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February 13, 2014

SPORTS ROUNDUP

(Continued)

Merrimack tops Astros

Pinkerton lost to Merrimack Friday, 63-41.

Pinkerton was led by Tom Olson with 10 points.

Freshman

Close game for Astros

The freshman Astros fought hard, but fell to Goffstown Saturday, 57-49.

After a rough first quarter, the Astros settled into a productive game. Ryan Sigman had a season high 18 points and 6 rebounds.

Girls

Varsity

Pinkerton moves to 10-1

The Lady Astros ran their record to 10-1 with a 52-31 victory over Manchester Central.

Kayla Stacy had 14 points in the victory. Sara McLeman had a solid day on the boards.

Astros roll over Merrimack

The Lady Astros ran their record to 11-1 with a 61-31 victory over Merrimack.

Kayla Stacy had 16 points, followed by 9 for Colleen Fortier. Andrea Albrecht and Sara McLeman had solid defensive games.

Lady Lancers roll on

The Lady Lancers defeated Keene Jan. 29 to go to 8-0. Returning home for a showdown with rival Pinkerton Academy at LHS on Jan. 31 between two undefeated teams proved to be the defensive battle that most predicted. Pinkerton prevailed in the end, 53-49.

JV

The JV Lady Astros lost to Central, 36-34, in a very close game.

At the end of the game, Chloe Pacocha, Madi Lolicata, Courtney Velho and Molly Warriner were huge contributors for Pinkerton on both ends. With one second on the clock, Central hit a buzzer beater from an out-of-bounds play.

Freshman

Little Green tops Astros

The freshman Lady Astros lost to Manchester Central, 43-24.

Brianna Chabot and Lexi Wells led the way for the Astros, with 8 points and 6 points respectively. There was good rebounding from Maria Virga and Sara Neild showed good leadership.

Bedford dominates Astros

The freshman Astros lost to Bedford last week, 52-20.

Brianna Chabot had 13 points for Pinkerton and Alivia Connors at 4 points. Sara Neild was solid on defense for the Astros.

Pinkerton takes Goffstown

On Saturday, the freshman Lady Astros topped Goffstown, 36-11. Lexi Wells had 11 points and Brianna Eldredge had 10. There was a good transition from defense to offense from Cami Preble, Brianna Chabot and Sara Neild.

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