Letter: We deserve more coverage of all our BHS teams

Posted 9/20/22

To the editor:

BHS Sports Coverage in the print version of the Barrington Times so far this fall:

8/24:

Football on the cover front and center with photo

Sports Section: Preseason BHS …

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Letter: We deserve more coverage of all our BHS teams

Posted

To the editor:

BHS Sports Coverage in the print version of the Barrington Times so far this fall:

8/24:

Football on the cover front and center with photo

Sports Section: Preseason BHS Practice Story. 4 boys' photos (Football and Soccer), 2 girls' photos (Field Hockey)

8/31:

Sports Section: Football Season Opener story. 4 photos 

9/7:

Sports Section: Football Injury Fund game full page story with 3 photos

Pop Warner Football 1/2 page story with 3 photos 

9/14: 

Sports Section: Football Season Opener story, full page, 4 photos. 

We've all seen soccer, field hockey, tennis, cross country, and volleyball athletes around the practice fields and BHS this past month, but the paper doesn't reflect that at all. The students, parents, and fans deserve more news coverage of ALL our Eagle teams. 

Stephanie Hardt Adamek

Barrington

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