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).
Hat trick night
Owen Laroucos tallied a hat trick and Windham rolled over Manchester Central 10-2 on Saturday. The Jaguars are unbeaten (4-0-1) since a season-opening loss to Concord.
Here’s to you, Mr. Robinson
Dakota Robinson “was on the money tonight,” according to Pinkerton boys hockey coach Sam Littlefield, making 40 saves to lead the undefeated Astros (5-0) to a 3-1 win over previously-unbeaten Concord (4-1) last Wednesday. Hunter and Mason Drouin and Jonathan Last scored for the Astros.
Lancers pick up 1st NH win
Ashley Rourke led the Londonderry girls basketball team (1-3) with 15 points and five rebounds in a 57-35 win over Concord on Friday. Courtney Shay scored 13 and added five boards, and Michelle Marino scored 10 and notched four steals.
Desmarais on fire
Riley Desmarais tossed in 21 points with four 3-pointers but it wasn’t enough. Bedford outscored Windham 25-14 in the fourth for the 59-55 win on Friday.
Pinkerton girls basketball moved to 5-2 overall (4-0 in New Hampshire) with a 49-10 smothering of Dover last Wednesday. Brooke Kane had 11 points for the Astros, who led 23-1 at halftime, and Sofia Riccio had 8.
Graves takes three
Amelia Graves won the 55 dash (7.64) and 300 (42.84) and ran on the winning 4x400 relay as Pinkerton (83 points) placed second in an eight-team meet, just behind Bedford (84) on Sunday. Adding wins for the Astros were Emily Lesburt (high jump), Meaghan Cross (1,500) and Adrianna Buccieri (shot put).
Spencer, Astros roll
Adam Spencer won the 55 hurdles (7.84), was third in the 300 and ran on the winning 4x400 relay as Pinkerton (100 points) rolled to victory in a seven-team meet on Sunday. Bedford was second with 51 points. Matt Small won the high jump (6-1) and the Astros took the 4x160 relay.