Bela Fast won the 55m dash, earning a personal record of 7.8, placed third in the 300m with a 50.0, also raced in the 4x200. Aeriela Thornton won second with 7.9.
Jacqui Wyka (3:33), Haley McMullen (3:34), and Danika Ashness (3:35) placed first through third in the 1000m.
Kristen Sobolewski(1:57.1) PR, Melanie Roberge (1:59.2), and Veronica Sullivan (1:59.4) placed 1st through 3rd in the 600.
Erin Coutts doubled placing 1st in the 300 with .47 and ran in the 4x400 relay.
Olivia Tracy (5:38.6), Sam Mangano (5:40.7), and Kaila Cote (5:43.3) placed first through third in the 1500.
Kayla Watson threw 32 feet 4.75 inches and Sophie Rouge threw 27 feet 5.25 inches, earning first and third in the shot put.
In high jump, Jacque Greazzo and Shannon Farias tied for third with jumps a 4 feet 4 inches.
The Astros worked well to push each other and work toward the open-meet times that will keep them moving forward in the season.
Pinkerton girls shine in Dartmouth relays
Nine Pinkerton female athletes participated in the Dartmouth Relays this weekend.
Michaela Blackwell, Aeriela Thornton, and Bela Fast all took part in the 55 M dash in training for the Division I meet.
Bela Fast and Aeriela Thornton also ran the 300M.
Ariel Vaillancourt and Morgan Sansing ran in the seeded mile. They came in eighth and 14th, with some great competition from across the region.
Jaqui Wyka, Erin Coutts, Haley McMullen, and Veronica Sullivan ran in the 4x800 for an 11th-place finish.
The super stars of the meet were: Kayla Watson, who threw 36 feet 1 inch for a new personal record and becoming Number 1 in Division 1; Sophie Rouge qualified with a throw just over 30 feet, a new personal record.
Astros top Keene
Pinkerton hosted Keene Jan. 8 and won, 52-40.
Matt Rizzo contributed 9 points, 3 assists and 3 steals to the win. David Faulks had 12 points and 8 rebounds on the day, while Luke Rosinski had 13 points and 6 rebounds.