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 for two RBIs.
Astros stay hot
Alysaa DiMauro hit a two-run homer and scored three runs to spark streaking Pinkerton (12-4) to its 10th straight win, 10-8, over Portsmouth last Wednesday.
The Windham girls lacrosse team had 11 different scorers in a 19-0 rout of Manchester Memorial last Wednesday. Devon Hamilton, Morgan Ross and Madi Connelly each had three goals, while Windham didn’t allow a single shot on target.
Hunter Drouin scored five goals and had five assists and Mason Drouin added five goals of his own as Pinkerton rolled over Nashua South 19-4 on Friday.
Moskowitz goes grand
Jasmine Moskowitz hit a grand slam and drove in five runs total in a 3 for 4 performance, as Windham softball trounced Goffstown, 15-0 last Monday. Abby Bedient threw a 3-hitter for the win, striking out 10.
Graves’ great day
The Pinkerton girls track team was edged by Exeter, 83-82, in a tri-meet that also included Londonderry last Tuesday, but that didn’t stop Amelia Graves from having a standout day. The senior won the 100 (12.97), the 200 (26.52) and tied the school record in the 300 hurdles (45.83).
The Pinkerton softball team flipped its game against Spaulding on its head in the sixth inning, scoring eight runs in the frame to earn an 8-4 win last Monday. Freshman Ashleigh Lemay hit a bases-clearing triple to tie things up at 4-4 before Pinkerton doubled its score.
Trailing by two sets, the Pinkerton volleyball team came back to win the next three to earn a 3-2 match win over Winnacunnet last Tuesday. Hunter Hazard was the catalyst for the comeback with his team-high 27 kills and 3 aces, and both Andy Bolduc and Justin Dunne had 5 blocks.