Barrington High School boys' track wins dual meet openers



The Barrington High School boys’ outdoor track team kicked off the spring dual meet season in impressive fashion Tuesday with a 122-31 win over Middletown and a 132-13 win over St. Raphael’s.

The Eagles finished first in nearly every single event. Senior Will Casazza and sophomore Kieran McGartoll finished first and second in the 3,000 while senior Tom Barry and junior Marcus Sefranek finished first and second in the 1,500. Sophomore Aaron Weisburg won the 200. He also helped senior Alexander Richardson, sophomore Isaac Lapides and senior Benjamin Pomerantz win the 4X100.

The 4X400 team of Richardson, Barry, Casazza and senior Connor Royley notched another Eagles’ victory. Royley also won the 800.

Sophomore Teddy Ni, meanwhile, finished first in the 110 hurdles followed by senior Jack Liang and junior Daniel Gibbs.

Liang and Ni finished first and second in the 300 hurdles, respectively.

Thrower Charlie Ionata continued a banner senior season with a win in the shot-put. Sophomore Michael Alvernaz finished second. Ionata also picked up wins in the discus and javelin. Junior Joshua Adams finished second in the javelin followed by sophomore Caleb Snow. Alvernaz finished second in the discus ahead of freshman Robert Colantonio.

The two wins extend the Eagles’ dual meet winning streak into its sixth season.

The Eagles next meet is Monday April 8, at home against Mt. Hope and Rogers.


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