Patriots vs Texans Preview

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The weekend starts here! The New England Patriots will play the Houston Texans in Gillette Stadium at 8:25 pm. With both Tom Brady and Jimmy Garoppolo out, third string quarterback Jacoby Brissett will get the start. TE Rob Gronkowski has been out since the start of the season with a hamstring injury, but plans to start today. The talk of the week, however, is that WR Julian Edelman will be the back-up quarterback. Edelman was a quarterback at Kent State and all Patriot fans remember his incredible TD pass to Danny Amendola vs the Ravens a few years back.

Hillers Sports Update 9-22-2016

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8th Grade Field Hockey opened at Westwood with a nail biter and a 0-0 result. Nice net by Sophie Driscoll and Vani Sharma combined with a strong offense and solid defense challenged the Westwood squad. Come support the team next week with 3 home games on Monday, Thursday and Friday - Field #9 and a 3:30 start (Courtesy: Beth Reynolds)

Hillers Field Hockey stands at 4 wins, 2 ties, 0 losses after tying a tough Dover-Sherborn team 0-0. Dover-Sherborn is now 3 wins, 1 tie, 1 loss on the season. Hillers Field Hockey is next at home Friday (9/23) against Medfield at 3:30pm.

HMS Girls Soccer Defeats Ashland in Opener

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The Hopkinton Middle School Girls’ soccer team won their season opening game yesterday against Ashland, beating them 4-0. Goals were scored by Brooke Farrell, Kristen McCluskey and Julianne Sage. The girls play again today (Thursday Sept 22) at Mendon.

Video: Hillers Sports Update 9-21-2016

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On September 15th, Hillers Girls Soccer took on Norton. A good defensive clash but the scoring opened up a bit in the 2nd half. Norton netted 2 goals and held on to win 2-1. The Hillers girls currently have no wins, 2 losses and 2 ties. Their most recent game was a 1-1 tie on the road vs Holliston.

On September 20th the Hillers boys took on Holliston. The Panthers netted a goal in each half and took the game 2-0. It was the 4th win in a row and 4th shutout in a row for undefeated Holliston. Hillers boys stand at 2 wins, 2 losses on the season.

HMS Soccer Team Opens Season with Victory Over Ashland

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The Middle School boys' soccer team opened their season with a 2-1 victory versus Ashland. Ethan Champlin opened the scoring in the first half with a goal assisted by Danny Andrews. Ashland tied the game 1-1. About midway into the 2nd half Danny Andrews scored the game winner assisted by Rex Lind. Playing particularly well defensively for the Hillers was John Mastrangelo, Justin Wade and Jack Varner. Patrick Crantz earned the victory in goal. The boys play in Mendon today after school. Their next home game is Friday on Field 5.

Hillers Freshman Volleyball Update

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On Monday (9/12), The girls freshman volleyball team lost to East Coast powerhouse Barnstable (2-1) in the mandatory third set. Solid serving by Ally Graeber and Kayla Cumpelik helped the team clench the second set, but they unfortunately fell short for third set 15-7.

Hillers @ Westwood is candidate for Fox 25 Friday Night High School Game of the Week

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This coming Fridays, Hopkinton VS Westwood game is a candidate for the Fox 25 game of the week! Support the Hillers and vote here! The game is a road game for the Hillers at Westwood high school and kicks off at 7pm. Last year when the teams met up in Hopkinton, Westwood came back to beat Hopkinton in the closing minutes of the game.

Hopkinton Hillers Sports Update September 13th

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-The Medfield Warriors Girls Varsity Soccer team remained undefeated as they picked up a road win against the Hopkinton Hillers 2-0. The game was a defensive battle and a goal was not scored until late in the 2nd half. Both goals in the game were scored by Juniors, Margaret Hurley scored the first Medfield goal followed by a Taylor Sherman goal a few minutes later.

Video: Hillers Boys and Girls Varsity Soccer Opening Night VS Ashland

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Hillers Boys Soccer picked up a win in their first game of the season as they shutout Ashland 4-0. Senior, Ben Fargiano and Sophomore, Michael Poovakad scored the two first half goals and then the Hillers added 2 more in the 2nd half, one off of a Duncan Schnur header and the other off of a Andrew Palleiko shot to run away with the victory. View game below:

Hopkinton School Committee Opens Applications for "Athletic Fields Sub-Committee"

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The Hopkinton School Committee is seeking applications for participation in an Athletic Fields Sub-Committee. The purpose of the Sub-Committee is to facilitate the development of a proposed athletic field master plan and make recommendations to the School Committee for any new capital projects. This will be a public committee and operate subject to the Open Meeting Law.


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