, Derry, New Hampshire


October 24, 2013



They beat Concord in a 7 vs. 7 sudden death win in the semis to go on to beat Salem, 1-0, with just seconds left in the championship game. Amanda Szostak was named All-Tournament.

Megan Estes, Abby Amato, Maddy Lolicata, Morgan Donahue, MacKenzie Pierce, Kristen Crowell, Amanda Thomas, Maddie Humel and Kailee Robinson all played well as forwards, always pushing to the goal. Amanda Szostak, Cassie Woodes, Courtney DesRoches, Emily Moser, Allysa Greig, Sarah Kane and Kristina Santuccio were outstanding at midfield. Delaney Conway, Stephanie Modrack, Ally Rugg, Bailee Freeman, Sarah Jean Meisner, Kelsey Weston were all outstanding on defense. Ali Benway-Fongemi had a stellar day in the net.


Astros top Methuen

The freshman Lady Astros blanked Methuen last week, 4-0.

Pinkerton defeats Exeter

The freshman Lady Astros won against Exeter on Friday, 1-0. The entire team played well.

Sarah Nowick scored the single goal and Emma Bennet got the assist. Hailey Hicks and Camille Preble helped in the midfield and defensively Naomie Marshall, Jackie Guinto and Cristina Gionnopoulus helped greatly.



Pinkerton dominates

The varsity Astros traveled to Manchester to take on West Oct. 18.

The Astros came away with the 63–12 victory. Peter Cyr returned an interception 99 yards to help the Astros improve to 5–2 on the season.

T.J. Urbanik rushed for an 11-yard touchdown and also caught a 40-yard touchdown score from Jack Hanaway as Pinkerton. Urbanik also had a 47-yard punt return during the second quarter. Manny Latimore had 5 rushes for 57 yards; Brett Dattilo, 5-60; T.J. Urbanik 1-11; Jack Hanaway 1-22; and Ryan Day 2-31.


Astros are at 5-1

On Oct. 14, the JV Astros improved to 5-1 by defeating undefeated Concord, 36-27.

Pinkerton took a 36-14 lead at halftime and secured the game in second half to win. Pinkerton had several times inside the Concord 20-yard line, but did not convert in the second half. The score indicates a close game, but the Astros had control of game from start to finish.


Astros beat Saints

The freshman Astros played the St. Thomas Aquinas Saints Oct. 17 and won, 37-6. The Astros dominated both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball.

Playing well for the Astros were Christian Gendreau, Derek St. Pierre, Dean Hill, Adam Morin, Sam Goudreault, Ryan Albrecht and Ben Sayward.

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