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Hiller Varsity Soccer Goes Down, Middle School Team Improves

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The HMS boys' soccer team improved its record to 1-0-1 with a 7-1 victory over Ashland yesterday. Eli Curl opened up the scoring netting the team's first two goals in the first half. Other goal scorers include Peyton Burns, Andrew Palleiko, Mike Poovakad, Mac Lind and Josh Altman. The defensive unit of Blake Manning, Ben McKenzie, Justin Normandeau, Brendan Kelly and Phillip McCarty played incredibly well. The boys travel to Millis on Friday September 19.

Hiller Field Hockey Play Date

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Come join the Hopkinton High School Varsity Field Hockey Team for the 9th annual fun filled Skill Development and Play Day. Participants will get to work with varsity players and coaches in learning about field hockey or perfecting current skills. The Play Day is designed to educate and mentor field hockey players of all levels.

There will be fun activities and small-sided games. This Play Day is a fundraiser for the Hopkinton High School Field Hockey Program. Don't miss the excitement!

Volleyball Still in First, XC on a Roll

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The Hiller Field Hockey team lost a tough one 1-0 to the Mustangs at Medway. They are on the road again on Friday, September 19, to face the Raiders at Dover-Sherborn at 3:30pm.

The Hiller Volley Ball team remains in 1st place in the Tri-Valley League with a 3-0 win over Norton at the Athletic Center. The ladies head to Holliston on Friday, September 19, to face the Panthers for a 4:30pm match.

The Girls Cross-Country team continues to roll through the TVL as they sprinted past Medway 15-50!

Girls Tie, Boys Lose, Golf Takes First.

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"I'm really proud of the way our golf team performed today at the Hopkinton Country Club." said Coach Bliss as the Hillers defeated previously undefeated Dover/Sherborn by the score of 225 - 243. The Hillers take sole possession of first place in the Tri Valley League with their win today. The Varsity record is now 6 - 0. We had great individual performances by Jr. Matt Johnson who shot a 1 under 35 - Our Capt. Jimmy Hervol made a double bogey on the last hole and still shot 37.

Golf Keeps On Rolling

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The Varsity and the Sub Varsity were both successful Monday and continued their winning ways. Both teams have 5-0 records at this early point in the season. The varsity went to Glen Ellen C.C. and defeated Millis by the score of 243 - 309. The sub varsity traveled to Millwood Farms Golf Club and defeated Framingham by a score of 254 - 272.

Registration for the 2015 Boston Marathon reopened

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Registration for the 2015 Boston Marathon will reopen on Monday, September 15 to all time qualifiers.

The B.A.A. will accept up to 8,000 additional qualifiers during the next phase of registration.

BOSTON - Registration for the 2015 Boston Marathon will reopen on Monday, September 15, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. ET and will continue through Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. ET.

During this period, any eligible qualifier may submit an application for entry. Entry is not first-come, first-served during this period.

Hillers Sweep Friday

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As the week in sports at Hopkinton High wraps up, big wins for 3 teams made this a memorable Friday.

In Hopkinton on Field 10, the Field Hockey team beat Westwood 3-0 with 2 goals by Kayla Sullivan and 1 from Julia Macchi. Sara Freedman was stellar in net. The ladies travel on Wednesday to face the Mustangs in Medway.

The Hiller Football team opened up their season at David Hughes Stadium with a big 35-27 win over Wayland. Great start to the season! The Hillers will head to Upton on Saturday the 19th for an 1100am game at Nipmuc Regional.

Hiller Soccer Splits, Golf Wins Again

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The Hiller Girls Soccer team lost to Medfield 2-0 on Thursday and will host the Lancers at Field 13 on Tuesday.

The Boys Soccer team got an early goal from Graham Kulig and it helped out for a 1-0 win over TVL rival Medfield. Greg Holler gets 2nd shutout of the year. The Hillers head out to Norton on Tuesday for their next match.

Keefe Tech - Marian Mustangs Football off to a winning start

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FRAMINGHAM, MA - The Keefe Technical School and Marian High School cooperative football team kicked off their first season together with a win against Matignon High School at Dilboy Stadium in Somerville on Saturday, September 6.

The Mustangs, who received approval in April from the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) to merge and become a cooperative football program, beat Matignon 28-6.

Hopkinton Little League Baseball and Softball Tryouts

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Tryouts will be Friday, September 12 through Sunday September 14.

Tryouts on Friday will NOW be at EMC Park

Hopkinton Little League
2015 Spring Season
Baseball & Softball Tryouts

Friday September 12th - EMC Park
5:30 – 6:30 10U Softball
6:30 - 7:30 12U Softball

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