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May 2, 2013

SPORTS ROUNDUP

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Playing well on defense for the Astros were Sean Conroy, Brett Connal and Ryan Burke. Cam Hayward had 6 saves in net.

Pinkerton blanks Memorial

The varsity Astros blanked Memorial’s Crusaders and scored 21 on their way to the victory.

Multiple Astros scored, including the return of junior attackman Evan Sweeney.

Astros defeat Exeter

The Astros scored 4 in the first and third quarters and added a single tally in the second and 2 in the fourth for an 11–7 win over Exeter. Brett Dattilo won 17 of 19 faceoffs.

Concord falls

Pinkerton varsity netkeeper Cam Hayward had 9 saves and Nick Richard had 2 saves, while Dom Corsetto added 5 goals for a 13–2 win over Concord.

Astros keep rolling

Against Hanover, Astro Kenny Sturgess had 7 saves and Brett Dattilo won 17 of 19 faceoffs as the Astros scored 6 in the third quarter for an 11–5 win.

Pinkerton takes BC High

At Boston College High School, Pinkerton’s Cam Hayward had 6 saves and Kenny Sturgess had 5. Josh Gallant added 4 goals for the 8–6 win.

JV

Pinkerton holds off Salem

The JV Astros beat a scrappy Salem team, 4–1. Pinkerton’s Giovani Corsetto and Joe Tagliateli had 2 goals apiece.

Six wasn’t enough

The JV Astros hosted Bishop Guertin and put 6 goals in net.

But it was not enough; Pinkerton lost, 8–6.

Scoring for Pinkerton were Giovani Corsetto, Mason Marchard, Owen Holland, Steve Tewksbury and Sam Ward.

Astros top Exeter

The JV Astros defeated Exeter, 6-4. Playing well for the Astros were Steve Tewksbury, Sam Ward and Mason Barchard.

Definitive win for Pinkerton

Pinkerton’s JV crushed Concord, 11-1.

Scoring for the winners were Noah Robinson, Thompson Upham Davis, Nick Richards and John Ducant.

Astros come close

The JV astros took on Boston College High and quickly found themselves down 5–1. They were able to fight back and with 2 minutes left in the game, were only down 1.

Pinkerton couldn’t overcome that last goal and lost, 9–7. Playing well in the loss were Jack Hanaway, Mason Barchard, Peter Sweaney and John Durant.

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