Portsmouth falls to Barrington in girls’ hoops, 59-49

Maiato, Durant score 15 points each

Posted 1/4/22

PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High girls’ varsity basketball team lost to Barrington 59-49 in a Division I home game on Monday night. 

The team is now 1-4 overall as it starts …

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Portsmouth falls to Barrington in girls’ hoops, 59-49

Maiato, Durant score 15 points each

Posted

PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High girls’ varsity basketball team lost to Barrington 59-49 in a Division I home game on Monday night. 

The team is now 1-4 overall as it starts a string of Division I games. 

Junior forward Emily Maiato and sophomore guard Olivia Durant led the Patriots in scoring, with 15 points each. 

Sophomore guard Ava Moore netted 12 points, Kaitlin Roche scored 4 and Keira Rogers scored 3. 

The Patriots were scheduled to play South Kingstown at home on Wednesday, Jan. 5 (after The Portsmouth Times’ deadline). 

The team will host Classical on Friday, Jan. 7, and St. Raphael Academy on Tuesday, Jan. 11. All games start at 7 p.m.

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