Hanover shuts down Astros
The varsity couldn’t find the back of the net and suffered their third straight loss by a score of 3-0 in Hanover.
Brian Kling, Dustin Beamon, and Chris Horan played well in defeat, according to coach Kerry Boles.
Pinkerton breaks streak
On Oct. 4, the Astros managed to break their three game loosing streak.
The team got two goals and an assist from Ryan Williams while Devin Moore added one goal and one assist as the Astros snapped their three game losing streak. Playing well for the Astros were Brian Kling, Matt Dunn, John Hamilton and Josh Johnston.
Hanover trumps Pinkerton
The junior varsity team also had trouble finding the back of the net in a double overtime 0-1 loss to Hanover. The team played well and hand many scoring opportunities. Kyle Hicks, Zack Bell, and Alex Ebner played hard in the midfield and moved the ball well to give the Astros those chances. Eric Werner and Tom Diskin each made key saves to keep Astros in the game.
Pinkerton shuts out Nashua
On Oct. 4 the junior varsity boys got back on track defeating Nashua North 7-0. Another solid defensive showing from Jake Konstant, Tyler Wilson, Matt O’Brien and Jake Coviello held North to only 4 shots on the day. Eric Werner and Tom Diskin earned their 9th shutout of the season.
Six minutes in Zack Bell assisted Chris Ronan for the first goal of the game to get the Astros started. Cody Anshewitz then scored on a beautiful 30 yard shot that went upper 90, assisted by Tyler Wilson. Zack Bell, Alex Ebner, Arlo Wetherbee, Sean Donohue, and Kyle Hicks each added a goal for the win.
Frosh team ties in Hanover
The Pinkerton boys’ freshmen soccer team battled to a 3-3 tie in wet and rainy conditions on Monday.