Londonderry girls triumph
In a home meet on Jan. 24, the Lancer girls swim team swept their opponents, defeating Keene 129-25, Wilton/Lyndeborough 130-21, Nashua North 112-54, Milford 122-27.
Astro boys, girls sweep
The Astros hosted Keene, Winacunnet and Timberlane. The boys moved to 15-4 with scores of: Pinkerton 119, Keene 33; Pinkerton 109, Winnacunnet 55; Pinkerton 123, Timberlane 26.
Pinkerton girls moved to 14-3-1 with scores of: Pinkerton 112, Keene 32; Pinkerton 110, Winnacunnet 57; Pinkerton 95, Timberlane 72.
Double inners included Hannah Terry in the 200 Free and 100 Butterfly and Andreas Harb in the 100 Backstroke and 200 Individual Medley.
First-time qualifiers for the state meet were: seniors Julia Donahue in the 50 free and Kevin Vail in the 100 Breaststroke; junior Austin Walls in the 50 free; and freshman Laura Stanieich in the 50 free.
The Pinkerton boys indoor track team traveled to Dartmouth College to compete in the Division I state championship on Sunday and came away victorious for the third year in a row.
The 4x800 team of Nick White, Matt Robinson, Sam Lanternier and Owen Clark took second place. Zach Cicio took first in the 55 meter dash and won the 300. Phil Parent won the 3000.
Nolan Cooney and Noah Davis took second and fifth in the 1000. Connor Kwiecien won the 600 meter and Ryan Lynch was fourth. The 4x400 meter relay team of Zach Cicio, Ryan Lynch, Joe Poggi and Connor Kwiecien took first place. The 4x200 team of James Toohey, Connor Kwiecien, TJ Urbanik and Zach Cicio finished fifth.
John Davis took a third in the shotput with his best throw of the season. TJ Urbanik placed third in the high jump and sixth in the long jump.
The team scored a total of 87 points outdistancing second place Bedford with 44.
Pinkerton takes fifth
The Lady Astros went to the Division 1 championship Sunday and finished fifth.
The 4x800 team consisting of Haley McMullen, Erin Coutts, Danika Ashness, and Veronica Sullivan performed well. Morgan Sansing won the 3000 and Ariel Vaillancourt was second. They both doubled in the 1500, where Ariel was third and Morgan was right behind.