Posts Tagged ‘boys’


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 […]


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 […]

Local Wrestlers Excel at Derry Rebels’ Annual Tourney

A huge crowd of some 459 young wrestlers from all six New England states converged on Pinkerton Academy’s Hackler Gymnasium on Sunday, March 23, to compete in the Greater Derry Boys’ and Girls’ Club Wrestling Rebels’ 17th annual Rebel Classic. A slew of local grapplers showed off their considerable skills and walked away from the […]

Pinkerton JV Icemen Won Games, Developed Talent

Pinkerton Academy junior varsity hockey coaches Jim Fletcher and Sam Littlefield and their charges were able to sit back proudly at the end of the 2013-14 season and know that they’d gotten some pretty nice work done. The Astro icemen finished with a record above the .500 mark (8-4-3), had a number of performances with […]


Astro Icemen Have Season Iced in Tourney Semifinals

First-year varsity coach Joey Lee’s Pinkerton Academy ice hockey squad had an exceptional run over the last several months of the Division I season, posting a 7-2-1 record over its last 10 contests. But the Astros’ championship hopes withered on the vine due to a 5-1 loss to the rival Londonderry High Lancers in a […]


Astro Icemen Upset Salem, Reach Division I Semifinals

A couple of months ago, the idea of the Pinkerton Academy ice hockey team advancing to the Division I tournament semifinals by beating the Salem High Blue Devils – or just about any other quality team for that matter – was far-fetched in the extreme. But first-year varsity coach Joey Lee’s academy crew has come […]


Barreiro, Ell Medal at New England Championship Meet

After putting forth championship performances at New Hampshire wrestling competitions during the last month, Pinkerton Academy standout grapplers Dylan Barreiro and Kevin Ell both proved that they belong among the top wrestlers in the region last weekend. Barreiro and Ell were among three Pinkerton grapplers who competed at the New England Wrestling Championships in Providence, […]