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Hornets Fall to Mustangs
Proctor Academy traveled to Bishop Brady High School to take part in the Frank Monahan Foundation tournament against NEPSAC AA power house MacDuffie School. In a game that pitted the Hornets speed and perimeter oriented offense against the size and athleticism of the Mustangs, early (and often) foul trouble plagued the boys in green. MacDuffie would build a 16 point half time lead (30-46), but Proctor would not quit, cutting the deficit to single digits on a number of occasions in the second half. Much like the game against St. Andrews the day before, offensive boards against and turnovers made a comeback nearly impossible. Mykel Derring ’19 once again led the Hornets in scoring with 24 points, while Terrell Brown ’19 added 19 and Bol Akot ’20 13. Proctor has two well-earned days of rest after a three game weekend before hosting Kimball Union Academy on Wednesday. With two weeks and six games remaining in the regular season, Proctor has proven it can compete against the best in NEPSAC AA, and looks to prove it down the stretch.
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.