Applications for Boston Marathon Invitational Applications Due This Friday

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In accordance with Section 2 of the Hopkinton Marathon Policy, the Board of Selectmen invites applications for the upcoming 2013 Boston Marathon in the following manner:

Seventeen (17) invitational applications will be distributed to qualified organizations through a lottery that will take place at a special Board of Selectmen meeting on Tuesday, November 20, 2013. In order to qualify for the lottery, an organization must fit one of three category descriptions outlined in the Town’s Marathon Policy, namely:

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Game Highlights: Hopkinton 7, Westwood 14

The Hillers football team celebrated senior night, which recognizes the departing players' achievements on the team. However, after the ceremony, there was not much else to celebrate on the field as the Hillers lost to TVL rival Westwood 14-7. The game remained scoreless until the fourth quarter when Westwood scored a touchdown with 6:57 left in the game. The usually potent Hillers offense was stymied all night long. Quarterback Hank Rudden threw 3 interceptions, and star running back Nolan Cornu was held to just 39 yards, with no carries over 5 yards. The loss sets up the now 8-2 Hillers for a huge Thanksgiving Day showdown with Holliston, as that game's winner will capture the TVL title.

HHS Cheerleaders Qualify for States

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The Hopkinton Cheerleaders came second in the regionals and qualified for the State competition. Come out and show your school spirit and support them as they compete at Shrewsbury High School this coming weekend.

Hiller XC Teams Take TVL, Coaches Named "Coach of the Year!"

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"We did it!" said Coach Jen Fairbanks. Both the boys and girls' teams won the TVL League. Both coaches won Coach of the Year for the League. Shelby Aarden won MVP of the League. And, today both teams advance to All-States. The girls have done it many times, but this is the first time that the boys' team has advanced to states as a team. "We have advanced as individuals, but not as a team." So, the Hillers will travel to Northfield Mt. in Northfield, MA next Saturday for All-States.

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HCAM News Sports Update

Watch the HCAM News sports update with Mike Preite as the Hillers beat Medfield. And remember, new this season, all sports covered by HCAM can now be viewed online.

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Homecoming Highlights, Hopkinton 34, Bellingham 6

Coming off their first loss of the season, the Hillers Football team had something to prove. And with the Friday night lights shining especially bright for the homecoming celebration, which included a pregame bonfire, a cookout, as well as coverage from Fox 25's High School Game Day, the Hiller's rose to the occasion, easily beating Bellingham 34-6. The team got off to a fast start, scoring on quarterback Hank Rudden's 69 yard touchdown throw to Andrew McMillan on the first drive of the game.

Registration Open for 2013 Hopkins School Ski Program

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The Hopkinton Parks and Recreation Department sponsors the after school ski program. We will again be going to Nashoba Valley Ski Area in Westford on Monday afternoons for 6 weeks on Jan. 7, 14, 28, Feb. 4, 11, 25. Lessons will be offered for beginner and intermediate skiers and snowboarders. Experienced skiers/riders will be able to participate in a ski/ride only program that does not include lessons.

Football Photos: Hopkinton 34, Bellingham 6

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Thanks to Mike Rosenzweig we have lots of great photos from Friday night's homecoming football game against Bellingham where the Hillers were the winners with a final score of Hopkinton 34, Bellingham 6. Go Hillers! And thanks to Mike once again for all the great photos. Photos can be found here on our photo website, Scene in Hopkinton. Enjoy!

Photos from Pep Rally 2012

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Thanks to HCAM's Mike Torosian, we have over 600 photos from today's Pep Rally 2012 -- Check them out at Scene in Hopkinton!

Hillers Pound Dedham

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The Hopkinton Middle School boys' soccer team improved its record to 11-0-2 yesterday with a 5-0 victory versus Dedham. Will Nadeau, Harry Shanmugam, and Duncan Schnurr played terrific games, as did the entire team. Scoring for the Hillers were Ryan Mastroianni, Matt Austin, Ben Fargiano and with two goals Scott Babigian. The boys end their season schedule in Weston on Monday. Weston is the team Hopkinton has tied twice. Good Luck boys!


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