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Video: Hopkinton Hillers Baseball @ Ashland 5-18-2015

The Ashland Clockers defeated the Hopkinton Hillers 3-1 in a great pitching matchup between Luke Gustavson and Evan Park. The Hillers struck first in the top of the 1st inning; Jack Vaccari hit a Triple followed by a Matt Decina RBI Single. Ashland plated all 3 of their runs in the bottom of the 3rd. Shane Leary and Miles Dassoni started off the inning with a pair of singles, with 1 out Mitch Porter hit an RBI single to drive in Leary, Miles Dassoni came around on a misfire by third basemen Jack Vacarri and Porter came around on an RBI Triple by Filip Cooper to deep left field.

WP - Luke Gastavon went the complete game giving up 7 hits, 1 run and struck out 2.
LP - Evan Park went 4 innings giving up 4 hits and 3 runs (2 ER) and struck out 6.

Watch the full game below.

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Video: HCAM News 5-15-2015

On this edition of HCAM news, Water & Sewer manager Eric Carty and owner of Weston Nurseries Peter Mezitt will tell you a unique way you can conserve water, we have footage from the annual Little League parade to kickoff the season, Henry Schmidt of the Hopkinton Garden Club talks about winning the Boston Flower and Garden show and we have Hillers softball highlights as they took over 1st place in the TVL with a win against previously undefeated Norton but first the Parks and Recreation commission unexpired term to 2017 is one of two contested races in this years town election. On the live annual know your vote broadcast on HCAM presented by the Hopkinton Women’s club, the 2 candidates Laura Hanson and Bob McGuire talked about why they want to join the Parks and Recreation Commission.

Hillers Blanked Lancers

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Girls Varsity Tennis blanked Norton 5-0 this afternoon. The Hillers end the regular season at 17-1 overall and 13-1 in the TVL, and await the tournament seedings the first week of June.

The 3 seniors all started the match today (Senior Day). Senior Olivia Anderson took #1 Singles 6-1, 6-0. Senior Sydney Emerson paired up with Olivia Centrella at #1 Doubles and won 6-0, 6-0. Senior Carola Segale played with Emma Litavis at #2 Doubles and bested their opponents 6-2, 6-2.

TVL Standings: Baseball, Softball, Tennis, Lacrosse 5-21-2015

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Westwood 18-0 (16-0)*
Medfield 13-4 (12-4)*
Bellingham 11-6 (10-6)*
Medway 9-8 (8-7)
Ashland 9-8 (9-7)
Norton 8-8 (8-8)
Hopkinton 6-11 (6-10)
Dover-Sherborn 6-12 (5-11)
Holliston 5-12 (5-11)
Millis 2-16 (0-15)

Hopkinton 17-1 (16-0)*
Norton 15-2 (14-2)*
Bellingham 13-3 (12-3)*
Holliston 8-10 (8-8)
Westwood 8-10 (8-8)
Millis 9-9 (5-9)
Medfield 7-11 (6-10)
Medway 5-10 (5-10)
Dover-Sherborn 2-14 (2-14)
Ashland 2-14 (2-14)

Raiders Top Hillers in Rematch

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The Hiller Girls Varsity Tennis Team was served there first loss of the season, losing to the Raiders 3-2 at Dover-Sherborn.

Hopkinton won at #1 Singles and #1 Doubles (Olivia Anderson 6-0, 6-2; Sydney and Laney Emerson 6-1, 6-1). But D/S played a very strong rematch (HHS prevailed 4-1 the first time the teams met) and won the final 3 points all in close, hard fought matches.

Hillers Announce new Girls Varsity Soccer Coach

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Hopkinton High School is pleased to announce the selection of Renee Hilbrunner as our new Varsity Girls Soccer Coach. Renee is a English and Social Studies teacher at Hopkinton High School. She is a former standout soccer player at St. Lawrence University and at Groton-Dunstable High School. Throughout the process Renee stood out with her passion, soccer knowledge, and her ability to articulate her vision for the Hiller Girls Soccer program.

