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Tennis Tournament Canceled

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Due to resurfacing of the high school courts the Annual Hopkinton Tennis Tournament will not take place this year.

Resurfacing Work

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Please be advised that the outside tennis and basketball courts in front of the Hopkinton Middle and High Schools will be closed beginning August 28 for resurfacing. There is no set end date for this work at this time.

Walk to Break the Silence 5K

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Do you want to raise awareness about domestic violence? Do you want to make sure that victims get the help and support they need? Then you need to walk the walk!

“Walk to Break the Silence,” is the 4th annual fundraising walk and rally benefiting Voices Against Violence. The event will be held on Saturday, October 3, 2015, 10:00 AM ‐ Noon, at the Downtown Framingham Common with special guests U.S. Congresswoman Katherine Clark and Honorary Chair and former Middlesex D.A. Gerry Leone.

MIAA Announces venue for all Basketball State Final Games

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The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) has announced that all 8 State Final Basketball games will be played in Springfield, Massachusetts. The games will be hosted by the Basketball Hall of Fame and Western Massachusetts Sports Commission. Last year the DCU Center served as the home for Boys and Girls Division 1, 2 and 3 State Championships, while Holy Cross College served as the home for the Boys and Girls Division 4 State Championship games.

Bocce Challenge 2015 puts the Hopkinton Police against the Hopkinton Fire Department

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Bocce challenge is back! Thursday Sept. 17th at 3pm with a rain date of Friday the 18th at the Hopkinton Senior Center! This year the Hopkinton Fire Department will take on the Hopkinton Police Department.

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Video: Question of the Week: How Many Games Should Tom Brady be Suspended?

HCAM News has started a "Question of the Week" segment, in which we ask people around town their opinion on various topics.

The first topic evolves around perhaps the biggest sports topic for the last several months in New England. Back in the AFC championship game on January 18th the New England Patriots were accused by the Indianapolis Colts of deflating footballs prior to the 45-7 Patriots victory. The NFL investigated the Patriots after the accusations and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell upheld the initial ruling of a 4 game suspension for Tom Brady. The suspension was given by commissioner Goodell a couple months after the incident based on a report by investigator Ted Wells.

Currently the issue has been taken in-front of a federal judge. Right now it seems like the favor of Federal Judge Richard M. Berman is leaning in favor of Brady due to insufficient evidence.

Yahoo.com Report: "Berman said, via Leyden, "What is evidence of scheme or conspiracy that covers the January 18 game? I'm having trouble with that." Berman also asked, "Is there any direct evidence linking Mr. Brady to tampering?" Then Berman said, "I’m trying to figure out what is the direct evidence that implicates Mr. Brady in that deflation … in that bathroom…on Jan. 18." See more of the yahoo report here.

In light of what seems like the never-ending deflated footballs controversy we asked people in the community how many games they think Patriots quarterback Tom Brady should be suspended for. See what happened in the video below.

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Keep Smilin' 4 Abbie 2015 Field Hockey Fundraiser Games

The 2nd annual Keep Smilin 4 Abbie Field Hockey Fundraiser was a success and helped raise $20,000 in funding research and raising awareness for anaphylaxis. Keep Smilin 4 Abbie was set up in honor of Abbie Benford who passed away from an anaphylactic reaction at the age of 15.
For more information go to www.keepsmilin4abbie.org

In the First Video see the full broadcast as Parents took on the Teachers in a 2, 10-minute halves matchup, and the Hillers took on Hillers Alumni in a 2, 20 minute halves Field Hockey Game.

In the Second Video, on the field scenes from HCAM News of the Parents VS Teachers.

In the Third Video, on the field scenes from HCAM News of the Hillers VS Hillers Alumni

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Video: Keep Smilin' 4 Abbie 2nd Annual Field Hockey Fundraiser

The 2nd annual Keep Smilin 4 Abbie Field Hockey Fundraiser was a success and helped raise $20,000 in funding research and raising awareness for anaphylaxis. Keep Smilin 4 Abbie was set up in honor of Abbie Benford who passed away from an anaphylactic reaction at the age of 15.

For more information go to www.keepsmilin4abbie.org

In the first video: See highlights and hear from Father of Abbie, Stephen Benford. Stephen talked about the progress KeepSmilin4Abbie has made and the festivities at the 2nd annual field hockey event. Also in the 1st video President of Weston Nurseries and member of the community team in the Field Hockey match, Peter Mezitt talked to HCAM news about taking part in the event.

In the Second Video: See highlights from the Field Hockey matches and interviews with players from the Hillers and the Hillers Alumni team. In the First game, the Community and Parents ended in a 1-1 tie. In the 2nd game, the Alumni took down the Current Hillers 1-0.

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Video: Hopkinton's Jimmy Hervol Wins Mass Junior Amateur Championship

Jimmy Hervol of Hopkinton hit 4 under par (209 overall) to capture his first Mass Junior Amateur Championship. Davis Chatfield of Locust Valley GC finished 2nd hitting 2 under par.

A few other notabe Hopkinton results include: Geoff Holler finished 4th hitting 2 Over Par, Connor Henderson finished 13th hitting 7 Over Par. You can see more results by clicking here.

To read the full story click here.

To see the highlights of Hervol's Tournament victory, watch the video below.

Video is courtesy of: www.ontheoutsproductions.com/

Jimmy Hervol Captures 2015 Massachusetts Junior Amateur Championship Title at His Home Course of Hopkinton Country Club

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Hopkinton, MA — It all seemed to fall into perfect place for Jimmy Hervol (Hopkinton CC) on Wednesday afternoon. After all, it was his course, his year and his time.

In front of a gallery of friends, family and club members the 17-year-old Hopkinton native captured the 2015 Massachusetts Junior Amateur Championship at his home course of Hopkinton Country Club.

“It was awesome,” said Hervol. “I was able to represent the club. Everyone here was supporting me. In order to win it in front of my friends and family was great.”

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