Matt Marchman led the offense with a double. Ryan Day and Brandon Paquin each had a base hit as well.
Jr. Astros roll
Pinkerton’s JV topped Timberlane 18-0.
John Polishetti pitched a 1-hit game through 6 innings. Chace Spears had a double, triple and 5 RBIs to lead the offense. Eric Werner, Tucker Obrey and Steve Hall each added 2 hits.
Pinkerton tops Spaulding
The JV Astros scored one run in the first. Ben Curry pitched 1-hit ball and struck out 5 in 6 innings, helping the Astros to the 5–1 win.
Tucker Obrey, Kyle Albertelli and Ben Curry all had 2 hits to lead the offense.
Astros hold off Exeter
The JV Astros had key hits from Steve Hall, Tucker Obrey and Joey Murphy in a 4-run first inning as the Astros held on for the 9–6 win over Exeter.
Eric Werner, John Polichetti and Murphy all had key defensive plays for the Astros.
Make that 5 in a row
The JV Astros won their fifth straight game, beating Merrimack, 10–3.
John Polichetti pitched 5 innings to get the win and Spencer Chapman pitched 2 perfect innings to close the game. Steve Hall had a triple and 2 RBIs in the win.
Pinkerton’s JV came back from a 3–0 deficit to beat the Crimson Tide, 5-4, in 8 innings.
Kyle Albertelli had 2 hits and the game winner. Spencer Chapman got the win with one strong inning of relief while starter Ben Curry pitched a solid 7 innings.
Astros lose first game
Despite a 3-hit, 5-strikeout, and 0 earned run performance by Chace Spears, the JV Astros lost their first game of the year, 5–1, to the Blue Devils. Eric Werner got the lone Astros hit and run in the sixth inning.
High-scoring win for Astros
The freshman Astros held on and beat Winnacunnet, 12-11.
Zach Sullivan had a great game defensively behind the plate and also went 4 for 5.