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St. Luke’s School's annual Trot Off Your Turkey 5K and 1.5-mile run/walk is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. The post-Thanksgiving tradition welcomes runners and walkers of all … more
With nothing more on the line than bragging rights and pride, the Barrington High School and Mt. Hope High football teams will meet for the 27th time on Thanksgiving morning at Barrington’s … more
Former Barrington High School standout and current Gettysburg College senior Julia Soares was recently named to the All-Centennial Conference Field Hockey Second Team. This was the third time in the … more
“Yī, èr, sān!” “Uno, dos, tres!” “Ek do teen!” “Raz, dva, tri!” “One, two, three!” Listen to the St. Andrew’s School boys … more
It was a strong season for Barrington Pop Warner's cheer program, as three teams finished in the top five of their respective divisions at the New England Regionals. Barrington's JV team led the … more
Unlike last year, when heavy rain and poor field conditions forced the cancellation of the Barrington Youth Soccer Association Invitational Tournament, this year’s 39th annual edition went off … more
The Barrington High School girls cross country team finish second at states, losing by just one point to East Greenwich, 76-77. The race was held Sunday at Ponaganset. Caroline Livingston led the … more
The Barrington High School girls soccer team advanced to the Division I quarterfinals after defeating Cranston West 4-3 in a preliminary round game on Wednesday night, Oct. 30. The Eagles and … more
Betsy Brenner is happy to say that her tennis team is the "best public school" team in the state. The Barrington High School tennis team rolled to a 12-1 regular season record and two Division I … more
Hayley Gasbarro and Owen Valentine are Barrington High School's first-ever Golden Eagles. This year, Barrington High School opted to replace the traditional homecoming king and queen titles with a … more
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