Video: Hillers Sports Update 10-27-2016

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- The Hopkinton Hillers Field Hockey team defeated Ashland 3-1 to improve to 11-3-3 (25 points) on the season. The Hillers are heading to the playoffs and currently on top of the TVL.

- Hillers Volleyball got back in the win column with a 3-0 shutout over Norton. The Playoff bound Hillers are at the top of the TVL with a 15-2 record.

- Scroll to the bottom to check out highlights of the Hillers Fall Pep-Rally and the Homecoming Football game VS Medfield!

Hillers Sports Update 10-25-2016

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-Hillers Boys Soccer (7-9-1, 15 points) fell to Medway at Home 3-1 Tuesday Night. The Mustangs improved to (11-5-2, 24 points).

-Hillers Girls Soccer fell to Medway 1-0 Tuesday Night. Hillers Girls are now 3-9-5 on the season.

Hillers Sports Update 10-24-2016

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The Medfield Warriors and Hopkinton Hillers kicked off on a very rainy Friday night at Hopkinton High School. The original 7pm kickoff was pushed up to 6pm to avoid some rain storms in the area but severe thunderstorms forced a stoppage in the 2nd quarter with 1:37 left.

Despite the heavy rain, both teams did not shy away from the pass although the rain led to drops and difficulty for both teams to gain momentum on offense. The game was suspended for one hour before it was decided to continue the game the following day (Saturday 10/22) at 4:30pm.

Hillers Sports Update 10-21-2016

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Contributed Updates:
The HMS boys' soccer team put in a fabulous effort playing to a 3-3 to an undefeated Milford team yesterday. Russell DeMarco scored all three goals for the Hillers. The players should stay tuned to announcements later in the day about practice if the weather is inclement.

Friday's Hillers Schedule:
JV Boys and Girls Soccer Postponed to Monday 10/24.
Hillers Varisty Girls @ Millis moved to 3:30
Hillers Volleyball VS Medfield 5:30

Video: Hillers Sports Update 10-20-2016

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-On Wednesday (October 19th) Playoff bound Hillers Field Hockey recorded their 3rd tie of the year after a 1-1 result against Dover-Sherborn. The Hillers are fighting for seeding with a 9-3-3 record (21 points).

-Hillers Girls Soccer recorded a 4-0 road win against Bellingham. Hopkinton Girls are now 3-7-5 (11 points) on the season.

-Hillers Girls Volleyball is now 13-1 on the season as they swept their 8th straight match. The Girls took down Westwood at home.

Athletic Fields Sub-Committee Holds 1st Meeting

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Over the last two months, the Hopkinton Public School District has established an Athletic Fields Sub-Committee to facilitate the development of an athletic field master plan proposal and make recommendations to the School Committee for any new capital projects that would enhance the current outdoor athletic facilities. During the life of the project, the Sub-Committee plans to identify current outdoor athletic facility conditions and constraints for the Hopkinton Public Schools while also gathering input from stakeholder groups across the community regarding current and potential usage.

Hillers Sports Update 10-18-2016

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-Hillers Boys Soccer fell on the road against Holliston 4-1. Holliston improves to 10-3-0 (20 points) while Hillers are now 5-8-1 (11 points)

-Hillers Girls tied Holliston at the Fruit St. Fields 0-0. Hillers girls are now 2-7-5 (9 points), Holliston is 5-3-5 (15 points).

-Hillers Field Hockey grabbed a 2-0 win over Hopedale. The playoff bound Hillers stand at 9-3-2 (20 Points).

Hillers Sports Update 10-15-2016

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-Hopkinton Hillers Football improved to 2-3 on the season Friday as they took down Bellingham 45-14. Isaac Stilwell and Connor Hebert combined for 230+ yards rushing and scored 2 touchdowns a piece.

Hillers Sports Update 10-14-2016

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-Hopkinton Field Hockey improved to 8-3-2 (18 Points) as they took down Medway 3-1. The Mustangs fall to 6-5-2 (14 Points).

-Hillers Boys and Girls Cross Country both got wins over Ashland. The Boys won 21-40, Girls 18-42. The Hillers Boys are now 4-2 on the season, while Ashland falls to 2-5. Hillers girls are a perfect 6-0, while Ashland is 4-2.

Help Fight Cancer at Hillers Football Game

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October is Breast Cancer awareness month! You can donate to the American Cancer Society at the ticket tables prior to Friday nights Hillers home football game VS Bellingham. Freshman football players will also be walking around at half time accepting donations. Kickoff between the Hillers and Bellingham is at 7pm from David M. Hughes Stadium. View more about the football fundraiser below. Prior to Friday nights football game, Hillers volleyball will host their annual dig pink match to benefit the Side-Out Foundation for Cancer Research and Awareness in the athletic center at 6:30.


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