Barrington JV and Freshman track teams run well at states

Girls and boys freshman teams each finish in third place

Posted 2/26/21

The Barrington High School boys and girls indoor track programs enjoyed a successful weekend of meets.

Last Saturday, the Barrington High School boys JV indoor track team placed third at the JV …

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Barrington JV and Freshman track teams run well at states

Girls and boys freshman teams each finish in third place

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The Barrington High School boys and girls indoor track programs enjoyed a successful weekend of meets.

Last Saturday, the Barrington High School boys JV indoor track team placed third at the JV State Championship. Jackson Montour won the 600-meter race, while Charlie Stockwell finished third in the same event. Will Hopkins ran to a third place finish in the hurdles, and the Eagles’ 4x400-meter relay team of Andrew Harris, Andrew Rego, Jordan Freij and Caleb Schultz finished third.

At the girls JV State Championship, the Eagles’ JV team finished fourth out of 26 teams. Helen Copple led Barrington, winning the 1,000-meter race and the 1,500-meter race. Virginia Sanderson placed second in the 1,500, and Maeve Murphy was third in the event. Marie Choi-Schattle won the 600-meter race by more than 2 seconds.

Last Sunday, at the Freshmen Girls State Championship, Barrington finished third overall. Lily Cregan finished first in the weight throw and Frannie Johnson was first in the 55-meter hurdles. The Eagles’ 4x200-meter relay team of Hannah Bairos, Jordan Roskiewicz, Stella Hillier and Sophia Ford finished second overall. Chloe Moscrop was fourth in the 55-meter hurdles and Megan McCrann was sixth in the same event. Jordan Roskiewicz finished fifth in the long jump.

The Barrington High School boys freshmen indoor track team finished third at the Freshmen State Championship. Ethan Knight was state runner-up in the hurdles, and Brett White finished third in the weight throw. The Eagles’ 4x200-meter relay team of AJ DiOrio, Aimon Bickford, Alex Jaffurs and Ethan Knight finished third also.

Last Friday, some members of the varsity teams participated in the Last Chance Qualifier at the PCTA.

Tess Gagliano won the 300-meter race; her time of 43.99, which places her fourth in the state overall. The 4x200-meter relay team of Courtney Brady, Violet Gagliano, Tess Gagliano and Sophia Ford finished fourth at the meet and is ranked fifth in the state. And Grace Saal improved her time in the 55-meter hurdles.

Holden Vaughan finished second in the 1,500-meter race, and Asher Robbins was third in the weight throw. Jackson Duffy finished fourth in the 55-meter hurdles, while Thomas McAdams and Andrew Blazewicz finished tied for fourth in the high jump. Will Sanchez finished fourth in the long jump, and Liam Copozza was fifth in the weight throw.

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