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Second Period Plagues Proctor
Proctor took on Vermont Academy early on Wednesday afternoon in a rematch from a close game earlier this season. Proctor came out flying in the first, and looked strong in the midst of some back and forth action. Despite hard play and some good chances by Proctor, VA got on the board for the first two, but with less than a minute left Anna McCluskey cut the lead in half with her relentless play resulting in a goal. Caroline Coyne fended off two defensmen to bring the puck in the zone before McCluskey found the back of the net.
The second period was not the best for Proctor, as VA scored 3 unanswered goals to head into the locker room before the third down 5-1. Our focus for the third was winning the period, and we re-focused and the girls were able to do just that, even with some adversity and some dangerous power play opportunities for the opposition. Juliet Warmke was able to add one more for Proctor on a semi-break developed by Hallee Courtemanche with her composure and vision to get the puck up quickly to Jules on the transition. Marina Mirabella made some incredible stops, particularly in the third, and though frustrated with the outcome, the girls had moments of their best play to date.
The team is back in action on Saturday as they play KUA at 4:30. The seniors will be recognized prior to the game for their contributions to the program.
Located in Andover, NH, Proctor Academy is a private coeducational day and boarding school for grades 9–12. Students benefit from a rigorous academic program, experiential off-campus programs, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.