Despite a steady rainfall last weekend, the weather held up enough for the Pinkerton and Londonderry girls lacrosse teams to renew their rivalry on Saturday.

It was the Astros, who walked away with bragging rights, thanks to an 11-4 victory at Londonderry.

Kellie Cunningham netted four goals and added two assists, while Kelsey Currier added two goals and four assists to lead the way for Pinkerton (2-0). Currier's second goal was the 100th of her career.

Lancers' goalie Jess Slater did her best to limit the Pinkerton scoring by making 16 saves. Meanwhile, the Londonderry (0-1) attack was led by Kerry Thompson and Dana Boyle, who each had two goals.

Londonderry 10, Manchester West 4

The Lancers were able to even their record at 1-1 on Tuesday in miserable weather. Kayla Green scored six goals and added an assist, while Kerry Thompson and Dana Boyle added two goals each for Londonderry.


Londonderry 8, Nashua South 7

Londonderry scored five goals in the first period and were able to hold on to the lead the rest of the way. Justin Sproul had five goals and an assist, and Nick Sampson had a goal and two assists to lead the way for the Lancers (1-1).


Trinity 3, Pinkerton 1

The Astros dropped their season opener last Saturday despite a solid pitching effort from Bryan Farris. The senior fanned seven in five innings of work. Matt Cuneo added two scoreless innings of relief and Pat Curry had an RBI single for Pinkerton (0-1).


Manchester Central 7, Londonderry 2

Senior Jamie Monks won in singles action and teamed up with Tyler Palermeiri to win in doubles, but it wasn't enough for the Lancers (1-2) to pick up the victory last Friday.

Pinkerton 7, Dover 2

John Murphy, Sean Kelly, Mark Mangini, Chris Clemente, Mike Kelly, and Sam Eaton swept the singles competition as Pinkerton defeated Dover last Friday. The doubles team of Murphy and Sean Kelly were also victorious for the Astros.


Pinkerton 7, Dover 2

Kaylee Dinardo, Kasey O'Connor, Laurel Salladay and Ari Bamforth all won in singles action for the Astros (2-1). Pinkerton also swept all three doubles matches.

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