Proctor’s 2022 Graduates Pursue Athletics and Arts

Group encompasses a variety of vocations

By Scott Allenby
Concord’s Natalie Daniels ’22 is one of 22 members of Proctor’s Class of 2022 going on to play collegiate athletics or study a specific art discipline in college next year. Caption: Scott Allenby. Photo: Lindsey Allenby

The Class of 2022 consistently astounded us with their performance in the classroom, on the athletic fields, and in the art studios and stage. The exploration of different interests and passions that took place at Proctor has laid a foundation for our graduates’ post-Proctor journey. 

For many of our seniors, they will be pursuing athletics and the arts in college. Be sure to follow along as this group of young people makes their impact on the world!

The Arts
Mason Guerster: A Cappella, Studio Art, Art History at William and Mary University
River Turnbull: Film at Emory University
Brynne Makechnie: Art at Utah State University
Jack Shi: Music at Northeastern University

Evan Lasseter: Wesleyan University

Girls Soccer
Piper Sullivan: University of North Texas

Field Hockey
Cameron Estella: Wesleyan University
Lucy Werner: Trinity College
Mayson Blondek: St. Lawrence University

Cross Country/Indoor Track/Track and Field
Colin Shaver: Boston College

Boys Basketball
Tate Matte: Endicott College
Alex Nunn: Skidmore College
Aidan Botti: Trinity College

Girls Basketball
Victoria Morales: Sacred Heart University
Sophia Fontaine: Putnam Science Academy (PG)

Boys Hockey
Carter Anastasia: Loyola Marymount University
Jack Robinson: Juniors Hockey

Girls Hockey
Allie Cimis: Endicott College

Alpine Skiing
Emily Charleston: Boston College
Mayson Blondek: St. Lawrence University

Boys Lacrosse
Liam Chapman: Southern New Hampshire University
Evan Lasseter: Wesleyan University

Girls Lacrosse
Natalie Daniels: Hobart William Smith