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Middle School Soccer Season Winding Down

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Alex Clements, Michael Covino, Joe Lanen and Ben Ullman played well in yesterday’s soccer game as Hopkinton fell defeat to Wayland Middle School. The boys travel to Sudbury today. The team concludes their season Thursday home versus Weston and away on Friday versus Wellesley.

Photos, Photos and More Photos!

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HCAM's Mike Torosian was busy this weekend; from the Pep Rally at the high school, to the homecoming football game and the Dig Pink Volleyball match, Mike was on scene filming and taking pictures.

We are hoping to air the replay of the Pep Rally on Thursday, October 27th and all of Mike's photos can be viewed on our photo website Scene in Hopkinton.

For Pep Rally photos, Click Here.

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Varsity Hiller Cheerleaders to Host TVL Competition

On October 27th at 6:30pm, the Varsity Hiller cheerleaders will host 7 other Tri-Valley League schools in a cheerleading competition. This gives the girls a chance to showcase their skills in a different type of arena.

At the competition, the girls are judged on a variety of different categories, and the stakes for winning are just as high as how far the girls fly during a stunt. The girls have big goals for this year's competition, not just because of their acrobatic flips, but because of the bond that they have fostered with each other.

Sports Ticker for Tuesday's Games

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The Middle School boys’ soccer team won yesterday 5-2 vs. Dedham yesterday. Matt Johnson (2 goals), Will Yaggy, Ben Ullman, and Conor Murphy tallied Hopkinton’s goals. Joe Lanen, Nick Gammal and Ryan DiNicola assisted on three of the goals. Josh Martel and Alex Clement played strong games. The boys play away on Thursday and Friday this week.

Hiller Sports Update

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Hopkinton Varsity Volleyball defeated Holliston Monday night, 3-0 (25-11, 25-22, 25-20).
The outside hitters led the offense with freshman Holly Adams scoring 13 kills and junior Tess Chandler adding 12 kills and a block. Senior Hannah Krueger added 6 kills.
Senior setter Katy Cook and freshman setter Renee Cooprider combined for 30 assists.
The defense was led by junior Lindsay Manning who scrambled for 23 digs. Manning also contributed 11 service points (including 2 aces) and passed serve perfectly.

14th Annual Michael's Run

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Every October the Michael Carter Lisnow Respite Center holds a special road race in Hopkinton. People gather together to run, walk, or wheel three miles (5k) through the beauty of a fall New England day. This day is in the memory of Michael Lisnow, for whom the Respite Center is named. Awards are given out for the top three males and top three females in these categories: 6 and under, 7-13, 14-19, 20-30, 21-40, 41-50, 51-60, and 60+.

Hopkinton Youth Soccer 3v3 Tournament Winners

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On Monday, October 10th, the Hopkinton Youth Soccer 3v3 tournament took place at the Fruit Street Athletic Complex. To see the list of winners, click on the attached document below.

Hillers Sports Ticker.

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The 8th Grade Boys' Soccer team tied Ashland 1-1on Tuesday. Connor Murphy scored Hopkinton's goal in the first half. Zach Doss played an exceptional game. Also playing well for the Hillers was Jeff Ferri, Ryan DiNicola and Jonathan DeMarco. The boys play Thursday and Friday this week.

Hopkinton boys and girls Cross Country won the meet against Bellingham today. They will race again on this Friday at Westwood. "Should be a great race for both teams", say Coach Fairbanks.

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28 Teams Complete the Run Around Hopkinton Marathon Relay

Twenty-eight teams of four to six runners participated in the Run Around Hopkinton Marathon Relay Race on Sunday October 2nd. The winning team, "Not This Worm", led by captain Chris Gooley finished with a final time of 2:44:40.

The event kicked off at the high school track early in the morning and team members proceeded through the sixlegs of the relay throughout the day cheered on by family, friends and their team members.

8th Grade Boys Fall To The Cougars.

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The 8th Grade Boys’ Soccer team took a 0-0 tie into halftime eventually falling to Sudbury Middle School 2-0. Playing well for the Hillers was Zach Doss, Ricky Litavis, Connor Murphy, Joe Lanen and Nick DiBenedetto. The boys travel to Weston on Thursday.

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