Car parade will celebrate Barrington’s Super Bowl champs

Division II champions’ parade starts at 3:15 on Friday

Posted 5/13/21

The Barrington High School football team will celebrate its Division II Super Bowl championship with the community during a special car parade on Friday afternoon, May 14. 

The parade will …

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Car parade will celebrate Barrington’s Super Bowl champs

Division II champions’ parade starts at 3:15 on Friday

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The Barrington High School football team will celebrate its Division II Super Bowl championship with the community during a special car parade on Friday afternoon, May 14. 

The parade will start at the high school at about 3:15 p.m., following County Road to Maple Avenue, then down Middle Highway, Nayatt Road and finally onto Washington Road before returning to the high school. The Barrington Police Department will lead the parade of vehicles carrying members of the championship team. 

The community is encouraged to cheer on the team as they travel along the parade route. 

The Barrington High School football team defeated St. Raphaels Academy 34-6 in the Division II Super Bowl at Cranston Stadium last Sunday night.

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