The Lady Astros topped the Lady Lancers Sept. 16, 25-22, 18-25, 15-9.
Lexi Leger had a great game from the service line. Alivia Connors had a few kills as well.
Pinkerton defeats Exeter
On Sept. 17, the Lady Astros topped the Exeter Blue Hawks, 25-16, 25-20.
Melanie Burgos showed some great passing on serve receive. Sophia Cataldi stepped in as setter and did a great job.
Astros were fast and strong
In Nashua Saturday, Phil Parent won his third consecutive race in impressive fashion at 16:24. A stellar performance was turned in by Tom Hanlon in fourth with a 16:54. Other top performances included Connor Kwiecien in seventh, Owen Clark ninth, Nick Pietrocarlo 13th, Austin Smith 14th and Joe Poggi in 23rd.
Pinkerton had 34 points, followed by Methuen with 91, Londonderry with 107, Bedford with 110 and Nashua South with 111.
The JV cross-country team took the top eight spots in Nashua Saturday, 10 of the top 12.
Leading the way was Nick Sevilla with a varsity time of 17:14 for 5000 meters.
Pinkerton takes third
The Pinkerton girls competed in the Nashua North-South Invitational and took third in the event out of 12 teams. Running strong, leading the way with a win overall in the race against tough competition was Morgan Sansing with a time of 19:18. Ariel Vaillancourt finished second for the team and third in the race overall with a time of 19:52. Other team scorers included Talyor Lacey 20:29, Haley McMullen 20:48 and Danika Ashness 21:10.
Seven of 12 for Pinkerton
The Pinkerton JV Trailblazers ran an outstanding, nonscored meet in the Nashua North-South. The girls took seven of the top 12 spots, including Kaila Cote with a win overall and a time of 20:54.
Astros shut out Owls
The varsity Lady Astros blanked Timberlane Sept. 16, 2-0. Goals were by Julie Saltamartini and Haley Harrington.
Assists came from Kaylie DeCosmo and Samantha Day. Jordan Dudley had 3 saves.