Eagles edge Rams, clinch Metropolitan Division track title

Two Eagles set new school records during meet

Posted 1/30/23

On Saturday, the Barrington High School boys indoor track team defeated LaSalle 145-141 to win the Metropolitan Division Championships.  

It was the first time that Barrington has won the …

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Eagles edge Rams, clinch Metropolitan Division track title

Two Eagles set new school records during meet

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On Saturday, the Barrington High School boys indoor track team defeated LaSalle 145-141 to win the Metropolitan Division Championships. 

It was the first time that Barrington has won the indoor track and field division championships since the 2012-2013 season. 

Barrington student-athletes set two new school records during the Metropolitan Division Championships.

Ethan Knight broke his own school record in the 55-meter hurdles, while Iain DeBoth set a new record in the 300-meter race. 

Knight was runner-up in the 300 and ran legs for Barrington’s second place 4x200-meter relay team and 4x400-meter relay team. DeBoth also ran legs in those two relay teams and finished seventh in the 55-meter dash. 

Brandon Piedade won the 3,000-meter race and was runner-up in the 1,500, and took fourth place in the 1,000.

Michael Fay captured crucial points for the team, winning the weight throw event and finishing second in the shot put. 

“This was an outstanding win for Barrington, and the kids should be very proud,” wrote BHS Coach Bill Barrass. “We have a very strong and dedicated team, and everyone tried to do their absolute best to make this win happen.

“Even though our top athletes stood out, we had 28 scoring performances including relays, so this really was a great team effort!”

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