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Meet Zachary Ritterbusch, a National Reflections Winner

Reflections is a national, arts-based program that encourages students to express their creativity across a theme and through a variety of venues. This years' theme was "Together We Can." The program competition begins at the local level with winners moving onto state and then the final, national level.

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Hopkinton 7, Bellingham 10

The Hillers went down to defeat to the Bellingham Blackhawks last Friday, 10 to 7. They were back in action on Monday and will be playing at home on Wednesday. Stay tuned to HCAM-TV for all of your Hiller baseball coverage.

Watch the video below for game highlights and learn more about Ryan Sullivan, the new record holder for most homeruns in a season.

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Homerun Record Broken

Hopkinton High School’s Varsity Baseball program has a new record holder. Sophomore Ryan Sullivan bashed his 9th home run in yesterday’s 6-2 victory over Dover Sherborn.

Sullivan takes over the school record which was previously held by current head coach Mark Stickney and former Hiller star Mark Ostrander.

Stickney hit 8 in 1975 as the Hillers ended up with a 5-11 season record. Ostrander tied the record in the 2004 season. That team was 24-4 and went on to win the state championship that year.

In 2011 Ryan Sullivan, tied the record on Wednesday and broke it yesterday.

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Hopkinton 7, Medfield 10

Baseball highlights from last week's game against Medfield.

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Hopkinton 14, Westwood 5

Watch the HCAM News video as Sports Reporter Mike Preite brings you highlights from the Hillers recent win over Westwood.

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HCAM News Sports Update - Hopkinton 8, Millis 1

Catch the latest update from Sports Reporter, Mike Preite, complete with highlights of the Boys Varsity Baseball game.

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EMC Hosts Pre-marathon Barbecue for Respite Center

Every year since 1999, members of the EMC Marathon Team have raised money for the Michael Carter Lisnow Respite Center and every year before the race the Respite Center sponsors a marathon kick-off barbecue, hosted by EMC, for Respite Center families and the runners, allowing the runners to meet their marathon team members and the families from the Respite Center they are raising money to support.

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Little League Opens Season with Annual Parade

To kick off the spring baseball season, the annual Hopkinton Little League parade took place on Sunday, April 10th.

Led by special guest Wally the Green Monster, hundreds of Little League players made their way from the Town Common to Carrrigan Park where the opening ceremony was held.

Kenyans Finish First in 115th Boston Marathon

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"I expect you are looking at a winner," said School Principal Ilene Silver on Kenya Day at Elmwood School. And she was right.

Geoffrey Mutai of Kenyan finished first in the men's race with an official time of 2:03:02. Fellow Kenyan Caroline Kilel came in first for the women with an official time of 2:22:36.

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Kenyan Runners visit Elmwood School

On Monday, Hopkinton will be the focus of the world as thousands descend upon the town to begin running the Boston Marathon. Thursday marked an annual event that allows Elmwood School students to take an active role for the pre-race celebration. Each year, a group of elite Kenyan runners stops by the elementary school for a pre-marathon rally. It is an event that has left an indelible mark on current High School seniors Kellie Lodge and Kim Bolick.


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