CARL RUSSO PHOTOS: Pinkerton coach Brian O’Reilly had a very simple message at halftime on Saturday, as his team clung to a six-point lead over upset-minded Windham.
“I asked them what kind of team they were going to be,” said O’Reilly. “It was anyone’s game. Were we going to stop making silly mistakes? Were we going to control the line of scrimmage? We were going to find out what kind of team this could be.”
After the break, the Astros answered their coach’s challenge in dominant fashion.
Pinkerton scored two touchdowns in the first four minutes of the second half, and allowed Windham just 46 yards after halftime on the way to a 34-0 victory on Saturday, October 10th.
“We made way too many mistakes in the first half,” said fullback/linebacker Evan Wilson. “But we came out fighting in the second half, and that’s what we do. 10/10/2020
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