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Video: Hillers Baseball & Softball Update 4-25-2017

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Below view highlights of Hillers Softball vs Milford and Hillers Baseball vs Millis and Holliston.

Hillers Baseball Schedule:
Baseball (2-2)
Tue 4/11 @ Medfield L 4-5
Thu 4/13 @ Norton L 2-5
Thu 4/20 1PM VS Millis W 7-2
Mon 4/24 VS Holliston W 6-2

Hillers Softball Schedule (5-1)
Sat 4/8 VS Dover-Sherborn W 25-1
Tue 4/11 @ Medfield W 13-0
Thu 4/13 @ Norton W 1-0
Wed 4/19 Noon VS Milford L 4-9
Thu 4/20 Noon VS Archbishop Williams W 3-2
Mon 4/24 VS Holliston W 9-1

Video: Boston Marathon 2017 Recap

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-Geoffrey Kirui of Kenya won the mens title with a time of 2.09.37 and Edna Kiplagat took home the women's title with a time of 2.21.52.

-2014 Boston Marathon winner and local hero, Meb Keflezighi ran his final compeititve Boston Marathon and placed 12th overall.

-America had a great showing in the Marathon, 6 of the top 10 runners on the mens side were from America, including 2nd place Galen Rupp who finished in 2nd just 21 seconds behind the winner. On the women's side, 2 americans finished in the top 10, Jordan Hasay in 3rd and Desiree Linden in 4th.

Hillers Football 7th Annual Golf Tournament

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Dear Supporter of Hopkinton Football,

On Friday, June 23rd, 2017 we will be hosting our seventh annual golf tournament at Shining Rock Golf Club to support the Hopkinton High School Football Program. Last year's event was a huge success thanks to the many folks like you who contributed by playing, sponsoring a hole or simply donating to the event.

Boston Marathon 2017

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What a great day to be a Bostonian! The 121st Boston Marathon took place today and it was certainly one to remember. The first winners to cross the finish line did so in record-breaking fashion. For the men's wheelchair race, in yet another close finish, Marcel Hug edged his long time rival, Ernst van Dyk for the victory. This victory gave Hug his third straight wheelchair title in the Boston Marathon. Hug, a 31-year-old Swiss native, set a Boston marathon record, finishing in 1:18:03.

Video: Scholars & Stars: Elite Kenyan Runners at Elmwood School 2017

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For the 25th year in row, John Hancock introduced the Elmwood students to some of the elite Marathon runners from Kenya. This year the runners at Elmwood included 2012 Men's Boston Marathon Champion, Wesley Korir, 2015 Women's Boston Marathon Champion, Caroline Rotich and also Wilson Chebet, Geoffrey Kirui, Sammy Kitwara, Emmanuel Mutai, Daniel Salel, Joyce Chepkirui, Gladys Cherono, Valentine Kipketer, Edna Kipligat and Brigid Kosgei. View photos at Scene in Hopkinton. View the full ceremony below.

State Champion Hillers Girls Volleyball Honored at Red Sox Game

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The 2016-2017 Division 2 State Champion Hopkinton Hillers Girls Volleyball Team was honored at Fenway Park before the Boston Red Sox game on Tuesday (4/11). The Hillers captured their 2nd state championship in the past 3 seasons and finished 22 and 2 overall with 16 sweeps. The Hillers Swept Notre Dame Academy in the State championship game on Saturday November 19th. Check out tweets from their visit below!

On a side note the Boston Red Sox defeated the Baltimore Orioles 8-1 to improve to 4 and 3 on the season. #HillersLuck

Military Baseball Revisited on Opening Day

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Heroes can emerge from most anywhere. Two specific segments of American life have generated many popular heroes: professional baseball and the military. Think of the names that spring forth: Babe Ruth and Satchel Paige were nonpareil baseball players, George Patton and Audie Murphy were soldiers never to be forgotten. Moreover, there are certain heroes who are recognized in both baseball and the military.

Video: First Registered Female Runner to Complete Boston Marathon, Kathrine Switzer Visits Hopkinton

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Kathrine Switzer was born in Amberg, Germany in 1947. She is an American Author, Television commentator and a marathon runner who will be participating in this years Boston Marathon.

Video: Hillers Hockey End of the Season Banquet 2017

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The Hillers hockey team finished the regular season with a 17 win, 2 loss and 1 tie record. That record qualified as the best regular season record in school history. Hillers Hockey lost their 2nd game in the playoffs 4-3 in a double-overtime thriller against Old Rochester. The team recently closed out their memorable season with the annual end of the season banquet. View highlights of the banquet below.

Video: Hillers Girls Basketball 2016-2017 Playoff Run Highlights

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The Hopkinton Hillers Girls Basketball team captured the #2 seed in the Central Division 2 bracket. The Hillers started off their playoff run with a home game against TVL rival 7th seeded Medway on Friday March 3rd. Julia Canestari and Ivy Gogolin each struck for 15 points. Gogolin also pulled down 11 boards, Mikayla Pucci also added 13 points as the Hillers took down Medway for the 4th time this season 55-43.

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