CARL RUSSO PHOTOS: Pinkerton was mad. Pinkerton was fired up. Pinkerton felt disrespected. And that’s never good for its opponent. The storyline heading into Friday night was simple. Londonderry was looking for its first win over its archrival since 2001, and most (if not all) New Hampshire pundits — including The Eagle-Tribune — thought this would be the night the Lancers would break the streak. “(Londonderry) thinks it’s their year this year,” said Pinkerton lineman and quad-captain Robbie Fahey. Yeah, the Astros are a pretty confident bunch. And Friday night, the entire state learned that it’s unwise to pick against them. Led by a dominating defense and a three-headed attack at running back, Pinkerton asserted itself as the top dog in Division 1 South with a convincing 34-14 win over Londonderry in the Mack Plaque headliner. 9/21/2018