Barrington boys track team finishes regular season undefeated

Eagles defeat LaSalle and Classical in final dual meet

Posted 1/20/23

The Barrington High School boys indoor track team won the division championship on Thursday night, Jan. 19. 

The Eagles knocked off LaSalle 79-30 and Classical 96-13 and finished the regular …

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Barrington boys track team finishes regular season undefeated

Eagles defeat LaSalle and Classical in final dual meet

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The Barrington High School boys indoor track team won the division championship on Thursday night, Jan. 19. 

The Eagles knocked off LaSalle 79-30 and Classical 96-13 and finished the regular season dual meets undefeated. Barrington Coach Bill Barrass said the team had a very strong showing in its final dual meet. 

That point was clear as the Eagles swept the top three spots in a number of events — 3,000-meter race, 55-meter hurdles, and 55-meter dash. The Barrington relay teams also won their events.

In the 3,000, Myles Napolitano finished in first, followed by Brandon Piedade and Finn Myatt. Ethan Knight won the 55-meter hurdles, while Eli Terrell finished second and Bobby Wind was third. 

In the 55-meter dash, Nate Greenberg finished first, Iain DeBoth was second, and Gabe Tanous was third. 

Barrington’s 4x400-meter relay team of Henry Stockwell, Ethan Knight, Hayden Knight and DeBoth won its event with a time of 3:49.48, while Greenberg, Tanous, Ethan Knight, and DeBoth teamed up for a win in the 4x200-meter relay. 

Other strong performances included:

• 1,500-meter race: 1. Brandon Piedade, 3. Charlie Stockwell

• 300-meter race: 1. DeBoth, 2. Ethan Knight

• 1,000-meter race: 2. Michael Chun, 3. Elliot Lefort

• 600-meter race: 2. Fritz Meuhlbauer

• Weight throw: 1. Samuel Spector, 3. Joe Adams

• Shot put: 3. Adams

• High jump: 1. Terrell, 2. Tanous

• Long jump: 2. Terrell, 3. Jeremy Kuo

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