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  • Baseball - Varsity

    2020 - 2021
    Head Coach: Mark Tremblay

    Competing in the Lakes Region League, Proctor's Varsity Baseball team plays a game schedule against other teams in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. Besides having a beautiful field, the boys have the luxury of an indoor batting cage, which is lowered from the roof of the gym.  In recent years, Proctor Baseball has had a string of winning seasons, and made history in 2017 by going undefeated, winning both the Lakes Region Season and Tournament titles.

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  • Proctor Drops Season Opening Double-Header To St. Paul's But Happy To Be Back On Field

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  • Proctor Drops Season Opening Double-Header To St. Paul's But Happy To Be Back On Field

    In Proctor's first game in two years, they faced a talented lefty pitcher, Jake Sullivan. After scoring in the first inning, the Hornets struggled to put the ball in play over the next four innings and showed equal rust defensively on the field. Despite being down 10-1 in the 5th, Proctor showed some fight, scoring four more runs but ultimately coming up short, losing Game 1 10-5. 
    With two players still on quarantine, one home at school remotely, and our Game 2 starting pitcher out after being struck by a pitch on the first pitch of game 1, the Hornets were left with only ten players and had to juggle their lineup. Despite all of the barriers, the team stepped up and took the "I'll-play-where-you-need me-coach!" attitude. Dylan Thompson, Ciaran Britton, and Teige Wright each played four different positions throughout the day. Game 2 was a back and forth affair that featured better defense and better hitting than Game 1. Captain Trey Chickering added a home run and Donnie McCarthy added a number of hits and threw out two St. Paul's runners from behind the dish, but Proctor ultimately fell 5-6. 
    It was a long day of baseball and to come away from all of that time with two losses could have been heartbreaking for some teams. Today wasn't about the wins and losses for the Hornets though, it was about getting out onto a field and playing games again. The boys were encouraged and eager to play again "as soon as possible" one Hornet player said after the game. Luckily they'll have their next shot against St. Paul's again next Friday and Saturday.
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Baseball - Varsity

Home
Cancelled
vs.
Holderness School
Away
Cancelled
vs.
Holderness School
Holderness School
Away
Cancelled
vs.
New Hampton School
New Hampton School
Home
Cancelled
vs.
New Hampton School
Home
Cancelled
vs.
Kimball Union Academy
Away
Cancelled
vs.
Kimball Union Academy
Kimball Union Academy
Away
vs.
St. Paul's School
Loss 5-10
St. Paul's School
Away
vs.
St. Paul's School
Loss 5-6
St. Paul's School
Away
vs.
St. Paul's School
Loss 3-13
St. Paul's School
Home
vs.
St. Paul's School
Loss 3-11
Away
vs.
Tilton School
Home
vs.
Tilton School

Coaches

  • Photo of Mark Tremblay
    Head Coach Mark Tremblay
    603-735-6228
    Bio
  • Photo of Mike Fairbrother
    Coach Mike Fairbrother
    603-735-6667

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Roster

Located in  Andover, NH,  Proctor Academy is a private coeducational day and boarding school for grades 912. Students benefit from a rigorous academic program, experiential off-campus programs, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.
204 Main Street  .  PO Box 500  .  Andover, NH 03216
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