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January 10, 2013

SPORTS ROUNDUP

WRESTLING

Pinkerton B team finishes fifth

The Pinkerton B team competed in the Annual Winnisquam Winter Classic on Jan. 5.

The team finished fifth scoring 88 points. The tournament was won by Plymouth High School and Concord High’s B team

finished second.

John Durant won a silver medal. Ben Trickett and Tyler Wilson brought home bronze medals.

Keygan Nacos, Nick Messina and Bryan Sullivan finished fourth.

BOWLING

Varsity

Astros roll to top finish

Pinkerton bowlers came out on top of a five-school meet recently.

The Astros also broke another record, top team series in standard scoring (two games) with an outstanding 2,092. This will be a top score for quite a while. The average for each teammate was 209 for both games.

Primo Lombardi bowled a 184 and 185, Raina Stobbs had 181 and 224, Ben Campbell bowled 215 and 182, Zakk Salvo finished with 222 and 213, and Nick Stilian had a 276 first game of 10 strikes and a second game of 210.

JV

Jr. Astros finish on top

In a five-school meet, Pinkerton’s JV team finished first.

Alexandria Albano bowled a 154 and 97; Natalie Fabrizio had a 136 and 162. Whitney Leyland had 140 and 140; Mike Komisarek bowled 169 and 160. Andy Stock had 204 and 164.

Extra bowlers were Ritziko Linzi with 97 and 144, and Jordan Caux with 119 and 69.

SWIMMING

Boys

Astros finish third

At the Holiday Invitational, the Pinkerton boys finished in third place, just 3 points behind runnerup Exeter and Bishop Guertin.

The 400 free relay of junior Nick Bergstrom, junior Andreas Harb, freshman Bernard Suwirjo and sophomore Hendrick Suwirjo claimed the title. Finishing second in the 200 Individual Medley was Nick Bergstrom.

Qualifying for states in the 100 yard Breaststroke was freshman Evan Boisse.

Girls

Pinkerton swims to win

At the Holiday Invitational over the holiday break, the Pinkerton girls Swimming took on 19 schools from across the state. The Astros finished in first place, beating last year’s state champion Dover by 3 points. This was the first ever Holiday Invitational title for the girls.

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