For Pinkerton, Justin Scott had 20 kills and 2 blocks. Zach Sanford had 14 kills, 5 blocks and 4 aces. Cooper Williams had 9 kills and 8 service points.
Kyle Heidler had 31 assists and 12 service points. German Terrero had 17 digs.
JV Astros fall
The JV Astros won the first game, 25-18, and lost the next two, 24-26 and 10-15, at Keene.
Pinkerton tops Souhegan
The JV Astros beat Souhegan, 3–0, by scores of 25-14, 25-18, 17-15.
Setters Noah Jarvis and Brad Dubisz did a great job.
Pinkerton loses to Bedford
The Astro girls track team lost a close meet to Bedford, 71-66. The Lady Astros had three double winners at the meet.
Kayla Watson won her specialty, the shot put, and then added a victory in a new event, the discus throw. Michaela Blackwell won both the long and triple jumps, and also placed second in the 200 meters.
Morgan Sansing proved she can run both long and fast by winning both the 1600 and 3200 meter runs. Several athletes made big improvements in their events, including Amanda Kiley, 800 meters; Nora Roberts, 300 hurdles; Emily Zoltko, shot put; and Brianna Warnick, high jump.
Unified Astros take meet
In their first home meet of the season, the unified track team won the day with 35 points, topping Oyster River with 24 points and Epping with 9 points.
In the 100m, Keesha Myette, Amanda Clark and Jess Barlow scored major points. For the boys 100m, Tyler Brand and Brandon Rugg placed first and second.
Brandon Rugg also placed first in the shot put with a throw over 23 feet. In the long jump, the girls swept the event taking first through fourth place. Amanda Fleming, Toni Goucher, Bethany Zinka, Amanda Clark, Jess Barlow and Keesha Myette did well.
The camaraderie and sportsmanship between teams was evident as they cheered each other on to personal records and great races.
Pinkerton tops Bedford