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February 13, 2014

SPORTS ROUNDUP

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ALPINE SKIING

Astros ski well

Pinkerton's boys and girls ski teams traveled to Sunapee to go against Bishop Guertin, Exeter, Keene, Dover, Merrimack, Spaulding and Londonderry.

The girls took third in giant slalom and first in slalom. The boys took second in the giant slalom and first in slalom.

Host Astros do OK

The Astro ski teams hosted Concord, Central, Memorial, West, North, South, Timberlane and Bedford at Crotched Mountain.

The Astro boys took second place and the girls ended up in third place, just one point behind Concord.

The top places for the Astros are listed below. There were 59 girls who raced and 71 boys who raced.

Lancers score at Gunstock

The LHS boys and girls alpine ski team competed on a ski meet Jan. 30 at Gunstock.

The Lancers competed against Pinkerton, Exeter, Spaulding, Dover, and Bishop Guertin.

Jaiden Evarts was the high female finisher for Londonderry in the slalom, finishing eighth overall. Keith Foley was the high male finisher for Londonderry in the slalom, finishing sixth.

GYMNASTICS

Astros top Salem, Keene

Pinkerton won a meet with Salem and Keene with a season high of 138.5 against Salem's 127.9, and Keene's 85.0.

Leading the way for the Astros was senior captain Kaylee Pacunas. She swept the bars, beam, floor, and all-around title.

Junior captain Brittany Capozzi took second in the all-around, second on the vault and floor, and third on bars and beam. Freshman standout Kylie Muzerall took second on the floor and fourth on vault.

Sophomore Jackie Bogaczyk took second on beam.

Lady Lancers fly high

The Lady Lancers came in first place in a home meet Jan. 28. The Lancers finished ahead of Manchester Central, Milford, Souhegan, Campbell, Machester Memorial, and Manchester West.

ICE HOCKEY

Varsity

Exeter skates over Astros

Pinkerton lost to Exeter, 5-1, last week. Exeter struck first at 9:33 of the first, but the Astros answered as Ryan Monte put one home and Ethan Landry rebound to tie it. Exeter scored the next four goals and Pinkerton was not able to answer.

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