For the second time in the same week, Holderness battled rival Proctor to a barn burner. This time, it was Holderness who emerged victorious in a back and forth contest. Holderness never trailed in the game and Proctor proved to be a pesty come from behind power that Holderness was finally able to put away late in the third. Holderness went up first early in the 2nd on a nice finish from the red hot Kevin Kitts off a nice feed from Isaiah Fox. Proctor would even the score minutes later. Harley Michaels put the Bulls back up 2-1 on a shorthanded goal where he beat the Proctor goalie low to the far side off a nice rush. Proctor scored on the pp, once again, minutes later evening the score at 2-2. Greg McGunigle was able to score his much anticipated first goal of the year off a nice back door feed from Patrick Ault making the score 3-2 Bulls after 2 periods of play. In the 3rd, Proctor tied it 3-3 midway through the period in a game that very much resembled the first game the two teams played on Monday. This time, it was Holderness who was able to go up 4-3 on a nice shot from Senior Alex Gagnon on the PP and the Bulls held on at the end. Connor Androlewicz made some great stops for the Bulls preserving the 4-3 win. Holderness will be back in action on Monday night at home vs. New Hampton.