Pinkerton races to first
The Pinkerton boys cross-country team traveled to Hudson for a quad meet last week and won with 25.
Among the top 10 finishers were: 1. Phil Parent, 16:17; 4. Owen Clark, 16:56; 5. Tom Hanlon, 16:58; 6. Connor Kwiecien, 16:59; 9. Nick Pietrocarlo, 17:09.
Rounding out the Astro’s top seven were Austin Smith and Nick Sevilla.
Pinkerton starts at 3-0
The Pinkerton girls competed in their first regular season competition against Alvirne, Merrimack and Concord.
The Pinkerton Trailblazers took first with 23 points, starting the season off with a record of 3-0. Taking first overall in the meet was Ariel Vaillancourt with a time of 19:08. Second in for Pinkerton and third overall was Morgan Sansing with a time of 19:20. Haley McMullen and Taylor Lacey ran strong races also, with times of 20:03 and 20:19. Rounding out the scorers was freshmen Sadie Farnsworth with a time of 20:56.
Lady Astros dominate Keene
The varsity Lady Astros hosted Keene on Sept. 11 and won, 6-1.
Goals were scored by Kaylie DeCosmo (4), Elizabeth Tveter and Laura Moran. Assists were from Julie Saltamartini (4) and Samantha Day.
Cecelia Sciuto, Mario Aiello, Elizabeth Tveter and Haley Harrington played well for the Astros.
Pinkerton shuts out Keene
The JV Lady Astros rolled over Keene last week, 9-0.
Maddie Lolicate had 4 goals, Delany Conway had 2 goals and 2 assists, Morgan Donahue and Amanda Thomas each had 1 goal in the victory.
Astros fall to N. Andover
The freshman Lady Astros lost to North Andover last week, 3-2. The team goal was to be more aggressive in the circle and they were. Sarah Nowick scored both goals for the Astros, both in the second half.
Astros lose a close one
On Sept. 9, the JV Astros hosted Bedford in their season opener. The Astros lost, 12-8.
The game was very close. Pinkerton came down to Bedford’s 25-yard line and were stopped with 40 seconds to go in the game.