Barrington teams compete in Thetford (Vt.) Invitational

Boys finish 12th, girls are 18th

Posted 10/9/21

The Barrington High School cross country teams traveled to Vermont last weekend to compete in the Thetford Invitational.

The boys team ran to a 12th place finish, led by senior Holden Vaughan, who …

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Barrington teams compete in Thetford (Vt.) Invitational

Boys finish 12th, girls are 18th

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The Barrington High School cross country teams traveled to Vermont last weekend to compete in the Thetford Invitational.

The boys team ran to a 12th place finish, led by senior Holden Vaughan, who finished 25th overall.

The girls team finished 18th. The top Barrington runner in the girls race was Sophie Gardos, who crossed the line in 64th place overall.

Barrington boys — 12th — 442 points

Barrington’s top 10 finishers:

25. Holden Vaughan — 17:39.14

55. Brandon Piedade — 18:16.54

104. Andrew Rego — 18:57.75

128. Noah Buller — 19.17.40

151. Elliot Lefort — 19:28.47

182. Connor Curran — 19:52.89

188. Finn Myatt — 19:57.04

245. Phinneas Stabach — 20:34.18

265. Henry Schultz — 20:45.53

277. Sam Barber — 20:54.06

Barrington girls — 18th — 465 points

Barrington’s top 10 finishers:

64. Sophie Gardos — 21:56.03

68. Riley Curran — 21:58.06

103. Helen Copple — 22:32.62

119. Virginia Sanderson — 22:47.32

141. Jane Bryant — 23:06.97

205. Anna Garafano — 24:09.37

246. Sophia Rocco — 24:54.69

288. Tosca Barako — 25:27.53

331. Sara Chang — 26:03.89

343. Josie Owens — 26:12.84

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