Jake Konstant added another on a direct kick from half to put Pinkerton up 2-0 five minutes into the second half.
Kayake Alves showed why as a freshmen he in on the JV team by running through a defender and the goalie to finish the day off with an insurance goal.
Goalies Tom Diskin and Eric Werner allowed only one goal on 14 shots.
Frosh open with shutout
The freshman Astro boys hosted Memorial in their season-opener and came away with the 5–0 win.
Ryan Forkey scored 2 goals and Jordan Pariseau had a goal and an assist. Defensively, John Durant and Stuart Graves were solid and held their opponents to no shots in the second half.
Dave Remington and Andrew Brochu each with a goal. Devon Nordelus, Ben Curry, John Dipersio and Kevin Johnson each had an assist.
Young Astros take a tie
The freshman soccer team played to a 0-0 tie against a strong Hollis-Brookline squad. Pinkerton dominated a physically bigger Hollis-Brookline team. The Hollis-Brookline goalie came up with some incredible saves to salvage the tie for his team.
Astros John Durant and Cody Gadsby led the freshman with strong defensive performances. Ryan Forkey, Andrew Brochu and Jason Flood all played extremely well.
Pinkerton shuts out Portsmouth
The freshman boys defeated Portsmouth, 6-0, Sept. 7. The team was dominant from the start and never let up.
Stuart Graves got the scoring started with a great header off a corner from Ben Curry. John Dipersio then put away the rebound from a shot by Andrew Brochu. Brad Ross finished a penalty shot due to a Portsmouth hand ball in the box. Ryan Forkey added one and Andrew Brochu scored twice to round out the scoring.
It was another great effort defensively by John Durant and Cody Gadsby.
Astros finish third