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Eagles junior running back Drew Vatter runs for a first down with Townies Dylan Bochichio (middle) and Aaron Amaral (right) along for the ride. Photos by Rich Dionne

Barrington bests East Providence for Homecoming football victory

Barrington bests East Providence for Homecoming football victory

BARRINGTON — On Homecoming Night at Victory Field the home team did not disappoint. Backed all evening by a large and energetic crowd, the host Barrington High Eagles beat the East Providence Townies by a final score of 30-6 in a Division I football contest Friday, Oct. 17. The Eagles pleased their fans from the

Barrington High School students Teddy Kurkoski and Charlotte Ruda are named Homecoming king and queen during halftime of the Barrington and East Providence football game on Friday night. Photos by Rich Dionne

Kurkoski, Ruda are BHS Homecoming king and queen

BARRINGTON—Teddy Kurkoski and Charlotte Ruda were announced Barrington High School Homecoming king and queen during halftime of the Eagles football game against East Providence at Victory field on Friday night. The Homecoming court and school classes paraded around the football field in floats throwing streamers and candy into the stands. After the cheerleaders and East Providence

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Open houses: Dozens planned around East Bay

Whether you’re looking for your next home, checking out the competition or just looking for some interior decorating ideas, open houses are always a great place to start. Here’s a list of open houses scheduled throughout the East Bay this weekend: Barrington 5 Hillside Ave. — Sunday, Oct. 19, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Cape,


Barrington field hockey wins three straight

The Barrington High School field hockey team dropped a 1-0 game to LaSalle on Oct. 6, but has won three straight games since that loss. The Eagles had 20 offensive corners and several key scoring opportunities against LaSalle, but failed to knock any shots into the opposing net in a 1-0 loss to the Rams. The

Barrington, shown in an earlier game against Portsmouth, beat Chariho and tied Central Falls last week.

Barrington beats Chariho, but loses to Shea

The Barrington High School boys’ soccer team grabbed some key points last week with a tie against Central Falls and a win over Chariho, but lost 3-0 to Shea on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 15. On Tuesday, Oct. 7, Barrington held a talented Central Falls team scoreless and walked away with a 0-0 tie. Barrington goalie

Monica Drimbarean won her match at third singles and sent Barrington on to the semifinals.

Barrington tennis wins playoff opener, 4-2

The Barrington High School girls’ tennis team overcame a slow start in its playoff opener against Mt. St. Charles on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 15, but battled hard for a 4-2 victory. With the win Barrington advances to the Division I semifinals. The Eagles will play against second-seeded East Greenwich at Slater Park in Pawtucket on

Barrington High School will celebrate homecoming on Friday night — and the Interact Club's fair starts at 6:30 p.m.

Barrington High Homecoming Fair is Friday

Before the Barrington High School football team battles East Providence on Victory Field Friday night, the local high school’s Interact Club will hold an exciting homecoming fair just behind the bleachers. The fair, which starts at 6:30 p.m., will include a variety of attractions — a cookie decorating station, the Science Olympiad team’s catapult launcher

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Off the Market: Homes sold in East Bay

The following homes throughout the East Bay changed hands recently: Barrington 9 Chapin Road — $543,000 5 Copper Kettle Lane — $332,000 10 Sylvester St. — $163,000 20 Williams St. — $285,000 3 Clover Lane — $90,000 Hart Lane — $945,000 East Providence 330 Brown St. — $1 14 Harding Ave. — $580,000 9 Oak

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