, Derry, New Hampshire


February 21, 2013



Low score, but a win

The freshman Lady Astros traveled to Manchester Central and won, 32-2.

Kaitlyn Meskell had eight points and Olivia Mathieu had 8 rebounds in the win.

Foul shots make a difference

The freshman Lady Astros defeated the Clippers in Portsmouth, 44-19.

The Lady Astros shot 15 for 19 from the foul line on their way to the victory.



The Astro varsity defeated the Blue Knights, 63-49.

The Astros took a two-point lead at the end of the first quarter and extended it to 10 at the half on their way to the victory.

Scott Bradley had 21 points and Luke Testa had 20 points.

Cam Welch added seven rebounds. Addison Wood had three assists, three steals and six rebounds in the win.

Rosinski big for Astros

The varsity Astros beat North’s Titans, 49-44.

Luke Rosinski had 16 points and 10 rebounds.

Scott Bradley added 10 points and 10 rebounds.


Pinkerton tops West

The JV Astros defeated West’s Blue Knights, 71-59.

The two top scorers for Pinkerton were Caleb Godin with 19 and Sam Dolan with 16.

Matt Rizzo and Eric Fyfe each scored eight points. Chase Spears and Conner Holland contributed four points apiece. Ryne Burke added three, Matt O’Brien two and Ben Curry one for the win.

North falls to JV Astros

The JV Astros defeated North in a close one, 44-42.

Matt Rizzo led the way for Pinkerton with nine points. Sam Dolan had six points.

The Astros got five points apiece from Chase Spears, Ben Curry, Connor Holland and Ryan Burke.

Fred Payan had three points, Eric Fyfe added two.


Freshman Astros triumph

The freshman Astros hosted Salem and took the win, 56–47.

All the boys contributed to the victory, but Trystan Brown and Alex Coletti gave big minutes in the win.

Pinkerton wins close one

The freshman Astros topped Manchester Central, 58-52.

The team remained unbeaten on the road and improved to 12-2 on the year with the win.

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