, Derry, New Hampshire


September 26, 2013





Astros blank Owls

The varsity Astros shut out Timberlane, 4-0.

Pinkerton received excellent performances from junior captain Kyle Hicks (2 goals), junior Alex Ebner (1 goal, 1 assist), senior captains Tim Wood (1 goal) and Tommy Martin (1 assist).

Seniors Jacob Konstant (1 assist) and Zach Bell also played well. Senior Arlo Wetherbee recorded his first varsity assist during the game.

Pinkerton shuts out Salem

The varsity Astros topped Salem Saturday, 2-0.

Alex Ebner had a goal and an assist to lead the Astros to the win. Kyle Hicks added the other goal. Tim Wood, Mat O’Brien and Sean Muller played outstanding defense.

Eric Werner earned his fourth shutout of the year.


Junior Astros undefeated

The JV Astros blanked Timberlane, 2-0, and moved to 5-0 on the season.

Hayden Pavo had to make five saves on the day for his fourth shutout of the season. Connor Rathburn and Tommy Wood both turned in excellent performances to help the Astros beat Timberlane 2-0. Goals were scored by Kayke Alves and Scott Sherman.

Astros tie with Salem

The JV Astros settled for a tie Sept. 20 against Salem.

Even though Pinkerton controlled the possession and outshot Salem, 36-2, they were unable to find a way to score. Strong defensive performances were turned in by John Durant, Stuart Graves and Pat Linehan.


Pinkerton drops one

The freshman Astros fell to Exeter Sept. 16, 3-1.

Pinkerton’s goal was scored by John Hodsdon. The Astros got a a strong defensive effort by Derek Wilson.

Owls fly over Astros

Pinkerton’s freshman team was shut out by the Timberlane Owls Sept. 18, 2-0.

Tucker Robbins gave a stellar performance in net, keeping the Astros in the game with a dozen clutch saves.

Astros win in OT

The freshman Astros held on and beat Concord Sept. 19, 2-1, in overtime.

Cobi Moore tied the game with under five minutes to go in the second half, and Connor Delea scored the game winning goal in the first overtime period. Derek Wilson, Dylan Harper, Cooper Cela and Kaan Kav kept the Astros in the game with strong defensive play.

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