Londonderry boys thump PinkertonBy HARRY KOZLOWSKI
Special to the Union Leader
February 11. 2014 10:52PM
DERRY — Twelve days ago, Pinkerton Academy lost to Londonderry by 29 in boys’ basketball. Tuesday night didn’t go much better.
Caleb Green and Mark Corey combined for 38 points as the Lancers rolled an undermanned Astros squad, 65-32.
Londonderry improved to 11-2. Pinkerton lost its fourth straight to fall to 6-6.
Green had 23 points for the Lancers. Corey scored 15. Brennan Morris led Pinkerton with 12 points, hitting four 3-pointers. Drew Green and Ryan Burke also sat out the game.
The Astros played without star center Luke Rosinski, who is recovering from mononucleosis.
“I know (coach Pete Rosinski) is down a few players,” said Lancer coach Nate Stanton. “Still, it was a good win over a rival.”
Pinkerton was also missing Drew Green and Ryan Burke.
“We’re not the same team we were” said coach Rosinski. “Our goal is to get healthy and try to make the playoffs.”
Londonderry got out to a 15-4 lead after the first quarter and just built on it, leading by 15 at the half and 18 after three.
Corey scored 18 of his 23 points in the first half. “Mark Corey really stepped it up. In the first half, he was unstoppable,” said Stanton.
“I think we’re focused and finally playing for a purpose” said Stanton about his team. “We want to get to UNH (for the Division I semifinals) and make some big things happen.”