No contest for JV Astros
Pinkerton’s JV squad ran over Trinity, 45-11.
Morgan Hazelton scored 11 points. Jaime Caron and Faolain Harrington both had 6.
Young Astros eke out win
It was close — very, very close, but the freshman Lady Astros defeated the Keene Blackbirds, 32-31.
Behind 7 points from Alivia Mathieau and 6 from Molly Gingras, the Lady Astros held on for the win.
Astros defeat Owls
The varsity Astros had 1 20-8 lead at the end of the first quarter over the Timberlane Owls and took the win, 68-31.
Thomas Lennon had 13 points and 5 steals. Luke Testa had 14 points, 9 rebounds and 4 assists. Luke Rosinski had 7 points and 10 rebounds.
Young Astros top West
The freshman team hosted West and came away with the win, 59–47.
Alex Coletti stood out with an aggressive performance on both offense and defense.
Pinkerton still undefeated
The freshman Astros traveled to Keene and improved their record to 4–0 with a convincing, 46-point victory.
Alex Coletti was impressive with 6 assists. Matt Westcott led all scorers with 10 points.
Astros settle for third
After an interesting start to the day, Pinkerton’s girls track team ran well against some great competition. They came in third with 50 points, after Londonderry (72) and Bedford (64).
Michaela Blackwell, fighting a virus, ran two events, anchoring for the 4x160 and pulled out points in the long jump and high jump.
In the 3000m, Siobhan McLaughlin set a personal record with 11:13.10 and a third-place finish. Followed closely in fourth, fifth and sixth places were Kaila Cote, Danika Ashness and Haley McMullen, who ran a provisional time of 11:55.10 for her first race of the season.
Ariel Vaillancourt qualified and placed third in the 1000m with Carli Davis right behind her, only 0.5 of a second from qualifying with a 3:15.5, placing fourth.
Jackie Wyka took part in four events, making the provisional mark in long jump, placing third in the 600, and running in both relays.