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Barrington celebrates newest Hall of Fame class

Barrington celebrates newest Hall of Fame class

Dedication on the field, in the classroom and within the community best describes the 10 athletes and one team, coach, contributor and administrator to be inducted into Barrington High School’s fifth Athletic Hall of Fame class. The group’s induction ceremony was held Saturday, Nov. 22 at the Rhode Island Country Club. The 14 inductees were:

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On Thanksgiving, Huskies’ heart looks to beat Eagles’ strength

It’s been eight years since the Mt. Hope Huskies notched a win against Thanksgiving Day football rivals, the Barrington Eagles. It’s also been eight years since T.J. DelSanto has been Mt. Hope’s head coach. In 2012, when the Huskies last hosted the Eagles on Thanksgiving Day, the home team came within a touchdown of victory.

LaSalle junior outside linebacker abnd city resident Tim Faria moves in on the Cranston-East QB.

City natives Pena, McLean help LaSalle reach Super Bowl

PROVIDENCE —  Nicholas Varrichione’s interception return for a touchdown proved to be the difference as unbeaten and top-seeded LaSalle Academy defeated fourth-seeded Cranston East, 14-7, in a Division I football playoff semifinal contest played Friday night, Nov. 21. The game was a thriller that came down to the last minutes. At a cold and blustery

Junior running back Ryan MacDonald streaks to the end zone for a score in the second half. Photos by Rich Dionne

Portsmouth Patriots lose in D-1 semis, 32-21

PORTSMOUTH — Once again, the Portsmouth Patriots’ playoff run has ended at the hands of Bishop Hendricken. The Patriots fell in the Division-1 semifinals at the Hawks’ home field in Warwick Friday night, 32-21. Head coach Ryan Moniz, however, told his players after the game that he was proud of how hard they fought, even when

The St. Andrew's School boys' soccer team won the NEPSAC Class D championship on Sunday, Nov. 16.

Barrington private school wins soccer title

The St. Andrew’s School soccer teams enjoyed successful seasons this fall, as both teams celebrated winning records and playoff victories. The boys’ team made history as it won the NEPSAC Class D Championship on Sunday, Nov. 16. The Saints, who entered the playoffs as the number three seed, knocked off Christian Heritage, 4-1, at Loomis

Patriots sophomore quarterback John Coyne runs upfield on a keeper during their game against Cranston West on Saturday. Photos by Rich Dionne

Portsmouth loses to physical Falcons, 23-7

PORTSMOUTH — This is one they’ll have to put behind them, fast. The Portsmouth High Patriots varsity football team was outmuscled by Cranston West Saturday in the annual Homecoming game Saturday, 23-7. The game didn’t have any real meaning for Portsmouth, which plays Bishop Hendricken in the Division-1 semifinals Friday night in Warwick, but it

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