Also running very strong races for the Trailblazers were Taylor Lacey, who finished second for the team with a time of 20:28 making her the 13th fastest Division I girl on the day. Kaila Cote also ran a strong performance with a time of 21:13. Ariel Vaillancourt and Danika Ashness rounded out the scoring team for the Trailblazers.
Team scores were: 1. Coe-Brown, 77; 2. Champlain Valley, 82; 3. Glastonbury, 100; 4. Simsbury, 115; 5. Souhegan, 147; 6. Oyster River, 149; 7. Bishop Guertin, 153; 8. Conard, 167; 9. Pinkerton, 173; 10. Essex, 179.
Trailblazers do well at Elite
In the JV race, the Trailblazers ran just four runners, so were not able to score in the event.
Veronica Sullivan was the first Trailblazer in, earning a medal, finishing 16th out of 259 in the race with a personal best of 22:04 at Derryfield. Other strong performances came from Amanda Kiley, Vivienne Rouge, and Olivia Tracy.
Pinkerton’s freshman team had an outstanding day, winning the freshmen race with a low score of 35 points.
First in for the Trailblazers, running the fifth fastest time by a freshmen ever on 2.1-mile course was Sara Muller with a time of 13:58.
Also making the all-time fastest freshmen list with the sixth and seventh fastest times on the course were Sadie Farnsworth and Samantha Mangano, who ran 14:04 and 14:06, respectively. Danielle Tompkins and Kirsten Monteforte made up the scoring team for the freshmen.
Team scores: 1. Pinkerton, 35; 2. Londonderry, 59; 3. Hanover, 126; 4. Alvirne, 131; 5. Timberlane, 136; 6. Nashua North, 163; 7. Greely, 180; 8. Goffstown, 183; 9. Manchester Memorial, 195; 10. Burlington, 213.
Astros shut out Concord
The varsity Lady Astros blanked Concord Sept. 23, 3-0.
Haley Harrington, Erin Johnston and Kaylie DeCosmo scored for the Astros. Assists came from Sam Day, Elizabeth Tveter and Jessica Cote.
Jordan Dudley had four saves in net.
Jessica McCully, Gabby Guerard and Samantha Day played aggressively for the Astros.
Pinkerton earns a win
The JV Lady Astros also came away with the win on Monday, 1–0. Mackenzie Pierce, Emily Moser, and Kristina Santuccio all played well.