Barrington girls top Newport 10-5 in must-win game

Erin Moran crushes grand slam, gives Barrington early lead

Posted 7/1/22

The Barrington Majors Division All-Star softball team knocked off Newport 10-5 in a must-win District II tournament game at Braga Park in Newport on Thursday night, June 30.

Erin Moran crushed a …

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Barrington girls top Newport 10-5 in must-win game

Erin Moran crushes grand slam, gives Barrington early lead

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The Barrington Majors Division All-Star softball team knocked off Newport 10-5 in a must-win District II tournament game at Braga Park in Newport on Thursday night, June 30.

Erin Moran crushed a grand slam to give Barrington a lead against Newport. Meanwhile, Audrey Paxton was stellar on the mound. Addison O’Byrne played well at third base, connecting with Emily Peluso for a number of key outs.

With the win, Barrington earned a second shot at Tiverton. The two teams are scheduled to play on Tuesday, July 5 at 5:45 p.m. The location has not been announced yet. 

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