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Barrington lost in the first round of the state playoffs to Niles Notre Dame on Saturday in Niles. But the Broncos went down swinging. 

The Broncos scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to rally from a 20-7 deficit. The first score came on a 12-yard Tommy Fitzpatrick run, and the second on a 31-yard Fitzpatrick pass to Aaron Sarkar with 52.5 seconds left to pull Barrington to within two points.

Ramiro Vences then executed an onside kick that  bounced several times and created a pile of players. But the Broncos couldn't come up with the ball and the Dons escaped with a 23-21 win.

Barrington's other score came  on a Quinn Ketel 78-yard burst right up the middle to give the Broncos a 7-6 lead in the first quarter.

Fitzpatrick finished 11 of 20 passing for 93 yards, with one touchdown and one interception.  

Quarterback Anthony Sayles scored all three Notre Dame touchdowns, on runs of 11, 24 and 4 yards. The Dons also got a 32-yard field goal in the fourth quarter. 

Barrington ends the season with a record of 6-4.



Daily Herald: Barrington's comeback falls just short vs. Notre Dame


Barrington rolls over Schaumburg in finale

Barrington closed out the regular season in style with a 50-15 demolition of Schaumburg.

Quinn Ketel and Tommy Fitzpatrick accounted for five touchdowns for Barrington, which closed the season on a two-game winning streak. Ketel ran for 169 yards and two touchdowns, while Fitzpatrick accounted for two TDs through the air and one on the ground.

The other Barrington points came on TDs from Bryan (two) and Ryan Smith and Peter Anderson, and a 33-yard Ramiro Vences field goal.

Next up is the IHSA Class 8A playoffs for the Broncos, who finished the season with a record of 6-3 (3-2 MSL) for the second straight year.



Daily Herald: Ketel, Fitzpatrick lead Barrington into playoffs


How the other teams fared:

- The JV Broncos capped a perfect 9-0 season with a wild 56-52 win over Naperville Central to send coach Dan Young into retirement a winner. 

- Freshman Red (5-4) ended the season on a four-game winning streak, beating Schaumburg 22-18.



Broncos shut out Hoffman to become playoff-eligible

A week after getting shut out by Fremd, Barrington pitched a shutout of its own.

The Broncos blanked Hoffman Estates 28-0 to become playoff-eligible with their fifth win of the season. It was the third shutout of the season for Barrington's defense, which totaled six sacks, three of them by Lukas Van Ness.

The offense was led by three first-half touchdown runs by Quinn Ketel.

The Broncos (5-3, 2-2 MSL West) face Schaumburg in the regular season finale on Friday night at BHS. 



Daily Herald: Barrington playoff-eligible after win at Hoffman Estates


How the other teams fared:

- JV (8-0) kept its perfect record intact with a 36-28 victory over Hoffman.

- Freshman Red (4-4) notched its third straight W by beating Hoffman 12-6.

- Freshman White (1-4-2) suffered a 32-0 loss to Evanston.

- The Varsity Killer Bs (3-0-1) stung Huntley, 24-14.



Broncos blanked by Fremd

It was a case of deja vu for Barrington on Friday night. And not the good kind.

For the second year in a row, Fremd shut out Barrington to claim a MSL West win. What's more, the Vikings won by the identical score, 14-0, to hand the Broncos their second straight loss.

Fremd dominated on a cold, windy night with a punishing ground game, led by Brian Hardy's 168 rushing yards,  Barrington, meanwhile, turned the ball over three times and could never get into a rhythm offensively. Quinn Ketel led the Broncos with 76 yards on 12 carries.

The Broncos (4-3, 1-2 MSL West) now need to win both of their remaining regular-season games, against Hoffman Estates and Schaumburg, to clinch a playoff bid. 



Daily Herald: Fremd shuts out Barrington


How the other teams fared:

- The JV Broncos (7-0) preserved their undefeated record with a 28-16 whipping of Fremd.

- Freshmen Red (3-4) claimed their second straight win with an impressive 30-0 blanking of Fremd.



Conant spoils Barrington's Homecoming

This MSL West Homecoming showdown came down to fourth-quarter, fourth-down plays. Conant converted its big one for the winning touchdown. Barrington failed to convert its two and lost.

Malik Frederick ran for 146 yards and a touchdown to lead the Cougars to a 21-14 win that snapped Barrington's four-game winning streak.

Barrington rolled the dice on a a fourth-and-2 at its own 45 with about nine minutes left and quarterback Tommy Fitzpatrick was stopped a yard short of the line to gain. Conant took over and drove to the Barrington 27. There, on a fourth-and-3, Cougar QB Giuseppe Dugo raced around the right end for a TD and a 21-14 lead.

The Broncos weren't done yet, however. They drove all the way to the Conant 6 in the closing minute, but Fitzpatrick's fourth-down pass sailed over E.J. Darlington's head with 30 seconds left.

The loss dropped Barrington to 4-2 (1-1 MSL West). Conant (6-0, 2-0)  is now in the driver's seat in the conference.



Daily Herald: Conant knocks off Barrington to move to 6-0

Pioneer Press: Lukas Van Ness brings a different attitude to Barrington


How the other teams fared:

- The JV Broncos (6-0) are still perfect after a 35-20 win over Conant.

- Freshmen Red (2-4) snapped a three-game losing streak with a 22-6 victory over Conant.

- The Varsity Killer Bs (2-0-1) remained unbeaten with a wild 24-24 tie with Stevenson.

- The Freshman White team did not play.



