Thursday didn't start out too great for Proctor.
In a game that resumed with one out and no one on in the bottom of the fifth inning against Whitesboro, the Warriors quickly struck for four runs off Miguel Garcia to take a 5-3 lead.
Joe Ruggiero, Joey Panuccio and Cam Hunter all delivered with run-scoring singles.
Panuccio came through again in the sixth with a two-out, two run knock that extended the lead to 7-3. Ryan Cardone did the rest from there tossing two scoreless frames to seal the victory.
In the night cap, a throwing error with the bases-loaded was the difference as the Raiders got past RFA 4-2.
With the bases juiced and two outs, Steve Penge hit a slow-roller to Black Knights starter Justin Swavely, who's throw to first got away allowing three runs to score.
RFA put together a rally in the top of the sixth loading the bases with two outs against Chris Godlewski. Manny Cooper was then summoned from the bullpen and after allowing one run to score off a wild-pitch, got Alex Sticca to fly out harmlessly to center avoiding further trouble.
Here are other scores from Thursday:
New Hartford 9 Notre Dame 2
VVS 11 Oneida 5
Poland 16 Remsen 12
Oriskany 14 Dolgeville 1
Westmoreland 8 Waterville 0
Westmoreland 11 Waterville 0
Little Falls 7 Cooperstown 3
Notre Dame 6 New Hartford 0
Camden 15 CVA 5
Oneida 24 VVS 2
RFA 11 Proctor 0
West Canada Valley 8 New York Mills 1
Waterville 5 Westmoreland 4
Herkimer 23 Mount Markham 4
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