The Londonderry Lightning 10U Softball team has a lot to be proud of.
Xavier Cross of Derry will head back to school this fall as a World Champion, after winning the title last night as a member of the Spartans Drum and Bugle Corps at the Drum Corps International (DCI) Open Class World Championship in Marion, Indiana.
Perhaps no one better defined the thrill of victory during the 2018 high school football season more dramatically than Michael Sarette. The Pinkerton senior stood, in the middle of Salem High’s sopping wet, mucky field, caked in mud with his hands high in the air.
Windham’s Cody Potter and Tommy Emrick each scored a touchdown, as New Hampshire snapped a three-game losing streak by beating Vermont, 21-9, in the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl last weekend.
Former Pinkerton girls lacrosse standout Avery Drouin no longer has to worry about the dangers of cold weather during the lacrosse season.
Pinkerton rising senior Jagger Bell of Derry recently committed to play his college baseball at Bridgewater State. The catcher was a part of the high-powered Astro offense this spring, hitting a respectable .255 (14 for 55) with 14 runs scored and 6 RBIs.
The Windham 10U district baseball team has battled and won their way to a coveted spot in the Cal Ripken World Series in Phenix City, Alabama as the New England Champs.
The Londonderry Lightning U10 Red squad recently took home the New Hampshire Babe Ruth softball State Championship, going undefeated in the tournament and outscoring their opponents 65-7 in five games.
Former Pinkerton golf star Rich Berberian Jr. recently took home his second consecutive NEPGA Section Championship at Manchester (N.H.) Country Club. Thanks to a clutch birdie on the 18th hole, the director of instruction at Vesper CC won with a 4-under 67 to beat four other competitors by a…
Cayla Pellegrini, of Derry, may have been running the holiday race for the first time, but it was far from her introduction to the course.
Former Windham head football coach and current Malden Catholic athletic director Bill Raycraft has stated he is not planning to take over the MC football job after coach Bryan Pinabell stepped down last week to take the Bishop Feehan job.
In times of joy, and times of grief, football has been a major presence in Pinkerton lineman Allen Gault III’s life.
DURHAM, N.H. — As Gannon Fast prepared for the CHaD All-Star Game, knowing he would soon step onto the same UNH football field where he lost two state championship games, the recently-graduated Pinkerton star couldn’t shake a nagging feeling.
Londonderry’s Woo Kickboxing took part late last month in The Good Fight promotion, a submission only Brazilian Jiu Jitsu tournament series. On June 22, The Good Fight held the Boston Open at Danvers Indoor Sports in Danvers.
Former Windham standout Jaime Cleasby completed another strong season for RPI with a 9-4 record and a team-best 2.56 ERA. She had 11 complete games and two shutouts and was named All-Liberty League second team. In three years, she now has a record of 24-15. As a team, RPI was 28-11 this spring.
MANCHESTER — With the tying run in scoring position and a state championship just one out away, Londonderry pitcher Nolan Lincoln was not about to allow New Hampshire baseball’s greatest prize to slip through his fingers.
HOOKSETT, N.H. — With less than three minutes remaining in the New Hampshire Division 1 girls lacrosse state championship game, everything seemed primed for Pinkerton to win its second state title in four seasons.
The Londonderry Fields Association (LAFA) Under 10 Softball team was the big winner of a recent state tournament and earned the right to play in this year’s Babe Ruth World Series in Treasure Coast, Florida in August.
After losing the first two sets, it looked like the Pinkerton volleyball team’s season was heading towards the end. But the Astros weren’t going to give up. They won the third and fourth set to tie up their Division 1 first round matchup against Winnacunnet, then took the decisive fifth set,…
Londonderry’s Cody Ball, a recent graduate of Saint Anselm College, was nominated for the Man of the Year award issued by the Northeast-10 Conference in early May.
DURHAM — As he crossed the finish line to win the 200, Pinkerton’s Conor Seleny collapsed in a heap of exhaustion near the trainer’s table, where he stayed for several moments collecting himself.
DERRY — Nine minutes had passed in last Wednesday’s New Hampshire Division 1 girls lacrosse quarterfinal between Pinkerton and Londonderry, and the contest was all even, 2-2. The Lancers had just put home an equalizer, and it appeared as if it would be a true battle for a spot in the semifinals.
Ryan Auger was everywhere for the Pinkerton lacrosse team, scoring three goals and dishing out five assists in a 10-7, cross-state win against Andover on Friday. Hunter Drouin chipped in four goals for the Astros (14-4), and Shamus Florio led the Warriors with four goals.
Londonderry’s Noelle Lambert of the UMass Lowell Women’s Lacrosse team has been selected as a Wilma Rudolph Student-Athlete Achievement Award recipient.
Owen MacDonnell pitched five innings and allowed two hits and one run while striking out six to lead Londonderry to a 9-1 win over Trinity on Friday. Reece Manor and Nick Cote each had two singles, Zack Luongo added a double and single for two RBIs and Sean Cavanaugh had a triple and single …
Londonderry’s Woo Kickboxing was well-represented at the New York Sping International Open IBJJF Jiu-Jitsu championship at the end of April.
Pinkerton Academy’s boys’ spring track coach is Carol Quarles. Her daughters, Kiah and Camille Quarles, had superb careers at UNH after both were two-time Eagle-Tribune MVPs with the Astros.
The Pinkerton boys and girls track and field teams took the top spot at the Merrimack Invitational, boasting individual winners in nine total events between them.
LONDONDERRY — In complete control after one quarter, yet leading by only two goals, the Pinkerton Academy boys lacrosse team needed something to liven it up in its game against Londonderry on Friday.
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