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February 6, 2014

SPORTS ROUNDUP

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BASKETBALL

Girls

Varsity

Lancers crush Central

The Lady Lancers remained undefeated with a win over Manchester Central Jan. 24, 82-34. Casey Evans was high scorer for the Lancers.

The team record stands at 7-0.

Astros improve to 8-0

The Lady Astros traveled to Keene and won, 59-39, to improve to 8-0 on the season.

Brandi Bonneau had 15 in the win, followed by Marissa Stacy with 13. Andrea Albrecht was dominant on the defensive boards.

Pinkerton falls to Winnacunnet

The Lady Astros lost their frist game of the season to Winnacunnet, 44-40. Brandi Bonneau had 9 points in the loss, followed by Kayla Stacy with 8.

Londonderry wins another

On Jan. 27, Londonderry Lady Lancers defeated Dover on the road, 50-32, to up its record to 8-0.

JV

Young Astros dominate

The JV Lady Astros outplayed Keene, 60-20.

Taylor Frost played extremely well in the post, scoring 17 points. Molly Warriner and Courtney Velho were right behind her with points. Defensively, Julia Bosquet stepped up.

Pinkerton drops one

The JV Lady Astros lost to Winnacunnet, 54-41.

Top scorer was Taylor Frost with 12. Molly Warriner, Sam Davis and Chloe Pacocha helped offensively as well.

Boys

Varsity

Lancers are down, then up

The varsity Lancers suffered a tough home defeat to Manchester Central, 68-49, but bounced back with a home victory over Dover, 51-40.

The team record now stands at 6-2.

Freshman

Memorial rolls over Astros

The freshman Astros boys ran into some stiff competition against Memorial, losing 84-45.

Matt Richard once again had a productive night with 10 points.

Unified Basketball

Astros fall to Nashua North

Pinkerton's Unified Basketball team traveled to Nashua North for a tough loss, 38-28.

Adam LaPierre and Tyler Brand played solid games on the offensive end. Phil Celeste had a good all-around game and Morgan Hazelton, Amamnda Szostak, Morgan Donahue and Tyler Ferdinando all contributed.

Pinkerton hangs tough

The Astros lost a hard fought contest to Nashua South, 46-40.

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