Pinkerton Laxmen Ready To Make Another Push for the Top

No two boys’ lacrosse programs are more firmly woven into the very fabric of their sport here in New Hampshire than the ones from Pinkerton Academy and Bishop Guertin High School of Nashua. The road to a Division I championship – which veteran coach Brian O’Reilly’s Astros haven’t won since back in 2006 – runs […]


Pinkerton Boys’ Tennis Falls in its 2014 Season Opener

The Pinkerton Academy Astro boys’ tennis team opened its 2014 season with a rather tough, 5-4 loss to the visiting Alvirne High Broncos from Hudson in Derry last Wednesday, April 9. The match score was all knotted up at 3-3 at the conclusion of singles action thanks to Pinkerton victories in the number three singles […]


Pinkerton Girls’ Tennis Team Takes First Two Matches

Veteran coach Gerry Rosado saw his Pinkerton Academy girls’ tennis team start its 2014 season in pretty fine fashion last week with wins in its first two matches. The Lady Astros edged the tough Alvirne High Lady Broncos by a slim, 5-4 margin on that opponent’s home courts in Hudson last Wednesday, April 9 and […]

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Lady Astro Laxers Aim to Remain Atop D-I Mountain

It’s said that the only thing tougher than becoming a champion is remaining a champion. And coach Rob Daziel and his Pinkerton Academy girls’ lacrosse squad may find out just how true that old adage is this spring. The defending Division I champs will begin their 2014 campaign with four consecutive road games beginning with […]


Big City Basketball Bunch

After winning the New Hampshire fifth and sixth grade Catholic School Championship, the Saint Thomas Aquinas School girls’ basketball squad from Derry moved on to last weekend’s New England Catholic School Championship Tournament in Boston. The locals defeated the St Charles of Boston Diocese team 33-31 in double overtime last Saturday before falling to St. Thomas of Bridgeport, Conn., on Sunday. The local team included, in front from left, […]


Longtime Pinkerton Boys’ Hoop Coach Carnovale Passes Away

Less than a week after being honored by family, friends, and a slew of his former players at a special event at Gilbert H. Hood Middle School, former longtime Pinkerton Academy boys’ basketball coach and teacher Tony Carnovale’s brief battle with cancer ended with his death. John Barry, Carnovale’s friend and former fellow PA teacher […]

Pinkerton JV Boys’ Basketball Crew Learns and Develops

The Pinkerton boys’ junior varsity basketball squad did precisely what a high school sub-varsity sports team is supposed to do this past winter in learning more about its program’s system, developing player skills, and winning a bunch of ballgames as well. Coach Rich Parent’s crew posted a fine 11-7 record but didn’t last quite as […]


Hundreds Come Out to Show Love for Coach Tony Carnovale

As he stares bravely – but far too soon – at his mortality, Tony Carnovale can be left with no questions regarding what kind of difference he has made in this world after witnessing the massive outpouring of love, respect, and admiration directed his way at Gilbert H. Hood Middle School last Saturday afternoon. More […]