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Girls' Varsity Hockey #5 seed will play #4 Gunnery School Wednesday at Williston Northampton. Boys' Varsity Hockey earned the #8 seed and will play #1 St. Paul's School Wednesday at St. Paul's School. Girls' Varsity Basketball earned the #7 seed and will travel to play #2 Hamden Hall School at Williston Northampton.

Proctor Earns Three NEPSAC Tournament Bids!

Proctor's girls' varsity hockey team, seeded #5, will look to make another run at a New England title as an underdog, as they did en route to their 2012 New England Championship, and will travel to play #4 Gunnery School at Williston Northampton at 3:30 pm on Wednesday afternoon. 
Making their first NEPSAC tournament appearance in the last few years, Proctor's boys' varsity hockey team, seeded #8, earned the right to play #1 St. Paul's at St. Paul's in the large school division at 3:00 pm on Wednesday afternoon. Proctor led St. Paul's 2-0 after two periods when the two teams played two weeks ago, but ended up losing that matchup 6-3. 
For the second straight year, Proctor's girls' varsity basketball team, seeded #7, will make a NEPSAC Class C tournament appearance. They will play #2 Hamden Hall School at Williston Northampton at either 3:30 or 4:00 pm on Wednesday afternoon. The two teams have not met this season, but Proctor did defeat Hamden Hall in the 2008 NEPSAC championship game to earn their most recent New England Championship. 

Congratulations to all three teams on outstanding regular seasons, and best of luck this week in post-season play! 
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.
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