Barrington scores 35 unanswered points to top Fremd

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Barrington 35, Fremd 21

THE SKINNY

Fremd (4-2) took a 14-0 lead in the first quarter, but Barrington (5-1) came back in the second sharper and tougher, scoring 21 points in the quarter and 35 total unanswered points.

TURNING POINT

On the Broncos’ second completion, quarterback Daniel Kubiuk completed a 33-yard touchdown pass to junior Dylan Bingham on a seam route. The team never looked back after that, scoring twice more in the second quarter to lead 21-14 at halftime.

THE STAR

After a shaky start, Barrington’s Kubiuk led his team to victory both on the ground and in the air. The senior scored three times in the game: once in the air to Bingham and twice on the ground with 21-yard and 34-yard touchdown runs. Kubiuk had 66 yards rushing on six carries and went 8-for-17 passing with 95 yards for the game.

BY THE NUMBERS

Barrington had 299 rushing yards and 133 passing yards in the game. In the first quarter, the Broncos only had 41 yards rushing and 3 yards passing. Three Barrington interceptions in the second half — two by junior Scotty Miller and one by senior Nick Coy — killed Fremd drives in Barrington territory. With 9:36 left in the fourth quarter, the game was delayed for over 90 minutes due to lightning.

QUOTABLE

“We came out a little sluggish. We just didn’t have the start we wanted. … We were hyped up and we figured it out in the second quarter. This was a huge win for us and it gives us a lot of momentum in the conference.” — Kubiuk

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