Hopkinton Volleyball advances to State Semi-Finals

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Hopkinton Girls Volleyball ranked 8th in the state heading to the playoffs, had a tremendous season and is set to play in the state Semi-Finals Wednesday November 12th 7:00pm against Notre Dame (Hingham) at Canton High School.

5 Hopkinton Senior Student-Athletes to Sign Letters of Intent

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Elise Chandler - Girls Lacrosse signing with the University of New Hampshire of the America East Conference. Elise is a Tri-Valley League Honorable Mention Lacrosse All-Star.

Jimmy Hervol - Golf - signing with the University of Connecticut of the American Athletic Conference. Jimmy was a selected as a Metrowest Daily News Golf Super Team All-Star, 2 Time Tri Valley League MVP, and 3 time TVL 1st Team All-Star, and 3 time Hopkinton Team MVP.

Hiller Cheer Racking Up Wins

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For the third year in a row the Hopkinton Hiller Cheerleaders are the Tri-Valley League Champions

Another season has begun and the Hopkinton High Cheerleaders (HHC) have, as in the past, started out strong. On October 25th the HHC went to the Panther Invitational in Marlboro MA. Where they came in first place in division two. They were proud and happy to have strong start to the season, but there was a special twist to the particular competition. Head Marlboro coach, Adrienne DeGeorge, and The Varsity Marlboro Cheer team have “adopted” a young man, Dylan, who is battling brain cancer. Adrienne sent out a challenge to all 20 teams competing.

Lady Hillers Soccer Advances; Playoffs Begin Monday

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The Hopkinton Lady Hllers soccer team has advanced to postseason play. Now in the state tournament, the Hillers are the #15 seed. They will play Scituate Monday, November 3rd, at 4:00 pm at Scituate High School.

The very best of luck to the Lady Hillers, and congratulations on a wonderful season so far.

Hopkinton @ Milford Round 1 H.S. Football Playoff Preview

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On Halloween (Friday October 31st) the #5th seeded (3-4) Hopkinton Hillers will head down the road to Milford and take on the #4th seeded (4-3) Scarlet Hawks for a quarter-finals playoff matchup. It will be a matchup of two schools which many of the players grew up playing organized football against or with each other. The Hillers and Scarlet Hawks have not played each other in recent years however both teams bring a very similar style of play.

Hiller Boys XC Win TVL Title

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The Hiller Boys Cross Country Team took the Tri-Valley League Championship at Medfield on Tuesday. They placed first followed by Medfield and Norton. Evan Park came in 4th overall, Brian Gao 7th, Jack Cote 15, Sam Danaceau 16, Matt Pettepit 19, Jack McGuire 21st and Matt Heim 28th. "In the JV race, we had 6 out of the top 10 runners, too'" said Coach Jen Fairbanks, "It was a great day." It is the Hillers 3rd time in 4 years winning TVLs. This year the competition was different.

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Video Segment: Hillers Sports Update (Senior Night Week)

Friday October 17th
-Hopkinton Football improved to 3 and 3 winning a shootout on the road against Dover-Sherborn 64-42
-Hopkinton Boys Soccer improved to 6-7-2 shutting out Holliston 2-0
-Medway Field Hockey beat Hopkinton 3-2
-Hopkinton Girls Volleyball improved to 13 and 2 with shutout of Holliston

Monday October 20th
-On Senior Night Hopkinton Girls Soccer improved to (6-5-2) beating Bellingham 2-1
-On Senior Night Hopkinton Boys Soccer improved to (7-7-2) beating Bellingham 4-0
-Nashoba Field Hockey beat Hopkinton 3-1

Watch the video to see highlights from Senior Night for Boys and Girls Soccer and Athletic Director Eric Karjel breaks down the Fall Sports Season as many Hiller teams are heading to the playoffs.

Go Hillers!

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Video Segment: Hillers Sports Recap October 1st through October 8th

Wednesday October 1st

Hopkinton Volleyball swept Algonquin and improved to 8-2 as they held Dig Pink night to help the fight against Breast Cancer.

Westwood Girls Soccer beat Hopkinton 5-1

Hopkinton (10-0) beat Medfield Golf 233-269

Thursday October 2nd

Medway football beat Hopkinton (2-2) 41-28

Hopkinton Boys and Girls Cross Country both Beat Dover-Sherborn

Hopkinton (11-0) beat Norton in Golf 246-277

Westwood Girls Soccer beat Hopkinton 1-0

Monday October 6th

Ashland Boys Soccer beat Hopkinton (4-7) 2-0

Hopkinton Girls Soccer (3-4-2) beat Ashland 1-0

Hopkinton Golf (12-0) beat Holliston 230-248

Tuesday October 7th

Wayland Field Hockey beat Hopkinton 1-0

Hopkinton Golf improved to 13 and 0 with a 246-272 win over Ashland

Wednesday October 8th

Hopkinton (4-7-1) and Dover-Sherborn Boys Soccer Draw 1-1, Andrew Madigan scored a very impressive goal in the 2nd half.

Hopkinton Girls Soccer (4-4-2) beat Dover-Sherborn 2-1 on the road

Walter Brown Passes

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Walter Francis Brown, 69, of Jerusalem Road, died Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014, at his home after a long illness. His family had been at his bedside.

Born April 1, 1945, in Boston, he was the son of George V. and Ellen Frances (Crow) Brown Jr. He graduated from Rivers Country Day School in Weston, Massachusetts, and Boston University with a Bachelor of Arts degree and was a member of the Boston University hockey team.

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Video Segement: Hillers Recap Fall Season Weeks 2&3

Wednesday September 17th - Medway Field Hockey beat Hopkinton 1-0, Hopkinton boys Cross Country bested Medway and Girls cross country got the win over Medway as well.

Thursday September 18th - Holliston Boys and Girls Soccer both beat Hopkinton in a double header. 2-1 in the Boys game, 1-0 in the Girls Game.

Friday September 19th - Dover-Sherborn Field Hockey beat Hopkinton 3-1, Hopkinton Girls volleyball swept Holliston.

Saturday September 20th - Hopkinton football shutout Nipmuc on the road 33-0, Pat Ryan and Drew Donohue each had 2 rushing touchdowns.

Monday September 22nd - Hopkinton Boys and Girls Soccer beat Bellingham by a 1-0 final. Frontier Girls volleyball beat Hopkinton 3-1.

Wednesday September 24th - Hopkinton Girls Soccer beat Millis 1-0, Hopkinton Boys soccer beat Millis 5-1. Ashland and Hopkinton draw in field hockey while the Girls Volleyball team beats Millis 3-0.

Friday September 26th - The Holliston Panthers improved to 4 and 0 while knocking the Hillers to 2 and 1 with an impressive 63-21 victory. Holliston put up 36 points in the first quarter a lone and produced over 500 yards of offense in the game. Zach Elkinson had 4 touchdown receptions for Holliston.

Monday September 29th - Medway got the best of Hopkinton soccer winning both the Boys (4-0) and Girls (3-0) games of a double header in shutout fashion.

Senior Holly Adams led the way as the Hillers volleyball team stayed unbeaten in the TVL with a sweep over Medway.

Tuesday September 30th - Hopkinton Field Hockey beat Bellingham 3-0, while Hopkinton Golf beat Bellingham 232-326


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