Border Country Sports Report-May 29th

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Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I’m Keith Harrington.

Phantoms Hold off Blue Devils on Poultney Senior Day

t was Senior Night for the Poultney girls softball team Tuesday, but Proctor had plans of their own. The Phantoms opened up a 13-2 lead, then fought off a Blue Devil’s comeback attempt to capture a 19-13 win.

Poultney seniors Kaitlyn DeBonis, Bella Mack, McKenzee Page, Erma Taplin, and Kaydyn L’Esperance were honored before the contest for their years of service to the program.

Proctor was clinging to a 3-2 lead early, then plated nine runs in the third to blow the game open.

Poultney scored two runs in the fourth to slice the deficit to 13-4 and added nine more over the next two frames to give themselves a chance.

The Blue Devils got as close as 13-8, however a five-run sixth by the Phantoms increased the lead back to 18-8 and Proctor held in in the seventh.

Olivia Outslay went 4-for-6 with two doubles and four RBIs to lead the Phantoms. Rhi Lubaszewski added three hits.

Izzy Greb, Madi Baker, and Goodwin also had multiple hit games.

Kaylee Hunt had a double and two RBIs for Poultney. Georgia Donaldson had a pair of RBIs.

Cadence Goodwin earned the win in the circle with relief help from Outslay.

Proctor is now 10-3. Poultney is 4-9.

Proctor Boys Defeat Poultney on Senior Day

It was also Senior Night for the Poultney baseball team, but Proctor spoiled their party as well, defeating the Blue Devils 14-3.

Poultney Seniors Zachary Davis, Tegan Capman, Jared Lambert, Nolan Geno, Jayden Mead, Robert Beaulieu, and Nico Milazzo. were all playing their final home game.

Proctor jumped out to a 9-3 lead and pulled away from there.

Mason Brothers had two hits, including a double to pace the Phantoms. Braden Sheehe, Chase Razanouski and Roy Gee each blasted doubles.

Razanouski and Cam Cannucci drove in two runs for Proctor.

Geno had two hits for the Blue Devils.

Lambert had four strikeouts for Poultney.

Photo Credit-Brooke Andrus