Pinkerton took first place for the day and earned the maximum 4 points.
Pinkerton takes a win
In Manchester Saturday, the JV Astros were seeded first, earning a bye for the first round of Baker by bowling two Standard games of 669 and 675, for a total of 1,344. Alexandria Albano scored a 127 and 140.
Brianna Murphy bowled games of 90 and 118. Natalie Fabrizio shot games of 178 and 116 and Austin Caux bowled standard games of 145 and 146. Anchor Jordan Caux bowled games of 129 and 155. Ritziko Linzi scored 151 and 92 and joined the JV team for their Baker matches.
The JV team defeated second-seeded Goffstown in two games, 108-88 and 151-98, finishing first on the day.
Astros happy with tie
Pinkerton's Unified Basketball tied Alvirne Feb. 4, 56-56.
Jess Farnan’s 18 points paced the Astros' offensive outburst. Keesha Myette and Phil Celeste also scored in double digits. Tyler Brand's hustle and defensive play provided a spark.
Great sportsmanship was shown by Amanda Szostak, Morgan Donahue, Morgan Hazelton, Taylor Ferdinando and Courtney Collins.
Lancers are victorious
The Lancers unified basketball team got back in the win column with a home victory over Milford, 56-44
Astros fall to 6-4
The varsity Astros fell to Manchester Central, 84-42, Feb. 3.
Jeremy Dietzel had 13 points and David Faulks putting up 11 points.
The loss dropped the Astros to 6-4.
Pinkerton loses to Merrimack
Merrimack dominated the Astros last week, 60-41.
Pinkerton was led by David Faulks with 9 points and 8 rebounds.
Lancers take two
The Lancer varsity topped Keene, 84-40, Jan. 29. All 12 players scored in the balanced attack.
In a matchup of 7-2 teams Londonderry and Pinkerton played an up-tempo game at the LHS gym Jan. 31. Londonderry got out to a large lead and coasted home for a 70-41 win.
Pinkerton comes up short
The JV Astros dropped one to Manchester Central, 73-55.
Leading the way for Pinkerton were Ben Curry with 9 points, Alex Colletti with 8 points, and Matthew Westcott and Ben Olson, each with 7 points.