Barrington High School cheer team celebrates strong performance

Eagles finish fourth at RIIL Game Day Cheer Comp

Posted 11/17/22

The Barrington High School cheer team finished fourth out of 21 teams that competed in the Rhode Island Interscholastic League Game Day Cheer Comp late last month.

The Eagles, coached by Kayla …

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Barrington High School cheer team celebrates strong performance

Eagles finish fourth at RIIL Game Day Cheer Comp

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The Barrington High School cheer team finished fourth out of 21 teams that competed in the Rhode Island Interscholastic League Game Day Cheer Comp late last month.

The Eagles, coached by Kayla Toman and Jamie Testa, also finished third in their division. The RIIL Game Day Cheer Comp was held at Cranston Station. 

Members of the BHS cheer team are Isabella Alves, Mia Casanova, Maddox Cooley, Addi Corrow, Ava DePrisco, Miah Grilo, Abby Guertler, Kaylin Hession, Grace Lamoureux, Greta Lepore, Ava Bella Luis, Ava Maddox, Ella Grace Mollmann, Kaleigh Moran, Katie O’Brien, Maddy Oldham, Alex Pendleton, Gabriella Pinheiro, Emma Schnippering, Morgane Seadale, Ivy Simon, Sarah Simon and Becca Wilcox.

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