Barrington students sign National Letters of Intent

BHS students will play football, field hockey, soccer and more in college

Posted 2/12/20

Twenty Barrington High School students signed their National Letters of Intent on Tuesday, Feb. 11.

The signing day event, which was held in the counseling office at the high school, served as an …

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Barrington students sign National Letters of Intent

BHS students will play football, field hockey, soccer and more in college

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Twenty Barrington High School students signed their National Letters of Intent on Tuesday, Feb. 11.

The signing day event, which was held in the counseling office at the high school, served as an official statement for the students — a declaration of where they planned to go to college, and which sports they would play.

• Jon Adamson: Football, Denison University

• Anika Breker: Fencing, Brown University

• William Cauley: Track and field, Princeton University

• Stephanie Chun: Track and field, Bowdoin College

• Sydni Diehl: Swimming, James Madison University

• Aiden Doyle: Soccer, Southern New Hampshire University

• Grace Faulkner: Soccer, Dartmouth College

• Claire Grover: Soccer, University of Rochester

• Maeve Harrington: Field hockey, Hamilton College

• Julia Howarth: Soccer, MIT

• Walter Joachim-DelPoio: Track and field, Bates College

• Chip Kreuzkamp: Sailing, Boston College

• Josh Leadem: Baseball, University of Rochester

• Caroline Livingston: Cross country, track and field, Dartmouth College

• Madison McGloin: Track and field, Bucknell University

• Jack O'Connell: Football, Bryant University

• Jordynn Palethorpe: Track and field, Washington and Lee University

• Emma Scheibl: Rowing, Sacred Heart University

• Sam Tanous: Baseball, American International College

• Sam Turner: Baseball, Hood College

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