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February 21, 2013

SPORTS ROUNDUP

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The Astros were led by the big men: Tommy Romick (13 points), Matt Westcott (10 points) and Ben Olson (10 points).

Trystan Brown was a force on the boards as he gobbled up rebound after rebound.

Unified Astros make good effort

Pinkerton’s unified team hosted Nashua South and, despite getting good games from Brandon Rugg, Keesha Myette, and Tyler Brand, and solid defense from Tom Martin and Maddison Driscoll, the Astros could not pull the game out. They lost 64–56.

SWIMMING

Girls

Astros take fifth, sixth

The Pinkerton girls took fifth place at the state meet at UNH with 156 points.

The boys team placed sixth with 121 points.

SKIING

Astros take second, sixth

Pinkerton’s ski teams traveled to Sunapee and, out of seven teams the boys finished second overall and the girls finished in sixth place.

They had some inconsistent runs from key skiers.

The boys first, second and fourth in the giant slalom. They also took first in the slalom.

The girls took 13th in slalom.

BOWLING

Varsity

Astros place second

In the final meet of the season, the Astros were without Nick Stilian, ranked first in the state with a 221 average, Ben Campbell and Mike Komisarek. All are ranked in the top 64 bowlers.

Pinkerton met with host Stevens at Maple Lanes in Claremont and Laconia.

The Astros placed second seed with a total of 1,757 in the standard match, with games of 839 and 918.

Whitney Leyland had games of 124 and 144, Primo Lombardi 179 and an outstanding 258. Andy Stock was consistent with 150 and 158, Raina Stobbs had 140 and 176, and Zakkery Salvo an awesome 246 and 182.

Pinkerton faced Laconia, winning round one of Baker in two games; 124 to 103 and 151 to 119. The Astros came out in the first game in round two with winning in mind against number one seed Stevens.

Pinkerton team shot five strikes in a row, then finished the game with Zakk throwing three more strikes in the 10th frame for a 221 game to Stevens’ 117. The Astros kept that mindset having a second game of 218 to Stevens’ 149.

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