Barrington teams battle for basketball titles

8th Grade girls and 7th Grade boys teams win championships

Posted 4/17/21

Barrington Youth Basketball teams wrapped up their seasons recently. More than 100 players competed on the 11 Barrington teams.

The 8th Grade Girls team concluded its Metro careers with a …

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Barrington teams battle for basketball titles

8th Grade girls and 7th Grade boys teams win championships

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Barrington Youth Basketball teams wrapped up their seasons recently. More than 100 players competed on the 11 Barrington teams.

The 8th Grade Girls team concluded its Metro careers with a dominating win over Portsmouth to win the D2 bracket. Coach Graveline reported that after four great years together, the teams saved its best game for last.

Meanwhile, the Barrington Boys 7th grade blue team overcame a rough 2-6 start to the season to go undefeated over the next 6 games and win the RI D2 Championships over Burrillville.

The 8th grade boys stormed through the D1 playoffs and advanced to the title game before falling to South Kingstown.

On the girls teams side, Barrington’s 5th, 6th, and 7th grade teams all advanced to their respective D2 title games.

On the boys side several teams advanced to the quarterfinals and semifinals.

League officials said it was an excellent season, and wanted to share thanks with the parents, coaches and others who helped make it happen.

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