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Thanksgiving Day football rivalry has rich history

Thanksgiving Day football rivalry has rich history

I was just sitting here thinking about what high school football used to be like around these parts on Thanksgiving Day. I mean, I’m talking about the old Bristol-Barrington series, which began in 1934, and produced more thrills and excitement than one could imagine. As a youngster, long before I became an established sportswriter, I


Bay View, Barrington High girls’ cagers win Division I quarterfinal hoop games

PROVIDENCE — Seeding held form on the top side of the Division I girls’ basketball state championship tournament bracket Friday night, March 14, at Rhode Island College’s Walsh Gym as No. 1 Bay View and No. 4 Barrington High School won their respective quarterfinal round games. Unbeaten at 18-0 during the regular season, Bay View

Portsmouth's Brennan Tierney tries to slip past the Eagles' Cameron Reilly as he drives to the hoop.

Barrington dominates Portsmouth in boys’ hoops

PORTSMOUTH — Barrington High School’s Corey Daugherty shot a game-high 31 points as the Eagles beat the Portsmouth Patriots boys’ varsity basketball team tonight in convincing fashion, 67-43. Portsmouth held tough early on but the Eagles started putting some distance between them and the Patriots shortly before the end of the first half and never looked

Barrington High School student Tim Hecker, shown performing at the school's talent show, will participate in the All-State concert next month.

Barrington students headed to All-State concert

A number of Barrington High School students were recently selected to participate in the Rhode Island Music Educators’ Association All-State Concert at Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium on March 23. Following is a list of the students headed to the concert: • Jr. All-State Concert Band: Kieran Egan • Jr. All-State Symphonic Band: Priyanka Bonifaz, Tim Hecker, Elena Serrano

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Barrington team is tops at computer programming contest

The Barrington High School team of Liam Callanan, Cassidy Laidlaw, Teddy Ni and Sahil Mishra captured first place at a high school computer programming contest held at Fitchburg State University in Massachusetts recently. The four local students — Liam and Cassidy are seniors, Teddy is a junior and Sahil is a sophomore — outscored 41

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Resident Kathy Crain said Barrington teachers had been relying too heavily on worksheets associated with the Common Core, and that the standards may have appeared one way in theory, but were being delivered in quite a different fashion.

Barrington crowds turn out for Common Core forums

Two meetings focused on the same subject — Common Core State Standards — yielded far different results on Tuesday night. At 7 p.m., the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) hosted a forum on the background and benefits of the Common Core in the Barrington High School auditorium, while a parents group met in the


Photos: Barrington runs the Huskies to a 31-0 Thanksgiving Day victory

It was a tough day for the Mt. Hope Huskies on Thanksgiving, as the Barrington Eagles soared in the traditional football game, beating Mt. Hope 31-0. “We came in knowing what we would do,” Barrington head coach Bill McCagney said after the game. “We overwhelmed them.” Seniors, James Murphy and J. R. Martin, both questionable

Members of the BHS Stagemasters group receive their award.

Barrington Stagemasters win theater award

The Barrington High School Stagemasters recently received the prestigious Moss Hart Award in the Secondary Division for their spring production of “Sleepy Hollow: Ichabod and the Headless Horseman,” written by S. Brucas and directed by Stephanie L. Spaziano. The Moss Hart Award is awarded by the New England Theatre Conference, a professional theatre organization serving

Barrington High School students pose with their second place design at the Providence Rotary Club's Street Painting Festival.

Barrington students take second in street painting fest

The Barrington High School Art Club participated in the Providence Rotary Club’s Street Painting Festival at the skating rink in downtown Providence on Saturday,  Sept. 28, and finished second in the High School Category. After much preliminary planning, on the big day, 10 students spent from noon until 6 p.m. creating their 8-foot-by-8-foot artwork on

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