Morgan Sansing won the 1500 and improved her time by more than six seconds with a 5:04.7. Siobhan McLaughlin doubled to run this event and placed sixth with a 5:24.5. Kayla Watson won the shot put with a throw of 34 feet 6.75 inches.
Pacunas leads Astros
Pinkerton hosted Manchester Central, West and Memorial Thursday night. Pinkerton scored a 134.05, and was the only team competing as the Manchester schools was represented by independents.
Kaylee Pacunas led the way for Pinkerton. She won the bars with a 9.0, beam with a 9.1, and the all-around with a 34.65.
Amanda Cioli had a strong showing, winning the vault with a 8.7, second on bars with a 8.5, and second all-around.
Kylie Lowell had her best performance on the balance beam, where she tied for second with teammate Jackie Bogaczyk, and won the floor exercise.
Senior captain Olivia Bogaczyk returned to competition on the bars, where she took third place.
Astros roll to another win
On Jan. 5, Merrimack, Stevens, Pinkerton and host Goffstown met at Spare Time in Manchester. Pinkerton won all for the third week in a row.
In the two-game standard scoring, Primo Lombardi bowled games of 180 and 156, Raina Stobbs a 148 and 159, Benjamin Campbell 183 and 167, Zakery Salvo 180 and 161, Nicholas Stilian 209 and 199.
With a total of 1742, consisting of a 900 game and an 842, Pinkerton went into the Baker match first seed.
In round 1, Pinkerton faced fourth-seed Goffstown winning in 2 games, 197 to 129 and 184 to 126. Pinkerton then faced third-seed Stevens, winning round 2 in two games, 195 to 155 and 187 to 182.
Pinkerton strikes again
On Jan. 5, JV standard scoring had Alexandria Albano bowling games of 119 and 115, Natalio Fabrizio 124 and 126, Whitney Leyland 171 and 173, Michael Komisarek 135 and 129, and Andy Stock 140 and 96.
With a total of 1328 — a 689 and a 639 — Pinkerton JV went into the Baker match as first seed.
Extra bowlers were Ritziko Linzi with a 98 and 149 and Jordan Caux with a 99 and 79.