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St. Andrew's basketball players and coaches surround Sheila and John Martin after the No. 1 was retired in the couples' honor Wednesday, Feb. 25.

St. Andrew’s ‘retires’ retiring headmaster Martin’s number

St. Andrew’s ‘retires’ retiring headmaster Martin’s number

BARRINGTON — The impact of John and Sheila Martin on the St. Andrew’s School community can’t be found on a scoreboard or in a record book, but that matters little to the hundreds of Saints’ athletes and coaches they’ve reached through the years. Head basketball coach and athletic director Mike Hart surprised the crowd and

Portsmouth's Henry Bolton earned All-NEPSAC Class AA boys' hoops honors.

NEPSAC announces 2013-14 Class AA boys’ hoops honor roll

BARRINGTON — The complete list of 2013-2014 NEPSAC Class AA boys’ basketball postseason accolades was released Monday, March 17, those honored including the previously noted co-coaches of the year Mike Hart and Barry Connors, of St. Andrew’s and Cushing, respectively, as well as player of the year Malik Abu, of Kimball Union. Those honored also


Peers select St. Andrew’s Hart as NEPSAC Class AA co-coach of the year

BARRINGTON — St. Andrew’s School’s Mike Hart was selected by his peers as the 2013-2014  NEPSAC Class AA Co-Coach of the Year along with Barry Connors of Cushing Academy, the league announced Thursday, March 6. For Hart, the honor was another in a season-long list of accomplishments, which included him earning his 400th career victory


St. Andrew’s hoops wipes out Worcester Academy; Hart nets 400th career coaching win

BARRINGTON — Though he is quick to dispel such a notion, what is becoming the legendary coaching career of Mike Hart at St. Andrew’s School reached another victory milestone Monday afternoon, Jan. 27, as the Saints eventually rolled to a contentious 74-56 win over visiting Worcester Academy in a NEPSAC Class AA boys’ basketball outing

St. Andrew's School cannot be taxed, say town officials, but that does not exclude a payment in lieu of taxes agreement.

Barrington to explore collecting payment from St. Andrew’s School

The Town of Barrington may not be able to tax St. Andrew’s School, but officials might be able to collect a payment in lieu of taxes from the private institution. The topic surfaced at the Jan. 6 council meeting, when councilor Bill DeWitt asked for an update on the tax exempt status of St. Andrew’s

“My dad was a coach, so I guess I was born into basketball," said Bonzie Colson II.

Colson leads host Saints to two wins in St. Andrew’s hoops tourney

BARRINGTON — The 2013 edition of the St. Andrew’s School Holiday Basketball Classic took place locally over the last two days and nights, bringing some of the top teams and players in the region to the East Bay. Notre Dame-bound St. Andrew’s senior Bonzie Colson was selected as the tournament’s most valuable player. The host

“My dad was a coach, so I guess I was born into basketball," said Bonzie Colson II.

Two hoopsters at Barrington school to play for Division 1 colleges

BARRINGTON — Not one, but two seniors at St. Andrew’s School announced their intention Monday to play basketball for Division 1 college teams next year. Forward Bonzie Colson II of New Bedford, Mass. and point guard Henry Bolton of Portsmouth have verbally committed to Notre Dame and Utah State University, respectively. “When they verbal to a

Henry Bolton, who played two years of basketball for Portsmouth High School, has verbally committed to Utah State University next year.

Former Portsmouth hoopster to play for Division 1 college

PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth High School basketball coach Joe Occhi said basketball wunderkind Henry Bolton arrived as a freshman out of nowhere several years ago. “Henry was a complete surprise. I think he literally got here from Japan the day of the tryouts,” said Mr. Occhi, noting that Henry’s mother, Zeporah Dasher, is in the U.S.

St. Andrew’s School celebrates its graduates

Nearly four dozen students accepted their diplomas during the recent graduation service for St. Andrew’s School in Barrington. Moriah Bourk offered the senior address during the ceremony, while Angelika Pellegrino won the school’s highest honor: The King Medal Award. Angelika will be attending Providence College in the fall. Dr. Robert Ballard, the man best known