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Video: Hillers Football and Girls Soccer Take Home Wins

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On Thursday October 3rd, Hillers Girls Soccer took down Ashland 3 to 0. Ava Perlov had 2 Goals and an Assist in the win.

On Saturday October 5th, Hiller Football scored in the final 42 seconds to take down Norwood in their Home Opener 12 to 7. WR/DB, Cole Salyards (JR) accrued 7 receptions for 68 yards and racked up 10 defensive tackles.

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Hillers Sports Update 10-8-2019

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Girls Volleyball: Hillers took a 3-1 road-win in Westwood on Monday. Angie Grabmeier had 19 asists, 5 kills, 1 block, 7 aces and 15 digs. Cassie White pitched in with 4 kills and 2 digs and Cadyn Boyce racked up 6 kills, 2 aces and 3 digs. (25-13, 25-17, 15-25, 25-10)

On Tuesday, the Hillers followed up with a 3-2 win over Algonquin. Hiller Girls volleyball now stands at 12 and 0 on the season.

Cross Country: Hillers Boys and Girls Cross Country took down Ashland and claimed the TVL Large title. Alex Brown broke his own course record at Hopkinton State Park.

Video: Hopkinton Hillers Sports Update 10-2-2019

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Hillers Girls Field Hockey recently met up with Ashland at Ashland High School. Both teams exchanged goals on penalty corners in the 2nd half and ended in a 1-1 draw. Alyssa Souza had the only Hillers goal.

The Hillers followed up with a 2-0 loss in Medfield and a 3-0 win in Bellingham Wednesday. Hopkinton stands at 4 wins, 4 losses and 3 ties on the season. After taking on Westwood on Friday October 4th, the Hillers will be at home for their final 6 games of the regular season.

Video: Hopkinton Hillers Soccer Update 9-25-2019

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Hopkinton Hillers Boys and Girls soccer have both been playing hard throughout the first few weeks of the preseason. Recently the girls took on Westwood and Norwood while the Boys battled Holliston. View highlights below!

Invitational Entries for Boston Marathon Now Available from 26.2 Foundation

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An International Marathon Center in Hopkinton Comes One Step Closer to Reality

Promising major developments in both the marathon profile of Hopkinton and the international recognition of distance running, the 26.2 Foundation today announced that it has been named a Community Partner of the Boston Athletic Association (BAA), and that its selection will allow the Foundation to significantly increase the number of invitational entries available for its ‘Team Inspire’ runners. Registration opens today for the Foundation's 2020 Boston Marathon team (details below).

Hopkinton, MA: A Special Place to Start

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Hopkinton is the start line of the world famous Boston Marathon, but does that make is special in the marathoning world? We know it’s special to the residents of Hopkinton, many of whom watch, volunteer, or run the marathon year after year, but what about some of the well-known runners who came here to begin their 26.2 mile journey to the finish line? What do they think? How does Hopkinton compare to other start lines? To find out, read on and hear what they have to say.

Hopkinton Middle School Soccer Wins 2nd Game

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The boys’ soccer team played well yesterday earning a 5-0 victory vs. Millis. Jack Ianelli, Noah Cann, Derek Hatherly, and Anthony Deluca were the Hiller goal scorers. Guyaz Yuspov, Connor Cho and Will Morgan played solid games on defense. This puts the team record at 2-0.

Video: Hillers Girls Volleyball Stays Undefeated with Win over Barnstable

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This past Friday, Hiller Girls Volleyball met up with D1 powerhouse, Barnstable at the Hopkinton Athletic Center. The Hiller Girls played an outstanding game and took down Barnstable in 4 sets (25-17, 22-25, 25-17, 25-17).

Senior, Angie Grameier contributed 12 Kills, 2 Aces, a block, 13 Digs and 20 Assists. The Hillers also had heavy contributions from Amelia Senseney, Mirabella Paolucci, Morgan Allen and Rachel Leeret.

Video: Hopkinton Hillers Field Hockey Update

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Hillers Field Hockey took on Dedham on September 6th. The game was a good defensive battle and ended in a 0-0 tie.

On September 9th, the Hillers Field Hockey team hosted Hopedale. Vani Sharma and Sarah Doyle each netted a goal and Megan White netted a pair of goals in the 4-0 win.The Hillers would fall in their next game on Wednesday September 11th 4-0 vs Westwood.

Hillers Field Hockey stands at 2 wins, 1 loss and 1 tie on the season. View highlights below.

Video: Hillers Volleyball Defeats Medfield in Season Opener Highlights

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On Wednesday (9/4), the Hopkinton Hillers defeated Medfield by way of the Sweep in their Season Opener. Hillers the first 3 matches (25-13, 25-18, 25-10).

Cadyn Boyce (JR) - 9 Kills, 7 Digs, Angie Grabmeier (SR) - 5 Kills, 6 Digs, Kate Powers (SO) - 5 Aces, 2 Digs, 3 Kills, Morgan Allen (SR) - 18 Digs, 2 Aces.

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