Senior captain Tommy Martin had two goals and an assist.
Senior captain Tim Wood controlled the defense, according to coach Kerry Boles.
Senior David Parrott scored his first varsity goal of his career.
In the Astro net, Eric Werner had four saves, Jimmy Mansour one.
“This was a nice way to start the season. We certainly have some things to work on, but this was a good beginning,” Boles said. “We are going to need our senior captains to produce game after game if we are going to be successful this season. It was good to see Tommy and Tim take control today.”
N.H. calendars available for fundraisers
CONCORD — If you need a fall fundraiser for your school, club or community group, selling the 2014 New Hampshire Fish and Wildlife calendar is a great way to go. This fundraiser offers local groups a great profit margin — your organization makes $4.95 on each calendar sold. There’s no risk for you, because calendars are pre-sold.
Last year, more than 50 local groups took part in the Fish and Game calendar fundraiser. Many schools, Scout troops, fish and game clubs, and other organizations took part. The theme of this year’s calendar is “Learn WILD” — connecting teachers, students and learners of all ages to the wild world.
The award-winning New Hampshire Fish and Wildlife Calendar retails for $9.95.
The calendar is a great New Hampshire product that inspires everyone to get connected to the great outdoors. Each month features fascinating professional photographs of native wildlife, from a snowy white ermine to a magnificent fall moose, a lacy dragonfly and a mallard taking flight. A mama bear and cub grace the cover. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy another unique feature — wildlife watching tips, plus handy N.H. hunting, fishing and snowmobile season dates.
Ready to get started? Download a calendar sales kit for your group today at wildnh.com/Shop/calendar_fundraiser.html or call 271-6355 to request a group sales kit by mail or email.