Choate Rosemary Hall, Brimmer and May School, Cheshire Academy, Cushing Academy, MacDuffie School, Tilton School, Bridgton Academy, Vermont Academy, Worcester Academy, Proctor Academy, Wilbraham & Monson Academy, Putnam

Colin Cardosa pins his opponent in a non-league tournament at Mt. Hope High School Saturday.

Mt. Hope wrestlers finish third in season-opening meet

The Mt. Hope High School wrestling team got off to a promising start, finishing third among 19 teams from across Rhode Island and nearby Massachusetts at a non-league tournament at home Saturday, Dec. 13. Of the group of athletes, Mt. Hope wrestlers Colin Cardoso, Christian Torres and Sean Thibaudeau went undefeated in their four matches,

Senior co-captain Brittany Arruda in action last season.

Veteran talent to lead Wildcats girls basketball

His team lost key talent at the end of last season but that hasn’t deterred Coach Glenn Lincoln from handing his Westport girls basketball team some lofty goals going in. “Our goals for the season are to win the league championship, make it to the states, win the South Sectional and finally the states,” the