Barrington wins 4th straight over 2 days

It took about 18 hours over two days, but Barrington finally posted its fourth straight win, 24-7 over Palatine.

The Broncos (4-1) leaped out to a 14-0 lead on Friday night when the game was suspended due to weather with 10:44 left in the second quarter.  Play resumed at 11 a.m. on Saturday morning and the Broncos completed the job.

Tommy Fitzpatrick threw touchdown passes -- one to Joey Gurskis on Friday and one to Matt Reedy on Saturday -- Quinn Ketel scored on a one-yard TD run and Ramiro Vences hit a 32-yard field goal to account for the Broncos' points. D

Defensively, Barrington got interceptions from Nick Barron, Luke Kozlowski and Johnny Podlesnik. The Pirates spoiled what would have been the Broncos third shutout of the season by scoring with just 2:37 left and the game already decided.

Next up: a Homecoming showdown with 5-0 Conant.


How the other teams fared against Palatine:

- JV (5-0) kept its perfect record intact with a 55-13 pasting of the Pirates.

- Freshman Red (1-4) dropped a 20-6 decision.

- Freshman White (1-2) claimed a 12-6 victory.

- Varsity B did not play.



Broncos whip Glenbrook South

EJ Darlington set the tone with a 96-yard kickoff return for a touchdown 13 seconds into the game and Barrington cruised from there to post a 41-15 road win over Glenbrook South.

The Broncos (3-1) built a 34-0 halftime lead as Quinn Ketel had two scoring runs and Ramiro Vences hit 47- and 44-yard field goals. John Podlesnik scored the last points of the half when scored on a 36-yard pick-six.



Daily Herald: Barrington, Fremd, Elk Grove, Prospect notch wins


How the other teams fared:

- The JV Broncos (4-0) drubbed Glenbrook South 32-14.

- Freshmen Red (1-3) got shut out by GBS, 22-0.

- The Varsity Killer Bs (2-0) posted a 18-8 victory over Libertyville.

- The Freshman White game vs. Glenbrook South was canceled due to weather.



Broncos notch second straight shutout win

Barrington's defense did it again. One week after blanking Buffalo Grove, the Broncos held New Trier scoreless for a 35-0 win on Friday night at BHS Stadium.

Lucas Kozlowski had two interceptions and Adam Brokke one to lead a Bronco defense that hasn't allowed a point in eight quarters. Meanwhile, Tommy Fitzpatrick threw for 168 yards and a touchdown and scored one on the ground to lead a Barrington attack that has scored 77 points over the last two weeks.

Barrington (2-1) next travels to Glenbrook South on Sept. 20 to take on the Titans.



Chicago Tribune: Barrington shuts out New Trier as Lucas Kozlowski does a little bit of everything

Daily Herald: Barrington pitches second straight shutout


How the other teams fared:

- The JV Broncos (3-0) hammered New Trier 42-0.

- Freshmen Red (1-2) dropped a 35-12 decision to New Trier.

- Freshmen White (1-1) lost to NT 41-20.

- The Varsity Killer Bs were idle as their Saturday game against New Trier was cancelled..



Broncos pound Buffalo Grove for win No. 500

Barrington has been playing football since 1924. Last Friday night, the Broncos won the 500th game in school history.

Barrington routed Buffalo Grove 42-0 for the milestone win on Friday night at Barrington Community Stadium. It took a week long than they would have liked, but the Broncos bounced back from a tough loss to Warren in the season opener to dominate the Bison from whistle to whistle.

Quarterback Tommy Fitzpatrick led the offense, going 11-for-15 passing for 211 yards and three touchdown passes, and he also added a rushing TD. The Broncos’ defense pitched a shutout while recording five sacks and an interception and holding BG to nine yards rushing.

Barrington hosts New Trier in its next game on Sept. 13 at 7:30 pm at Barrington Community Stadium.



Pioneer Press: Tommy Fitzpatrick helps Barrington rout Buffalo Grove for 500th win

Daily Herald: Barrington blanks Buffalo Grove for 500th win

GridIrons: Video Highlights


How the other teams fared:

- The JV Broncos (2-0) routed Palatine 42-7.

- Freshmen Red beat Buffalo Grove 38-26.

- Freshmen White play on Monday against Lake Park.

- The Varsity Killer Bs were idle.



Broncos drop opener to Warren

Barrington's quest for the 500th win in program history will have to wait at least another week.

The Broncos lost their season opener, 16-6, on Friday night at Warren in a defensive slugfest.

Warren jumped out to a 10-0 first-quarter lead and the struggling Barrington offense didn't get on the scoreboard until the fourth quarter, when QB Tommy Fitzpatrick hit WR E.J. Darlington for a 20-yard scoring strike.

Fitzpatrick threw for 219 yards, Darlington finished with seven catches for 101 yards and Quinn Ketel rushed for 81 yards to pace Barrington. Defensively, LB Dayven Shinhoster led Barrington with 12 tackles, while S Adam Brokke accounted for 11. Lukas Van Nell had three tackles for loss.

Barrington's next chance to join the 500-win club will be Friday night, Sept. 6, against Buffalo Grove at Barrington Stadium.



Pioneer Press: Quinn Ketel shows 'heart' as key member of Barrington's backfield

Daily Herald: Warren makes statement with win over Barrington

NBC Chicago: Video Highlights


How the other teams fared in their openers against Warren:

- The JV Broncos won a thriller, 13-7.

- The Freshmen Red team took one on the chin in a 34-0 loss.

- The Varsity Killer Bs destroyed the Devils, 38-0.




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