HPLF Marathon Runners Raise Nearly $25,000 for the Library Project

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HPLF’s Boston Marathon runners – Jim Montalto, Vipul Minocha and Danielle Keane – ran to fantastic finish times on a cold and wet marathon Monday, raising nearly $25,000 for the Library project. Thank you to them and to all who donated in support of their marathon efforts, especially the Minocha family who matched all gifts in support of Vipul, and the 9 Hopkinton families who joined 1000 Homes for Hopkinton Library in support of Jim!

Hiller Girls Tennis Now 15-0

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On Thursday May 14th, The Hiller Varsity Girls Tennis Team swept Westwood at home 5-0. Senior Olivia Anderson remained undefeated with a come from behind victory in three sets at #1 Singles 4-6, 6-3, 6-2.

On Monday May 18, the Hillers hosted the Clockers, winning 4-1. All three Hillers singles players (#1 Olivia Anderson, #2 Zoe Komodromos, #3 Elisabeth Cooperman) remained undefeated with wins today over Ashland. And Sydney and Laney Emerson improved their record to 12-2 with their victory at #1 doubles.

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Hillers Softball VS Millis 5-11-2015

Hillers Softball Improved to 12 and 1 with 12-0 Mercy victory over Millis in 5 Innings.
WP - Juliet Hulme - 5 IP, 5 Strikeouts, 2 Walks and gave up 2 Hits
Bri Mirabile - 2-3, RBI, 1 Run, 2 Stolen Bases
Hanna Engstrom - 2-3, BB, 1 Run, 3 RBI's
Jenna Bogan - 1-1, HBP, Sac Go, 2 RBI's, 2 Runs, SB

Bottom 1st - 2 RBI single from Kate Welzel scores Maille Bennett and Lizzy Kelley (2-0), Jenna Bogan Sac Ground out scores Kayla Sullivan (3-0), Bri Mirabile RBI single scores Kate Welzel (4-0 Hillers)

Bottom 2nd - Hanna Engstrom RBI double scores Renee Cooprider (5-0), Lizzy Kelley Sac FO scores Hanna Engstrom (6-0 Hillers)

Bottom 3rd - Hanna Engstrom 2 RBI single scores Jenna Bogan and Nicole Comeau (8-0 Hillers)

Bottom 4th - Jenna Bogan RBI single scores Lizzy Kelley (9-0), Jenna Bogan Steals home on double steal (10-0), Renee Cooprider RBI single scores Bri Mirabile (11-0 Hillers)

Bottom 5th - Kayla Sullivan RBI double Scores Lizzy Kelley (12-0 Mercy)

Hillers scores 12 Runs on 11 Hits and had 0 Errors
Millis scores 0 Runs on 2 Hits and had 3 Errors

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Video: Hillers Softball @ Bellingham 5-8-2015

Softball 5/8/2015
Hopkinton (11-1) defeats Bellingham (10-2) 3-2

W.P. Juliet Hulme (7-0) L.P. Zoe Haley

Top 2nd - Renee Cooprider RBI Single scores Kate Welzel (1-0 Hillers)
Bottom 2nd - Hulme strikes out 3 hitters in a row (5 K's in game)
Top 3rd - Kayla Sullivan HR scores Lizzy Kelly (3-0 Hillers)
Bottom 4th - Hulme strikes out 3 hitters in a row (9 K's in game)
Bottom 5th - Kayse Baker scores on wild pitch (3-1 Hillers)
Bottom 7th - Meghan Cook sacrifice scores Kaitlyn Prophet (3-2 Hillers)

Kayla Sullivan - 2-4, HR, 2 RBI's, 1R
Juliet Hulme - Struck out 12 Hitters, 6 walks

Hopkinton Hillers score 3 runs on 8 hits and had 0 errors
Bellingham Blackhawks score 2 runs on 1 hit and had 3 errors


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