Hopkinton's Teddy Doherty in running for one of the Most Coveted College Hockey Award

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Junior Hockey Player at Boston College Teddy Doherty was named a nominee for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award. The award is one of college hockey's most prestigious awards.

Teddy Doherty so far this season has played 19 games for the Boston College Eagles, scoring 5 goals, racking up 10 assists for 15 points total.
Doherty was also a key force last season in the Boston College NCAA Frozen Four Semi-Final run.

Girls and Boys Indoor Track and Field Both Improve to 4-0 with Wins vs Westwood

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The Hopkinton Hillers Girls Indoor Track and Field Team improved to 4 and 0 defeating Westwood by a total score of 59-27.

Hopkinton First Place Finishes Include:
Hurdle - Nicole Belisle
600 M - Emily Hoffman
300 M - Emily Mastrianni
High Jump - Zoe Komodromos
1000 M - Isabelle Giordano
Relay was won by Hopkinton

The Hopkinton Hillers Boys Indoor Track and Field Team also improved to 4 and 0 defeating Westwood 75-10. Hopkinton athletes finished 1st in every event.

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Video Segment: Hopkinton Hockey beat Medway 3-2

On Saturday Janruary 3rd, Hopkinton Hillers Hockey battled TVL rival Medway Mustangs. The first goal of the game was scored in the 2nd period by Medways Cole Fisher just over one minute in off a beauty of a pass from Kevin Kaufman. The Hillers would respond a few minutes later, Cam Finlayson took it around the net and left it for Freshman Will Abbott who went off the goalie to make it 1-1 with Nine minutes left in the 2nd.

Later, with seconds left in the 2nd period Medway's Cam Fisher broke down the ice and shot 5 hole but was denied from a great save by Hillers goalkeeper Tim McCgrath. The game was tied at 1 entering the 3rd period. Will Abbott set up a Jordan Caroll goal to make it 2-1 Hopkinton with 5:59 left to go. Then just over 90 seconds later, Everett Rolph broke away and scored to make it 3-1 Hillers. The Hillers got the 3-2 win and improved to 4-2-2, while Medway fell to 4-3. Depite the Mustangs outshooting Hopkinton 36-10, the Hillers pull off the big TVL victory.

Watch the Videos to see the highlights from the last couple weeks of Hillers Sports.

Metrowest Daily News Girls Volleyball "Super Team" is loaded with Hillers

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The Metrowest Daily News have posted their "Super Team"! The Metrowest Daily News article lists the best of the best in Girls Volleyball from around the area. The Division 2 State Champion Hopkinton Hillers are well represented on the Metrowest Daily News Super Team. The Hillers named to the super team consist of: Holly Adams, Renee Cooprider and Hanna Engstrom. Kaitlin West was also featured in the article as she was named to the Metrowest Daily News First Team, Whitney Thalheimer was named to the Metrowest Daily News Second team.

America’s First Day Hikes 2015

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On January 1st, the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) will host America’s First Day Hikes 2015 at 12 park locations across the Commonwealth. With over 450,000 acres, spanning Boston to the Berkshires, Massachusetts state parks boast a variety of beautiful settings for year-round outdoor recreation, and each hike will offer a unique natural and cultural environment. The First Day Hikes tradition began more 20 years ago in Massachusetts, and has now become a national event. 2015 will mark the 4th consecutive year that all 50 states have held First Day Hikes.

Hopkinton Hillers Sports 12/18-12/28

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Thursday December 18th
Hillers Wrestling beat Newton North 43-33

Friday December 19th
Boys Basketball – Medway beat Hopkinton 44-42
Girls Basketball – Hopkinton beat Medway 50-31

Saturday December 20
Hockey – Hopkinton lost to Westwood 5-1

Monday December 22nd
Hockey – Hopkinton beat Auburn/Millbury 5-0

Tuesday December 23rd
Boys Basketball – Hopkinton beat Holliston 63-42
Girls Basketball – Hopkinton beat Holliston 58-52
Co-Ed Swimming – Hopkinton beat Waltham 93-91

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Video Segment: Hopkinton Highlights of 2014

2014 was a very exciting year in Hopkinton, The Hillers Volleyball team took home a state championship, Hopkinton cheerleaders took home a national championship. Also in 2014 new business was introduced downtown. The town was awarded in safety and for the school systems among other categories,
a few well known town employees retired while others were promoted. Also this year Hopkinton welcomed new Police Chief Edward Lee, a handful of Hillers got the experience of winning the Legion Baseball State Championship with Milford Post 59 and playing in the regional tournament in Connecticut
and many plans were put in place for further development that should lead to a very positive future and growth for Hopkinton.

It was a terrific year overall for our town and if 2015 is anything like 2014, the future will be very bright!

Run the 2015 Boston Marathon for the Library!

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The Hopkinton Public Library Foundation (HPLF) is seeking TWO individuals to run the 2015 Boston Marathon to raise money for the Library restoration, renovation and expansion. 2015 is the groundbreaking year for the new library, as well as the Library’s 120th year serving the Hopkinton community! Last year, HPLF runners raised over $20,000 for the new Library. Join us as a member of the HPLF Boston Marathon Team, and help us to raise funds for the much-needed renovation and expansion of Hopkinton Public Library.

Hillers back on the winning side

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The boys Hockey team returned to winning form yesterday afternoon, defeating Auburn 5-0 at home in Navin.

Milford High School Student Receives MIAA Student-Athlete of the Month Award

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Ryan Dahlgren, a senior at Milford High School, has been selected as the recipient of the “MIAA Student-Athlete of the Month Award" for November 2014.


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