Hiller Girls Perfect Season

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Hiller Varsity Girls Tennis ended the regular season this week with a 5-0 win over the Medway Mustangs on Monday and a 3-2 victory over the Wolverines of Westwood on Wednesday.

For the first time ever, the Lady Hillers went undefeated in the Tri Valley League with a 14-0 record, and the girls clinched the TVL championship for the second year in a row. The Hillers are awaiting the tournament seedlings next week.

Hillers Finish Season Ready For Weekend Tourney

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The Hiller Varsity Baseball team concluded it's Tri-Valley League schedule with an 11-10 victory at Westwood on Wednesday, May 22. In the process, the Hillers captured the Tri-Valley League Large Division title with a record of 12-6. Junior Andrew McMillan led the way for the Hillers, throwing 4-plus innings of solid relief for the victory and contributing two hits and three runs scored at the plate. Senior Ryan Sullivan had three doubles, while Senior Connor Hudson and Juniors Nick Burns and Chris Moberg all had two hits.

Team Hoyt 21st Annual 5K Road Race Comes to Hopkinton

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Father and son duo Dick and Rick Hoyt will be back in Hopkinton on Thursday, May 23 for the 21st Annual Team Hoyt 5K Road Race. For the last 20 years the race has been run in Waltham, Massachusetts. With course logistics a challenge and its popularity on the increase, Rick and Dick Hoyt considered a new location for the 2013 edition.

Hillers Take Down Mustangs

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The Hiller Varsity Baseball team improved to 11-6 (Overall, TVL) with a 5-3 victory at home over the Medway Mustangs on Monday, May 20. Sophomore Evan Park fired his second consecutive complete game victory, allowing just two earned runs while striking out six and walking none. Senior shortstop Ryan Sullivan led the offense, going 3-3 with a single, two homers, and 4 RBI. Junior Nick Burns also added a solo homer for the Hillers.

Hillers Ready for Post Season Action

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The Hiller Girls Varsity Tennis team are undefeated in the Tri-Valley League with 12 wins behind them. This week Coach Nancy Clark faced her two toughest opponents Cohasset and Wellesley, losing to both 3 sets to 2. "Both tough losses, but great competitive matches," said Clark, "and we need that experience as tournament approaches." Both games were non-league, so overall record is 14-2 and TVL record is 12--0.

Register Now for the 10th Annual Sharon Timlin 5K Race

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The 10th Annual Sharon Timlin Memorial 5K Road Race to Cure ALS will be held on Saturday, June 15, 2013 at Hopkinton High School. The 5K Online registration is open now! The 2013 race is limited to 1,800 participants and spaces fill up quickly.


  • USATF-certified 5K course with timed mile markers.
  • Professional finish line timing provided by RaceWire.


B.A.A. Issues Special Invitation To 2013 Boston Marathon Starters Who Did Not Cross Boylston Street Finish Line

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The B.A.A., organizer of the Boston Marathon, is issuing an invitation to participate in the 2014 Boston Marathon to official entrants in the 2013 Boston Marathon who were unable to cross the Boylston Street finish line. More than 5000 official starters were affected on Monday, April 15 at the 117th Boston Marathon when the race was stopped at 2:50 p.m. ET.

Hillers Clinched State Tourney Berth

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The Hiller Varsity Baseball team improved to 10-5 (Overall, TVL) with a 7-5 victory at Bellingham on Wednesday, May 15. In the process, the Hillers clinched a berth in the state tournament for the 15th consecutive season. The Hillers led 4-0 until Bellingham scored 5 runs in the 5th inning to take a 5-4 lead. The Hillers answered back, however, with 3 runs in the top of the 6th to re-take the lead for good.

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Elmwood Students Enjoy a Dinner With Champions

With the tragic events at the finish line of the Boston Marathon this year, many of the brighter events of the weekend were overshadowed. One of those events lost in the aftermath was a special trip into Boston on the Saturday before the race by third grade students at Elmwood Elementary School for a Dinner With Champions hosted by the Embassy of the Republic of Kenya and Run With Kenyans, a Boston-based organization that promotes Kenya's running culture.

Students in Mr. Keane's third grade class, accompanied by their parents and family members, were invited to the dinner as guests and as performers, recreating their performance from earlier in the week during the elite runners visit to Elmwood School.

Watch the HCAM News video to see highlights of the evening spent with the Kenyan runners at the Dinner With Champions. Enjoy!

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