Proctor Class of 2021 Pursues Passions Beyond Graduation

Andover's Katie Bent plays softball

By Scott Allenby
Andover’s Katie Bent ’21 is one of nearly 20 members of Proctor’s most recent graduating class pursuing their passion at the next level. She will play softball at St. Joseph’s College in Maine next year. Caption: Scott Allenby. Photo: Lindsey Allenby

The Proctor Academy Class of 2021 was filled with talented students, each of whom will pursue their passions in college, professionally, or during a gap year. Check out these members of the class who will either play competitive athletics next year or study a specific art discipline in college, and be sure to follow their careers in the years to come.

Alpine Skiing
Nate Hazen, Gap Year,  RC Elite Racing
Maddie Semet, Gap Year,  RC Elite Racing
Dylan Thompson, Gap Year,  RC Elite Racing
Blake Licata, St. Michael’s College

Isabella Anzalone, Assumption College

Maia Doescher, College of Wooster (Ohio)

Theater Arts, Technical
Cedar Kiedaisch, The University of Victoria

Women’s Lacrosse
Ashley Fletcher, Occidental College
Emily O’Rourke, Connecticut College

Men’s Lacrosse
Sam Jewett, Wesleyan College
Malcolm Steegstra, Roger Williams University

Men’s Hockey
Cooper Rice, Juniors, Steinbach Pistons (St. Lawrence University)
Grant Porter, Youngstown Phantoms (College of the Holy Cross)
Michael Gillerman, Juniors, San Jose Sharks (Union College)
Alex Laracy, Juniors, New Hampshire Monarchs (Sacred Heart University)
James Tepper, Juniors (Colby College)

Women’s Hockey
Maeve Corcoran, Connecticut College
Jaime Hort, Hamline University (Minnesota)
Madi Waddell, Stevenson University (Maryland)

Katie Bent, St. Joseph’s College (Maine)

Nathan Hallenback, Denison College
Aiden Markoff, Union College

Luke Ryan, Hobart College
Tyler Duhl, Ohio Wesleyan University