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Hiller Rackets Remain Undefeated

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On Friday, the Hiller Girls Varsity took down Millis at home, beating them 5-Love. Today Hillers hosted the Mustangs of Medway and shut them out 5-0 The girls overall record 7-0 (TVL 6-0).

In baseball news, the Varsity Baseball team improved to 5-1 (Overall, TVL) with a 4-3 victory at home over Millis on Friday, April 26. Senior Connor Hudson pitched five solid innings for the win, while Junior Andrew McMillan earned the save. Senior Ryan Sullivan and Junior Chris Moberg each had RBI doubles for the Hillers.

Boys Track: Hopkinton 99, Holliston 37

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At the meet held on Thursday, April 25, the Hillers took charge early with a sweep of the 100M with a Gwil O’Rourke, Chris Jenis, and Michael Cuthbert, finishing first, second and third. Hopkinton increased its lead with 1st place finishes in all the throwing events: Sean Webster in Shot put, Connor Murdock in Javelin, and Brady Sharon in the Discus. Hopkinton also had strong performances in the jumping events with several first place finishes: Matt Bowman in the Long Jump and Luke Moschini in the High Jump & Triple Jumps.

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Hillers Win Against Bellingham Blackhawks

Watch the HCAM News sports update as the Hopkinton High School Varsity Baseball team takes on the Bellingham Blackhawks and wins

Hiller Bats Down Blackhawks

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The Varsity Baseball team improved to 4-1 (overall, TVL) with a 7-3 win at home over Bellingham on Wednesday, April 24. Junior Nick Burns improved to 2-0 on the season, throwing a complete game 3-hitter with six strikeouts. Seniors Connor Hudson and Ryan Sullivan each had 3-run homers for the Hillers, and Hudson added an RBI double.

Summer Lifeguards Wanted

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Sandy Beach Lifeguards

The Town of Hopkinton Parks and Recreation Department is looking for qualified seasonal lifeguards for the
Town Beach. The position is a 30-36 hour week and starts June 29th to August 18th, 2013. The position has the following
requirements*.

•Lifeguard Training
American Red Cross Lifeguard Training; or YMCA Lifeguarding

•First Aid: American Red Cross Community First Aid & Safety; or American Red Cross Standard First Aid; or National Safety Council "Green Cross" 8 Hour First Aid course

Hillers Take Panthers 13-7

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The Varsity Baseball Team improved to 3-1 (3-1 TVL) with a 13-7 win at Holliston on Monday, April 22. Trailing 7-6 entering the 7th inning, the Hillers broke it open with 7 runs in the final frame. Senior Connor Hudson knocked in the game-tying and winning runs run a two-run, two-out double in the 7th. Hudson also pitched 3 1/3 strong innings of relief for the win. Junior Chris Moberg led the Hillers offense with 3 hits and 2 RBI, while Hudson, Ryan Sullivan, Nick Burns, Matt Decina, and Grant Olson all had 2 hits.

One Fund Boston, Mayor Menino, and Governor Patrick Call for Moment of Silence on Monday Afternoon

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Mayor Thomas M. Menino, Governor Deval L. Patrick, and One Fund Boston are calling upon Boston and all communities across the Commonwealth to join together in a Moment of Silence on Monday afternoon, exactly one week following the Boston Marathon bombings.

The minute of silence will take place at 2:50 p.m. ET to honor the victims of the attacks and their families. It will be followed by the ringing of bells throughout Boston and the Commonwealth.

Herr Represents Hopkinton At Interfaith Healing Service

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Dear Neighbors,

Earlier today I was honored to represent the citizens of Hopkinton at the Interfaith Healing Service at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston. People of all faiths gathered to remember those who lost their lives and to offer prayers for those injured by the senseless acts of violence on Patriots Day.

Run Around Hopkinton Relay Sponsors Run to Support Bombing Victims

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The Run Around Hopkinton Marathon Relay is sponsoring a morning run to show solidarity and support for those affected by the bombings at the Boston Marathon finish line on Saturday, April 20 at 7:30AM at the start line in Hopkinton.

Details as posted on their Facebook Page are listed below.

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Prayer Service Held Today on the Town Common

Led by Pastor Rob Davis of the Vineyard Church located on South Street in Hopkinton, and joined by Pastor Mike Laurence and Former Pastor Dick Germaine of Faith Community Church and Pastor Laurel Coolbaugh of the Woodville Baptist Church, a prayer service for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing was held on Wednesday afternoon on the Town Common.

Watch the HCAM News video to listen as each pastor prays, and to Pastor Davis as he talks about the conflicting emotions he is experiencing as one of the runners who finished the race.

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