Proctor’s Spring Athletic Events Returning, but Closed to Spectators

Public can view by improved live broadcast

By Scott Allenby
Head Boys’ Lacrosse Coach Ray Summers talks to his team during a fall lacrosse scrimmage on Farrell Field. Proctor’s spring sports teams will take the field for the first time in almost two years later this month. Caption: Scott Allenby. Photo: Lindsey Allenby

Proctor Academy’s spring athletics season will commence early this month, assuming a safe repopulation of campus following Proctor’s two week Spring Break from March 12 through 28.

For Proctor’s spring athletes, like those from around the region, this upcoming season will be the first time in almost two years that they are able to take to the baseball field, softball field, lacrosse field, tennis courts, or to the local roads for cycling.

Proctor’s campus remains closed to outside spectators for all athletic events, but the live broadcast experience has received a significant upgrade over the past year and now provides a top-notch window into Proctor’s athletic contests and arts performances.

Be sure to tune in live to home games on the Proctor Broadcasting Network at The schedule of home games remained in process at the time of publication of this article, but can be found on Proctor’s athletics website at when it becomes available.