The varsity placed second behind Souhegan. Chris Poggi (16:07) was the first Astro across the line in fourth place. He was followed by Pat Chabot (sixth), Sean Kopetz (13th), Phil Parent (17th), Nick Pietrocarlo (18th), Connor Kwiecien (21st), and Joe Poggi (23rd).
Astros take first
The JV Astros earned first place Saturday in Pelham with a score of 27.
Matt Robinson placed first in a time of 16:54. He was followed by Austin Smith, Owen Clark, Nick Sevilla, Getachew Silva, Nate Rrees and Ryan Lynch to round out the top seven.
Wrapping up with a win
The Pinkerton Trailblazers finished out their regular season competition with a win over three other teams at Phillips Exeter Academy.
Team scores were Pinkerton with 24, Exeter with 49, Keene with 65 and Spaulding with 105.
The win brought the Trailblazers’ record to 6-1 on the season.
Leading the way for the team was Ariel Vailcourt, who placed second in the race with an impressive 18:31 on the 2.9-mile course.
The Trailblazers also captured spots fourth through seventh in the meet with strong performances by Felicia Dowling, Taylor Lacey, Danika Ashness and Haley McMullen, allowing the team to take the win easily.
Astros win on Senior Day
The varsity Lady Astros hosted Bedford on Senior Day on Oct. 10.
Pinkerton took a 1-0 halftime score and extended it to a 6-3 final.
Nicole Yannalfo (2), Julie Saltamartini (2), Brooke Dorval, and Kaylie DeCosmo scored goals on assists from Nicole Yannalfo (2), Kaylie DeCosmo and Rachael Charewicz. Jordan Dudley had 4 saves in net.
Jr. Astros win short game
The JV Lady Astros beat Bedford last week, 1-0, in a shortened game.
Elizabeth Tveter scored the lone goal while Abbey Doherty made 2 key saves.
The JV team finished the season 12-0-2, with one goal allowed all season and 11 shutouts.
Pinkerton had a great showing in the 14-team JV tournament. The Lady Astros were the only team to go 4-0 in round robin, allowing no goals against.