Stories about Barrington high school sports
Barrington defeated Belvidere North for the Huntley Invitational title Saturday and the host Red Raiders took third place.
Prospect and Barrington set out to defend their division titles in the competitive 12-team Mid-Suburban League.
Barrington handed St. Charles East its only loss of the season, 1-0 in Tuesday's Class 3A supersectional, as the Fillies advanced to state for the fourth straight season.
Barrington's Evan Jno-Baptiste sparked the offense and Matt Vojack delivered five strong innings a 4-0 Class 4A regional semifinal victory over McHenry on Friday.
Senior Peter Anderson threw for 210 yards and a touchdown as Barrington rolled past host Schaumburg, 34-6, Saturday in the Mid-Suburban West and season opener.
The Mid-Suburban West had traditionally been thought of as the stronger division, but teams like Rolling Meadows, Prospect and Hersey are showing it's not wise to underestimate the Mid-Suburban East.
Barrington chipped away at a double-digit deficit Tuesday against Fremd to eventually earn a 56-50 win and claim a spot in Saturday Mid-Suburban League championship game.
Barrington cruised past defending Class 4A champion Fremd, 50-22, in a Mid-Suburban League West game Tuesday night in Barrington.
Barrington took a one-game lead in the Mid-Suburban League West Friday night with a win over Conant coupled with Fremd's loss to Schaumburg.