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Hopkinton Girls Get Big TVL Win Over Holliston

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The Hopkinton Lady Hillers took a big 69-44 victory Friday Night over the Holliston Panthers. Hopkinton’s balanced offensive attack and interior dominance allowed the Hillers to get within 3 wins of clinching a tournament spot. Holly Adams led the way for the Hillers racking up 17 points and 14 rebounds.

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Video Segment: Sports Recap January 13th through 17th 2015

Tuesday January 13th
Hopkinton Hillers Boys Basketball Beat Ashland 58-47
Matt Locke – 21 Points, Jake Doherty – 17 Points

Tuesday January 13th
Girls Basketball – Hopkinton beat Ashland 53-38
Julia Cansestrari – 24 Points (14 in 4th Quarter)

Tuesday Jan 13th
Hopkinton Indoor Track Lost to Norton, Girls Lost 48-38, Boys Lost 62-24
First lost for Hopkinton Girls since 2006. The Girls indoor Track Team won 144 straight meets until loss to Norton.

Tuesday January 13th
Hopkinton Boys Swimming (3-2) beat Medfield 98-83

Wednesday January 14th
Ashland beat Hopkinton Hockey 1-0
(Ashland Goalie Owen Bearer – 40 Saves)

Friday January 16th
Boys Basketball: Norton Beat Hopkinton (5-6) 52-45
Girls Basketball: Hopkinton (5-4) Beat Norton 69-39

Saturday January 17th
Boys Hockey: Hopkinton (4-5-1) beat Bellingham 5-0
Nashoba Wrestling beat Hopkinton 42-29

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Video Segment: Hillers Cheerleaders Host Pasta Dinner

The Hopkinton Hillers Cheerleaders hosted a pasta dinner at the Woodville Rod & Gun Club to help raise funding for their team. The funding will cover various competition trips and equipment. It has been a good year for the Hillers Cheerleaders and they are excited for what's to come. Head Coach Melissa Zwang talked about what the funding will go towards: "The proceeds go to Friends of Hopkinton Cheerleading to support all the financial needs of the program like uniforms, gymnastics, mats and any travel trips we go on."

I asked the cheer team about their favorite memory from winning national last year. Alex Balerna enjoyed the airplane trips, Brooke Bellar liked winning, Michelle Horrigan liked getting onto the mat and having a perfect routine, Emily Sheridan liked wearing the red jackets after they won.

To hear more from the cheerleaders and see scenes from the event, check out the video.

TVL Standings 1-25-2015

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Here are the latest standings in TVL Winter Sports (* marks post season spot)
Boys Hockey: (W-L-T)

Medfield 11-1-0*
Westwood 8-1-1
Medway 8-4-1

Dover-Sherborn 5-4-3

Holliston 6-6-2

Norton 4-3-2


Hopkinton 4-5-1

Ashland 3-5-2

Bellingham 1-11-2

Boys Basketball (W-L)

Westwood 11-0*

Dover-Sherborn 9-4

Ashland 8-4

Norton 8-5

Medway 6-4

Hopkinton 6-7

Medfield 6-7

Millis 5-6

Bellingham 2-11

Holliston 0-10

Hillers Boys and Girls Indoor Track improves to 7 and 1

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The Hopkinton Hillers Boys and Girls Track team improved to 7 and 1 with wins over Medway and Holliston.

The Hopkinton Girls took down Holliston 61-25 winning 5 of the 9 events. Hopkinton First Place Finishes include: Hurdle - Nicole Belisle, 1 Mile - MP Monks, 300 M - Taylor Velazquez, 2 Mile - Lauren Ness and Hopkinton won the relay.

Hopkinton Public Library Foundation Boston Marathon Runners

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Danielle Keane, Vipul Minocha and Jim Montalto will run the 2015 Boston Marathon to raise money for the restoration, renovation and expansion of Hopkinton Public Library.

JV's Roll to 3-0 Win over Northbridge

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The JV squad defeated Northbridge by a score of 3-0, extending their unbeaten streak to 14 games. Hunter Temple, Brett McIntire and Kyle Canty all had goals. Kyle Schlicke had 3 assists, while Peter Mitchell and Tim Bloomer had one each. Jake Neary recorded his 3 shut out of the season en route to the victory.

Varsity Hockey team beats Bellingham

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The Varsity Hockey team beat Bellingham by a score of 5-0 yesterday. Alex Kosheff led the way with two goals. Brandon Carty, Mike Messier and Everett Rolph had a goal each. Cam Finlayson chipped in 3 assists on the day and Nikolai Saporoschetz and Will Abbott had two assists a piece. Tim McGrath had two shut out periods, while Jake Neary saw his first Varsity action and persevered the shout out playing the third period.

TVL Standings Update January 15, 2015

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Here are the latest standings in TVL Winter Sports

Boys Hockey: (W-L-T)
Westwood 8-0-0
Medfield 8-1-0
Holliston 5-4-2
Medway 6-4-0
Norton 4-3-1
Dover-Sherborn 4-3-3
Ashland 3-5-1
Hopkinton 3-5-1
Bellingham 1-9-1

Boys Basketball (W-L)
Westwood 8-0
Dover-Sherborn 8-2
Ashland 6-3
Norton 6-4
Medway 5-3
Hopkinton 5-4
Medfield 5-5
Millis 2-6
Bellingham 2-8
Holliston 0-8

Hopkinton Girls Track Lost First Meet Since 2006

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They say all streaks are meant to come to an end, On Wednesday January 14th, another incredible streak ended as the Norton Lancers beat the Hopkinton Hillers Girls Indoor Track & Field team for the first time since 2006. The Hopkinton Hillers Girls Indoor Track Team won 144 meets in a row heading into Wednesday. Norton defeated Hopkinton 49-37 in a close, back and forth battle. Norton is off to their best start in school history as they are currently 7 and 0 on the season.

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