Call them state champs
On Friday the Long Red line won the JV State Championship.
Taking the top 5 spots with 15 points were Nick Sevilla 17:02, Matt Robinson 17:16, Nate Rees 17:18, Sam Lanternier 17:36, and Ryan Lynch in 17:36. Rounding out the Astro’s top seven were Ryan Walsh and Calvin Graves, placing eighth and 10th, respectively.
Astros win state title
The Pinkerton girls won the Division I JV State Championships at Nashua South High School.
The Trailblazers won the race decidedly with a low score of 30 points. In first for the team was freshman Samantha Mangano, who ran a personal best of 20:43 and finished second overall. The Trailblazers took five of the top 10 places overall.
Seniors can celebrate
The Lady Astros shut out Memorial Oct. 16, 6-0, on senior day. The score was 5-0 at halftime. It was a hat trick for Julie Saltamartini. Samantha Day, Haley Harrington and Kaylie DeCosmo each added a goal. Assists came from Kaylie DeCosmo and Gabby Guerard. Abbey Doherty had 4 saves in net.
Cecelia Sciuto, Jessica McCully and Maria Aiello played very well for the Astros.
Pinkerton blanks Memorial
The JV Lady Astros topped Memorial, 3-0, Oct. 16. Goals were scored by Abby Amato, Maddy Lolicata and McKenzie Pierce. Emily Mosher had an assist and was awarded the game ball. Great hustle from Courtney DesRoches and Ally Rugg assisted in the win.
Astros end with tie
The JV Lady Astros finished their season with a 2-2 tie with Exeter. Goals were scored by Abby Amato and Maddie Lolicata. The game ball was given to Abby Amato for great hustle. Amanda Szostak, Bailee Freeman and Morgan Donahue had a great effort against Exeter.
They are champions
The JV Astros hosted the JV State Championship on Saturday. The JV field hockey team beat Salem, Exeter, Bishop Guertin and Central, and tied the freshman Pinkerton Astros in the round robin tournament round. T