Barrington High School sports round-up


Field hockey – The Barrington High School field hockey team started its week off strong as it defeated Lincoln High School on Tuesday, 4-0.

Kelly Dolan led the team with two goals while both Libby Dolan and Ginny McQuade each had one goal.

The team continued to be tough competition as they won in another shutout as they faced Wheeler, 7-0. Jillian May led the Eagles to victory by scoring four goals while Libby Dolan contributed the other three goals for the team.

Continuing their winning streak, the girls defeated St. George’s on Saturday. Once again, the team won in a shutout with a final score of 5-0. Kelly Dolan led the team with two goals with Libby Dolan, Ginny McQuade and Jill May each scoring one goal.

Girls tennis – The tennis team fell to a tough East Greenwich team, 7-0. Both singles and doubles teams put up a good fight, but could not complete the victory.

The girls did not receive a victory in their next match as they faced off against Smithfield. The final score of the match was 6-1. Senior Juyeon Ha won defeated Julie Reddy of Smithfield by winning 6-3, 6-4. 

Boys soccer – The boys soccer team started its week off with a victory over Central High School, 5-0. Finton Laylor led the team with two goals while Charles Masterson, Michael Miniati and Denali Sexton each contributed one goal. Andrew Jones had four saves in net, leading to the shutout.

In the Eagles next game, the boys fought a battle that resulted in a tie with Central Falls High School. The final score of the game was 2-2 with goals by Carson Hall and Michael Miniati. In the boys next game, they defeated St. George’s in a shutout. Both Carson Hall and Jozef Jennings scored a goal for the Eagles that led them to victory.

Girls soccer –The girl’s soccer team was victorious as it defeated Mount St. Charles in a shutout on Tuesday, with a final score of 3-0. Danielle Fontaine, Kelly Thayer and Kim Hoyt each scored goals. Emma Gurchiek had six saves in net allowing the Eagles to hold onto the shutout.

In the Eagles next game they won in a shutout as they defeated Cumberland, 3-0. Maggie O’Hayer led the Eagles scoring with two goals as Charlotte Jenkins scored one to give the Eagles another “W.” 

Girls cross-country – The girls cross-country team had another successful meet last Tuesday, beating St. Raphael’s and East Providence. Barrington runners took 14 out of the top 15 spots.

In the top six were Fiona Paine, Mary-Kate Coogan, Abby Livingston, Emma McMillan, Megan Verner-Crist and Juliana Portelli. The team has had a great start to their season and was scheduled to race against both Moses Brown and Mt. Hope at their home meet on Monday.

Boys cross-country – Boys cross-country also captured first place against both St. Raphael’s and East Providence. Crushing the competition, the top five were Tom Barry, Will Casazza, Lucas Bledsoe, Marcus Sefranek and Anteneh Kutenplon.

The boys were scheduled to run in the Manchester Invitational as well as a tri-meet on Monday against Moses Brown and Mt. Hope.

Volleyball – It was a mixed week for the girls volleyball team. Last Tuesday they won their match against Tiverton 3-1. Oustanding players were Becca Egge, Haley Lamontagne, Frannie Bernardo and Megan Donnelly.

The team also lost to North Smithfield 3-2. The game was a nail-biter with great serving from Rachel Nassau.


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