Barrington Middle School runners take aim at states

Barrington teams finish regular season undefeated

Posted 10/22/21

The Barrington Middle School boys and girls cross country teams finished the regular season undefeated.

The boys and girls teams also won their respective events at the RIPCOA Cross Country …

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Barrington Middle School runners take aim at states

Barrington teams finish regular season undefeated

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The Barrington Middle School boys and girls cross country teams finished the regular season undefeated.

The boys and girls teams also won their respective events at the RIPCOA Cross Country Eastern Divisional Championship meet, which was held at The Glen in Portsmouth earlier this month. Barrington runners will next compete in the state championship meets on Oct. 23. The state finals will be held at Bryant University. 

Team scores from the divisional meet:

Girls Varsity (these teams go to States)

1.  Barrington 32 

2.  Martin 96

3.  Portsmouth 100

Boys Varsity (these teams go to States)

1.  Barrington 17

2.  Portsmouth 71

3.  KMS

Girls JV

1.  Barrington 15 (perfect score)

2.  Portsmouth 97

3.  Martin 114

Boys JV

1.  Barrington 15 (perfect score)

2.  Portsmouth 123

3.  Tiverton 162

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