, Derry, New Hampshire


March 6, 2014



At the Division I Individual State Championship, Pinkerton bowlers continued bowling well. Raina Stobbs won the Individual State Championship, Andrew Stock took third place and Natalie Fabrizio was first place in the Medal Flight round.



Astros skate over Lancers

Pinkerton topped Londonderry, 4-2, in a tough matchup.

Astro sophomore Tyler Poole had 2 power-play goals and junior Ethan Landry had 3 assists to lead the Astros. Junior Brendan Murphy made 29 saves in the win. Joe McGrath had 27 saves in net for the Lancers.

Pinkerton blanks Bishop Brady

Pinkerton Academy shut out Bishop Brady, 7-0. Senior Bailey Walsh (2 goals, 2 assists) and junior Gio Corsetto (1 goal, 3 assists) paced the offense. Senior Sean Hall had 16 saves for the shutout.

Sean Hall had 16 saves.

Astros fall to Blue Devils

Pinkerton Academy battled hard, but came up short against Salem, 2-1. The Astros got out to an early lead on a power play goal as Ethan Landry punched home a Tyler Poole shot, but Salem scored the next two unanswered to skate away with the win. Brendan Murphy stood tall in net making 18 saves for the Astros. Pinkerton wraps up the regular season hosting Bishop Brady Sat night at the den. 1st period: PA goal (PP) :32 Ethan landry assisted by Gio Corsetto and Tyler Poole 2nd period: Salem goal 7:34 Cody Soucy assisted by Paul Antkowiak and Matt Hayes 3rd period: Salem goal 1:23 Cody Soucy assisted by Alex Rina PA saves: Brendan Murphy 18 Salem saves: Sam Macdonald 21

PA defeats Brady on senior night, finishes season 8-8-2...

Pinkerton Academy wrapped up the regular season with a convincing 10-4 defeat of Bishop Brady on Saturday night at the

den. Pinkerton was led by junior Gio Corsetto who tallied a goal and four assists. Junior Ryan Monte, Ethan Landry and senior Bailey Walsh each chipped in with two goals while junior Ryan Day, Tyler Poole, and freshman Zach Pendenza had two assists. Congratulations to class of 2014 seniors Tyler Prendergast, Bailey Walsh, Ryan Christie, Mike Bellmore, Sean Hall, and Kenny Chamberlain.

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