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All of Barrington High School's fall teams that have finished their seasons are involved in the state playoffs; football won't be determined until after Thanksgiving.
All of Barrington High's fall teams, with football still to be determined, are scheduled to get started in playoff competition starting this week, Hurricane Sandy weather permitting.
Pop Warner League's Junior Pee Wees take 7th straight.
La Salle takes all 14 first place votes in the latest Rhode Island Sports Media Football Poll; Barrington is next up Friday night for the top-ranked Rams.
The top seven remain unchanged in the latest Rhode Island Sports Media Football Poll; Barrington plays South Kingstown tonight, Oct. 19, on the road.
The Barrington Pop Warner team racks up another win and another shutout.
East Bay Rowing plans a celebration and fundraiser next Saturday, Oct. 20, at the Barrington Yacht Club.
The top five teams remain unchanged; Barrington drops a spot to No. 7 after a loss to Bishop Feehan.
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The Barrington Pop Warner Junior Pee Wees overwhelm Fairhaven, 39-0.
Schools, Volunteers in the News, Sports
The Barrington Boosters held their 20th annual Booster Day last Saturday, Sept. 29, when athletes went door to door for contributions to support athletics.
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