BHS Sports Roundup: Girls soccer earns a spot in playoffs

Barrington field hockey to play Moses Brown in semis

Posted 10/27/21

Bailey Duncan and Sarah Yee each scored goals, leading the Barrington High School girls soccer team to a 2-1 win over Mt. Hope on Monday night. The victory helped Barrington secure a berth in the …

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BHS Sports Roundup: Girls soccer earns a spot in playoffs

Barrington field hockey to play Moses Brown in semis

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Bailey Duncan and Sarah Yee each scored goals, leading the Barrington High School girls soccer team to a 2-1 win over Mt. Hope on Monday night. The victory helped Barrington secure a berth in the playoffs. Sophia Richardson had an assist in the victory while Alaina Wood made five saves in net for Barrington. 

Field hockey

The Barrington High School field hockey team will square off against Moses Brown in the Division I semifinals on Wednesday, Oct. 27. The Eagles enter the postseason as the second seed, while Moses Brown is the third seed. The game will be played in Barrington at 3:45 p.m. In their final regular season game, Barrington rolled past Wheeler, 8-0.

Girls volleyball

Barrington slipped to 3-13 after losing to Mt. Hope 1-3 on Monday night, Oct. 25. The Eagles won the first set, 16-25, but Mt. Hope responded by winning the next three sets, 25-20, 25-6, 25-19. Barrington is scheduled to play at St. Raphaels Academy on Thursday at 6 p.m.

Football

The Eagles struggled to slow down the Westerly offense on Friday night, losing 28-0. Barrington’s overall record dropped to 5-2, while its mark in D-II fell to 3-2. The Eagles will host Lincoln on Friday night at 6 p.m.

Girls tennis

Barrington will play against East Greenwich in the Division I semifinals on Thursday, Oct. 28. The match will be played at North Kingstown High School at 4:30 p.m. Barrington finished the regular season with a 12-4 record, having defeated Smithfield 5-2, Wheeler, 5-2, and Cumberland 7-0 last week. The Eagles celebrated their seniors last Wednesday night: Kate Robertson, Marie Chanfrau, Hailey Walter, Julia Stanchina, Mira Cheng, Sage Wells and Allie Marcu.

Boys soccer

Barrington’s record moved to 8-7-1 after losing to Tolman High School 3-2 on Saturday, Oct. 23. The Eagles are schedule to host Wheeler School on Wednesday at 6 p.m. 

Cross country

Barrington automatically qualified for the state championship meet after finishing third in the Metro Division. The Eagles capped the final regular season meet with wins over Moses Brown, Mt. Hope and Wheeler. Brandon Piedade celebrated his first victory of the season, winning the race with a time of 17:51. Last Thursday, the Eagles competed in the Bronco Invitational at Burrillville. Barrington finished fourth, paced by Holden Vaughan and Piedade. In the JV race, Chris Clyne and Phinneas Stabach finished in the top 10.

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