Abbie Benford Memorial Game

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The Hopkinton High School Field Hockey team will be hosting a game today, October 7th in memory of Abbie Benford.

The teams decided they wanted this game to be in memory of Abbie Benford and to raise funds for the KeepSmilin4Abbie Foundation. There will be baked goods, candy, drinks, Keep Smilin' bracelets, and shirts for sale. Stephen and Amy Benford will be our honored guests at the game.

Golf Takes 2 W's in Tri-Match

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A great day all around for the Hillers today. The JV team defeated Medfield by a score of 255 to 273. Congratulations to the kids that played in the match today. A special congratulations go out to Chris Hadley on getting his 1st hole in one on the 2nd hole at Ponkapoag Golf Club! Congratulations also to Kyle Fairbanks for shooting a great round of 35.

Hiller Golf Tops Blackhawks

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October 6, 2015 - The Varsity team traveled to Bungay Brook Golf Course today to play Bellingham. The Hillers were able to defeat The Black Hawks with a score of 237 to 294. Leading the way for the Hillers today were our three captains. Geoff Holler with a 37, Matt Johnson with a 38, and Jake Doherty with a solid 39.

Nathan Mezitt - 40
Abby Jaye - 41
Drew Simi - 42
Nick Scire - 45
Connor Czerepuszko - 46

The Hillers record is now 10-1.

Hiller Shut Down Mustangs 28-0

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Senior QB Jake Kelleher threw two touchdowns to Matt Lindquist while Jack Vaccarri had a 70 yard punt return for a touchdown to pace Hopkinton over Medway 28-0 in Friday night action. The Hiller defense pitched their first shut out of the year led behind Jack Guelfi's 10 tackles. Connor Hebert scored a 13 yard TD and San Lehman rushed for over 100 yards. The Hillers take on TVL rival, Holliston next Friday at Dave Hughes Stadium. Go Hillers!

Photo by: Cara Carrazza

Golfers Win in Holliston

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The Hiller Varsity took the short bus ride down to Holliston to Pine Crest C.C. and defeated the Holliston Panthers by a score of 232 – 260. The Hillers record is now 9 – 1 and are still tied with Medfield for first place in the TVL. They have reached one of their team goals this season by qualifying for the MIAA State Tournament. The Hillers have reached the State Tournament for the 18th year in a row. Here are the scores from today’s victory. The par is 33 at Pine Crest and it became very cold during and after the round today.

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Video: Hillers Football VS Westwood 9-25-2015 Highlights

Westwood scores 22 points in 4th quarter to beat Hillers 22-20
Westwood (2-1) Hillers (1-2)

Brendan Patterson (WW) 2 TDS, 1 Rush TD, 150+ Yards Passing
Kevin Hession and Rob Antonucci, Ryan McDonald score touchdowns

Jake Kelleher (HH) 1 TD, 163 Yards Passing, Int,
Jack Vaccari - 2 Touchdown Receptions, 142 YDS receiving

Watch the crazy highlights below!

Hiller Golf in 1st Place Battle

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The Varsity Golf team played really solid team golf today vs. a very good Dover Sherborn team today at Hopkinton Country Club. In a battle for first place in the TVL the Hillers played great and defeated D/S by a score of 234 – 258. The Hillers record is now 8 -1 and tied for first place in the TVL with Medfield. Hillers are scheduled to play Medfield on Wednesday, but that will be postponed due to the rainy weather all day tomorrow. Everyone on the team will enjoy a day off to take care of school work and family projects.

Hillers 5-2 the Clockers

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Tyler Zanini played extremely well in goal as the Middle School Boys' soccer team improved its record to 2-0-1 with a 5-2 victory in Ashland yesterday. Scoring for the Hillers was Devin Kelley (2 goals), Jack Rodgers, Tim Fargiano and Riley Hargrave. Playing particularly well was Ellis Spar, Brady Sheehan and Owen DiNicola. The boys next play in Millis on Thursday and home on Friday versus Newton.

At the Varsity Level, the Field hockey team picked up a couple of more points beating Hopedale 2-0 in non-league action. They will travel to Ashland on Friday for a 3:15 pm match.

Friday Wrap Up

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Hiller Football suffered a 22-20 loss to Westwood Friday Night at David Hughes Stadium. Hillers held a 20-0 lead in the 4th quarter, but the Wolverines fought back with 3 unanswered touchdowns and converting twice with 2 point P.A.T.'s. The Hillers head to Medway on Friday, October 2nd.

The Middle School Boys' soccer team won their game against Milford at home last Friday 8-0. The entire team played well. Steven Maffiore scored a hat trick. Devin Kelley and Jack Rodgers had two goals each. Jason Hicks also scored a goal. The boys travel to Ashland today.

Hillers Football takes on Westwood tonight

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Tonight the 1 and 1 Westwood Wolverines take on the 1 and 1 Hopkinton Hillers. Westwood so far this season lost to Foxborough 25-20 and defeated Seekonk 36-6.


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