Other top performers included: Nicholas Bergstrom, second 50 freestyle, fourth 100 freestyle, second 200 freestyle relay, second 400 freestyle relay; Andreas Harb, second 100 freestyle, fourth 100 backstroke, second 200 freestyle relay, second 400 freestyle relay; Hendrick Suwirjo, second 200 freestyle, second 400 freestyle, second 200 freestyle relay, second 400 freestyle relay; Zachary Denbow, second 200 individual medley, second 100 breaststroke, third 200 medley relay, second 400 freestyle relay.
Pinkerton tops Concord
On Jan. 9, the Pinkerton boys took on Concord at home and came away victorious, 90-21.
Winners in the meet included Matt Robinson in the 1000, Mark Davey in the 600, Devin Conway in the 300, Owen Clark in the 1500, John Davis in the shot put, TJ Urbanik in the high jump and Mark Hanlon in the long jump.
Impressive showing for Astros
Over the weekend, the Astro boys headed up to Dartmouth for the Dartmouth Relays. The relays are one of the most competitive indoor track meets in the country and Pinkerton was well represented.
Sophomore Nolan Cooney broke the school’s sophomore record in the 1000 to take a sixth place in the meet. Connor Kwiecien took an impressive third in the 600, running the second fastest time in school history. Finally, the 4x400 meter relay team took third place and were the fastest team in New Hampshire.
Pinkerton runs away from Concord
The Pinkerton girls team hosted Concord Jan. 9 for a dual meet and ran away with the win, 74-13.
The standout performance of the night was Michaela Blackwell, jumping 16 feet 4.4 inches in the long jump, winning first. She is ranked third in Division I right now. She also placed first in the high jump, 4 feet 10 inches, and second in the 300, 47.4.
Aeriela Thornton and Jacqui Wyka were second and third in the long jump, both with jumps of 14 feet 6 inches.
Nora-Ann Robichaud placed second in the hurdles with a 10.2 and Emily Hallee placed third with a 10.4.