In just two weeks, Proctor’s fields, gym, and fitness center will be filled with students donning green and white. Each will have lofty goals for the upcoming season rooted in the hard work they have put in over the summer months. Check out some summer highlights from Proctor Athletics below!
While a number of local girls have gathered for weekly workouts in the Farrell Field House throughout the summer, incoming sophomore Mia Canales ‘26 helped her native Puerto Rico to the FIBA U17 Centrobasket Women’s Championship earlier this month. This performance followed a 4th place finish in the FIBA U16 Americas Championship in June. Check out more HERE!
Coming off of the school’s first New England Championship in school history, Proctor’s varsity football team is eager to get back on the field for the 2023 season. Core the team’s success will be reigning New Hampshire Gatorade Player of the Year Exodus Ayers ‘24. Earlier this summer, Exodus signed to play NCAA Division 1 football for the Oregon State Beavers. Read more HERE.
Rising sophomore Zoey Lord ‘26 helped lead Proctor’s softball team to a strong showing during the spring season and wasted no time joining her club team, The Lady Dukes out of New Jersey, where she has played over one hundred games this summer. Throughout the tournament season, Zoey had recorded 143 strikeouts in only 90 total innings pitched. She is currently ranked 10th overall in the entire nation for her age group by Legacy and Legends and 77th overall by Extra Innings, national softball ranking websites. Read more HERE.
The summer months are a busy time for Proctor’s boys and girls lacrosse players as they attend tournaments, showcases, and other events. Be sure to follow both the boys lacrosse Instagram and girls lacrosse Instagram accounts for highlights from throughout the summer season.
Eastern Ski Team
After a successful June training trip to Mt. Hood, Proctor’s Eastern Ski Team is back on the road traveling to Chile for their annual August pre-season training trip. The team will spend ten days on snow training, building team dynamics, welcoming new athletes and coaches to the program, and engaging in dry land training and recovery. Be sure to follow the team’s training camp HERE.