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Proctor Place 10.13

(photo above) Some members of the Proctor 7/8 grade girls soccer team and friends enjoy the rest of homecoming after winning their game against West Rutland 4-0. Abby McKearin scored 3 goals while Olivia Valerio added one.
photo by Stacy Bates

Along with the beautiful weather we had this past weekend we also had some great soccer games that were played during homecoming weekend. Homecoming included games from grades 5/6 up to varsity high school and even an alumni game. The Proctor Rutland Rec teams also played this weekend making it soccer all day and night for some families.

The Phantoms can hold their heads high this week after winning all their games during Saturday's homecoming against local rivals West Rutland.
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The Proctor Phantom mascot was on hand Saturday to cheer on the teams and get the crowd going.
photo by Stacy Bates


The 5/6 grade girls shut-out Westside 4-0. Isabelle Valerio, Emerson Pomeroy, Meredeth Parker and Hannah Anderson all scored. The team played very well together against an aggressive opponent. Proctor's defense was solid with Erica May, Carly Flanders and Leah Moody protecting the goal. The day wasn't done as the girls headed to their Rutland Rec league game later that afternoon. With tired legs the Proctor girls came up short against Rutland Rec. Although they were beaten up a bit and suffered a few injuries to some key players, the girls played hard. Meredith Parker scored both goals for Proctor. Earlier in the week the girls beat Barstow. Amanda Gates made her debut in the goal, making some impressive saves. Lizzie Baccei played the second half as keeper. Once again the girls demonstrated great offensive teamwork allowing Emerson Pomeroy to score twice. Regan Doperak was a key player in the midfield keeping Barstow's offense at bay. The girls showed great ball movement and energy on the field.

The Proctor 3/4 grade girls white team was victorious over a tough Mill River United team during Rutland Rec league play on Saturday. Proctor's offense scoring was led by Madelynn Flanders, Allie Almond and Molly Sanderson. However, Emelia Tooley, Charlotte Pomeroy and Riley McKeighan had key plays on defense as well as some offensive assists. The entire team showed lots of hustle and almost every white player took a turn in the goal, it was a great team effort! The 3/4 grade girls maroon team played against a very good Rutland Town Terriers team just coming up short. It was a well fought competitive game with Amanda Gates and Victoria George playing solid defense. Sydney Wood, Liana Hall and Hannah Anderson score for Proctor. The 3/4 grade boys team was also on the field that afternoon against West Rutland. Caleb Stuhlmuller made his first appearance as goal keep this season and did a great job. Isaac Owen played some keep as well helping his team to victory. Conner McKearin scored a couple of goals and Matt Anderson, who is a second grader playing up, scored for the first time this season. Joe Valerio was a wall on defense keeping West Rutland from getting into good scoring position.

Girl Scout Brownie registration is currently taking place. If you have a daughter who is in third grade and is interested in becoming a Brownie you can call Stacy Bates at (802) 499-8071 for information. There will also be information handed out through school this week.

The Proctor high school classes of 2012 & 2013 are selling their annual discount cards. Help support these classes by purchasing your $10 card that can be used through September 2012. If you're interested in purchasing a card please call Cathy Petrini at 459-3557 or email her at cathy.petrini@cvps.com

For those of you who have not heard, the Proctor General Store closed its doors recently. According to a post on their website, it was due to a lack of interest in the community and some new aspirations of its general manager and primary storekeeper. Items that were left in stock were donated to local charities or returned to their makers.

Don't forget Wilson Castle will be having their haunted castle tours for four nights. Family nights are October 21 & 22 from 7-10 p.m. This is rated PG so all ages are invited. On October 28 & 29 they will hold fright nights from 7-11 p.m. This is scary and rated PG-13. No kids on these tours. Tours are rain or shine. If you would like to volunteer sign up at Wilsoncastle.com.

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