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Best kept secret

Since he plays at Pingree, on the private school stage, senior Billy Nickerson of Middleton may be the best kept secret in local soccer. The four-year starter has 53 career goals, including 16-2-18 numbers this season, and is Pingree's most prolific scorer in Coach Eric Olson's 13 years, as well as the quickest player Olson has had.

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Boys Soccer, 10/30/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Tilton too much for Pingree

Lemarre Rey's 14-yard touchdown run in the second quarter cut Tilton's lead to 20-7, but the Highlanders couldn't draw any closer as they slipped to 2-4.

Derek Pratt had another strong all-around game for Pingree, catching four balls for 95 yards, while rushing for 47 yards. Senior quarterback Carlos O'Donnell completed 11-of-24 passes for 165 yards.

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Football, 10/29/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Pingree can't hold off Proctor Academy

The Pingree football team could only fool Proctor Academy for so long.

Derek Pratt scored three first-half rushing touchdowns, but the Highlanders couldn't hold on to an 11-point halftime lead against a physically stronger Proctor team. Proctor scored six straight touchdowns for a 42-25 win.

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Football, 10/22/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Pingree's power found in O-Line

Pingree running back Ted Fitts finds room to run behind offensive linemen Dan Rogers (61) and Josh Shain. Rogers and Shain are two of the undersized linemen who have helped Pingree become a dangerous offense.1 Photo

Pingree football coach Chris Powers knows there is a secret to senior quarterback Carlos O'Donnell's success this fall. Actually, it's five small (relatively speaking) secrets.

Through four games, O'Donnell has completed 43-of-71 passes for 662 yards, seven touchdowns, and only one interception. He's also run for 115 yards on 19 carries, and he is coming off a dandy individual performance where he tossed for 281 yards and four touchdowns in a 44-31 setback to Holderness. Of course, the stats represent an individual's performance, but saying that anything O'Donnell does is individual is a minor mistake.

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Football, 10/19/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Pingree's furious comeback bid falls short

Though his team trailed 44-10 entering the fourth quarter, Pingree quarterback Carlos O'Donnell didn't hang his head. Instead, he unleashed three TD passes as the Highlanders scored 28 unanswered points but fell just short, 44-38, against Holderness.

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Football, 10/15/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Pratt, Pingree pile it on Hebron

Derek Pratt was a jack-of-all-trades this weekend for the Pingree football team.

Pratt scored on two touchdown runs, caught one touchdown pass, and threw another as the Highlanders rolled to a 48-14 win over Hebron Academy.

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Football, 10/08/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Nickerson's three goals lead Pingree rout

Senior captain Billy Nickerson scored three goals, adding to his league-leading total of 11, as Pingree (5-1-1) rolled on the road over Chapel Hill, 6-2.

Nate Leach added a goal and two assists while Amory Parker and Andrew Smealie also scored in the win.

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Boys Soccer, 10/04/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Doherty's goal all the offense Pingree girls need in win

Caitlin Doherty scored with 10 minutes left in the first half to lead Pingree (5-0-1) over Lexington Christian 1-0.

Kellie Barile made eight saves to record the shutout while Jackie Lee had the assist on Doherty's decisive goal.

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Girls Soccer, 10/04/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

O'Donnell gets his kicks as Pingree QB

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Carlos O'Donnell of Salem had no reason to think he'd ever be playing quarterback and kicking field goals for the Pingree School.

To O'Donnell, it was a moot point three years ago because the private school in Hamilton didn't even have a football program. A product of the Salem Youth Soccer program, O'Donnell just assumed he'd play soccer for four years in high school.

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Football, 09/28/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

O'Donnell kicks up storm for Pingree

Pingree football coach Chris Powers feels he has a "huge weapon" in the kicking game in senior Carlos O'Donnell of Salem, who is also the team's quarterback.

The huge weapon came in handy yesterday as O'Donnell kicked three field goals, including a school record-tying 42-yarder in Pingree's 23-6 season-opening win over Portsmouth Abbey. "He's got a strong leg and we feel comfortable that when he's kicking them from 35 yards out (or closer), it's pretty much automatic," Powers said of O'Donnell. "He gives us a lot of confidence on offense. We get down there and feel we can put points on the board."

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Football, 09/21/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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