, Derry, New Hampshire


September 13, 2012





Pinkerton shut out Alvirne Sept. 5, 3-0.

Astro goals came from Tim wood, Cameron Burke and Owen Murray. Brian Kling, Devin Moore and Josh Johnston all had assists.

Alex Horan had 4 saves in goal.

“We’ve been making improvements each time we take the field thus far,” coach Kerry Boles said. “This is a very encouraging sign as we face some mighty opponents in the upcoming weeks. Let’s hope we continue to make progress as we move through the season.”

Astros stop Blackbirds

On Sept. 7, the Astros traveled to Keene and topped the Blackbirds, 6-4.

Owen Murray and Devin Moore scored 2 goals each. Phil lErner and Josh Johnston added single tallies. Brian Kling and Chris Horan played well.


Jr. Astros enter with a roar

The first game of the year for JV Astros was a good one. Pinkerton held Bishop Guertin scoreless, 8-0.

The whole team was involved throughout the entire game. Great efforts from Kyle Hicks and Jake Konstant led to a shutout victory for goalies Eric Werner and Tommy Diskin. Freshman Sean Donohue turned in an excellent performance, leading the team with 2 goals and 2 assists.

Pinkerton defeats Memorial

On Sept. 4, the junior Astros topped Memorial , 3-1.

Zack Bell, Cody Anshewitz and Kyake Alves each scored goals. Assists came from Kyle Hicks, Alex Ebner and Brett Cherbonneau.

Jr. Astros move to 3-0

The JV Astros beat Winnacunnet, 1-0, to move to 3-0 on the season.

Pinkerton came out strong with a goal by Kyle Hicks seven minutes into the game. For the next 70 minutes, the JV Astros continued to attack, getting 19 shots on net.

Great individual performances were turned in by Chris Ronan and Jacob Coviello.

Pinkerton tops Keene

The junior Astros passed a true test playing a tough Keene squad that was 4-0 going into the game Sept. 7.

Pinkerton’s boys proved they were up to the task by defeating Keene 3-1 in regulation time. They started off strong with a goal in the 12th minute by Zack Bell from Cody Anshewitz and never let up.

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