Barrington girls track team finishes third at Class Championship

Eagles soar in high jump and long jump

Posted 2/8/24

The Barrington High School girls indoor track team finished third at the Class Championship meet.  

Barrington scored 72 points, while Classical was first at 116.5 points and LaSalle was …

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Barrington girls track team finishes third at Class Championship

Eagles soar in high jump and long jump

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The Barrington High School girls indoor track team finished third at the Class Championship meet. 

Barrington scored 72 points, while Classical was first at 116.5 points and LaSalle was second with 76.5 points. 

The Eagles had three competitors finish in the top-six in the high jump. Helena Hyde finished second, Jordan Roskiewicz was fourth, and Allie Ford finished sixth. 

Barrington also boasted three competitors in the top six spots in the long jump. Sophia Ford finished second, followed by Hyde in fourth and Allie Ford in sixth. 

The Eagles’ 4x800-meter relay team of Maeve Kelly, Ella Reagan, Faith Barrass and Sophie Gardos finished second, while the 4x200-meter relay team of Roxanna Mohammadi, Kate Pearse, Roskiewicz and Sophia Ford finished sixth. 

The relay team of Indie Lamb, Pearse, Reagan and Paige Davignon finished sixth in 4x400-meter relay event. 

Roskiewicz and Kitty Wang both set new personal records and placed second and fourth, respectively, in the 55-meter hurdles.

Lamb finished third in the 600, while Evelyn Lefort finished sixth and Sara Chang was seventh in the 1,500, and Maura Gravina was seventh in 3,000.  

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