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Video: Hillers Golf Receives TVL Championship Trophy

At the end of the season golf banquet, 36th year Head Coach Dick Bliss and the senior captains (Geoff Holler, Jake Doherty and Matt Johnson) hoisted up the TVL championship trophy and many awards were given out to members of the team after an incredible 17 and 1 season. Some of the captains along with coach Bliss presented Athletic Director Eric Karjel with the 3rd straight Hillers Golf TVL championship trophy. The Hillers have made the state tournament 21 consecutive seasons.

Geoff Holler was voted by TVL coaches as the TVL Most Valuable Player while Freshman Abby Jaye won Hillers rookie of the year. Others honored include; Senior Aidan Curry, Junior Stephen Auslander, Junior Jonathan Simmer, Junior Nathan Tuite, Senior Nick Scire, Senior Jake Doherty and Senior Matt Johnson.

Seniors on the team featured: Geoff Holler, Jake Doherty, Matt Johnson, Drew Simi, Connor Czerepuszko, Nick Scire, Dario Venuto, Aidan Curry, Jake Southern, Matt Locke and Nate Mezitt. The majority of seniors on the team were part of the last 3 TVL championship runs.

Check out the highlights below.

Hiller Cheer TVL 5peat

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Congratulations to the Hopkinton Hiller Varsity Cheerleaders for winning their 5th consecutive Tri Valley League Championship against Ashland, Bellingham, Holliston, Medway, Norton and Medfield on Oct 29th, which was hosted by Hopkinton. The team won the title of Grand Champion of the Invitational for having the highest score of all 15 team that competed.

Sunday afternoon, the Hopkinton Varsity Cheerleaders will be competing at the South Regional Championship at Whitman Hanson. Let’s show our support by cheering them on! Go Hillers!

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Video: Seniors on the Hillers Golf Team Talk About TVL Championship Season

11 seniors played their last season with the Hopkinton Hillers Golf team this year. Led by Head Coach Dick Bliss, most seniors on this years squad saw their 3rd straight TVL championship. During the Hillers golf banquet players, coaches, family members and friends got to enjoy the below video of the senior players reflecting on their 17 and 1 TVL Championship season.

Hillers Volleyball advances to Semi-Finals

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The defending state champion #4 seeded Hopkinton Hillers Volleyball team swept #5th seeded Medfield at home to advance to the sectional semi-finals. The Hillers had control throughout the match and beat Medfield in 3 straight (25-8, 25-13, 25-22). Amanda Gilbert racked up 7 Kills, 13 digs and Annie Dumas had a big night with 8 Kills. Abbie Gilbert dominated from the corners with 10 kills overall. Jen Manning was unstoppable all night long with 18 digs and 5 aces. Rachel Zale did a nice job at setting up a number of scores as she totaled 20 assists.

Hillers Football at Home Tonight!

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The road weary Hopkinton Hiller football team will be in action tonight in what is likely their last Friday night home game of the year. Please come out to support the 4-4 Hillers as they try to move above .500 verses a tough Norwood team from the Bay State Conference.

Check out a cool photo of the Hillers and the home crowd above.

Hopkinton Hillers Fall Playoffs Update

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Field Hockey
#19 Hopkinton (9-7-2) - 0 @ #14 Notre Dame (10-5-3) - 1 (Hillers finish season 9-8-2)

Duxbury defeats Hopkinton 28-14 Friday Oct 30th

Hopkinton Hillers go back to regular season play
11/6 Norwood @ Hopkinton 7:00pm
11/13 Hopkinton @ Walpole 7:00pm
11/26 Ashland @ Hopkinton 10:00am

Volleyball - Hopkinton is the # 4 seed and will host Medfield the # 5 seed in the Central Volleyball Division 2 Quarter-Finals next Monday, November 9th at 7pm at the Athletic Center.

HMS Boys Finish 7-1

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The Hopkinton Middle School Boys’ soccer team finished their season with a 7-1 victory last Friday versus Millis. Goal scores were Jason Hicks (2 goals), Tim Fragiano, John Carson, Owen DiNicola, Steven Maffiore (2 goals). The boys and girls will conclude successful seasons Thursday night at the soccer banquet. Congratulations to both teams.

8th Grade Soccer Wrapping Up.

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Tyler Zanini played extremely well in goal as the Middle School Boys' soccer team played well in 0-0 tie on Monday versus Ashland. Despite hitting the cross bar six times the boys fought hard to the final whistle. The defensive line of Brady Sheehan, Nick Skiba, Max Rogers and Ellis Spar played solidly. The boys' record now stands at 7-1-3. They conclude their season home on today versus Millis.

Hillers Football gets Duxbury in 1st round of Playoffs

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The MIAA 2015 High School Football playoff brackets have been released. The 4 and 3 Hopkinton Hillers earned the 6th seed in the Southwest Bracket and will be on the road against 6 and 1 Duxbury in the first round. The game will take place Friday Night (October 30th) at 7:00pm. Duxbury is out of the Patriot League. The common opponent of Duxbury and Hopkinton was Holliston. Duxbury played a close game with Holliston on September 18th and lost 39-35. The Hillers also lost to Holliston on October 9th 35-14.

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Video: Hillers Sports Update 10-21-2015

-Wednesday October 14th Hillers Volleyball supported breast cancer awareness and research as they hosted "Dig Pink Night" while the defending state champion Hillers took on Ashland. Senior Abbie Gilbert put on an absolute show racking up 13 Kills and 3 Aces. The Hillers followed up with a 3-1 road victory on the road against Marlborough on Monday October 19th. The Hillers are now 11 and 2 on the season.

-Wednesday October 21st, An exciting Boys Varsity Soccer game, Ben Fargiano got the only goal with a header off a Dan Palleiko free kick to help the Hillers take down Holliston 1-0. The Hillers stay alive in the playoff picture as they improve to 5-8-2 (14 Points), Holliston fell to 9-2-4, (22 Points).

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