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Pinkerton’s wrestling team had a great showing at Saturday’s Capital Classic in Concord, finishing third with 169 points behind Haverhill (171.5) and Rhode Island power Bishop Hendricken (170.5).

First-year Pinkerton girls hockey earned its first win in program history on Thursday, topping Lebanon-Stevens-Kearsarge 8-6.

Five of Ethan May’s team-high 15 points came from the foul line in the fourth quarter to lead Londonderry boys basketball to a 54-52 win over Concord on Friday. Cole Keegan and Jackson Cox followed May with 12 and 10 points for the Lancers (3-1).


SALEM – Like many of the school’s sports programs discovered in the fall, the move up to New Hampshire’s Division 1 hasn’t been that difficult for the Windham boys hockey squad. But the Lancers from Londonderry probably already knew it wouldn’t be.

As the final seconds dwindled away, Windham point guard Riley Desmarais drove past his defender into the lane and dished a no-look pass to a wide-open Rocky Heres. Heres then converted the game-winning laup with two seconds left to give the Jags a thrilling 44-43 win over Trinity on Friday.


DERRY — Amelia Graves wrapped up another impressive volleyball season, earning Eagle-Tribune All-Star honors for the second year in a row.

Pinkerton senior Amelia Graves, one of the area’s top scholar-athletes, was named to the 9-player Division 1 All-State volleyball first team. Second-teamers included Maddie Sanborn of Londonderry and Taylor Sawyer of Windham.

After advancing to the Division 1 state championship game, Pinkerton had eight players selected to the All-New Hampshire Division 1 South first team. The Astros were led by star fullback/defensive end Gannon Fast and linebacker Jackson Clark.

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Pinkerton’s girls cross country team couldn’t defend its New England cross country title Saturday at Derryfield Park, but the Astros did reach their goal of being the top team from New Hampshire.

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