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HMS Soccer Improves to 9-0-2

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The Hopkinton Middle School boys' soccer team improved its record to
9-0-2 with a 2-1 victory in Weston. Scott Babagian scored a goal in
the first half to tie the game 1-1. Chris Mastroianni made a save
versus a penalty kick to keep the game deadlocked heading into
halftime. Brian Giusti scored the game winning goal late in the second
half. The entire team played well as the Hopkinton/Weston four-game
series now stands at 2-0-2 in favor of the Hillers.

Boosters Membership

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The Hopkinton Boosters have launched a new Membership campaign this year that includes limited edition thank you gifts only available to members, like the directors chair pictured. Over the past four years the Boosters have donated over $100,000 to support athlete projects that are not covered by sports fees or the school budget.

Hillers Dig Pink Tonight

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Wednesday, October 17th, the Hopkinton Varsity, Junior Varsity and Freshman volleyball teams will host Holliston in a "Dig Pink" match. The Varsity Volleyball team plays at the High School Athletic Center at 6:30pm, the Junior Varsity team plays at the Athletic Center at 5:00pm, and the Freshman team plays at Hopkinton Middle School Brown Gym at 5:00pm. Wear pink and join us at the gym on this important night!

Hillers Evens Weston

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The Hopkinton Middle School boys' soccer team played to a 1-1 tie in Weston moving the team's record to 8-0-2. Brian Gaughan scored off a corner kick from Ben Fargiano in the first half. Kenny Rhodes and Chris Mastroianni played exceptional in goal for the Hillers. Everett Rolph, Ryan Mastoianni and Justin Blanchard played solid games. The boys next play in Weston on Thursday with a time TBA.

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Keelin and Mallory Bannon Bring Their Field Hockey Win Home

October 13th was a big homecoming for former Hillers field hockey standouts Keelin and Mallory Bannon. The Cornell University juniors came back to Hopkinton with the rest of their team after a 4-0 win against Harvard for a tailgating party at their house. The day was particularly special for the girls, as members of the current Hillers team cheered them on from the stands.

Hillers Sports Now Online

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Good news, sports fans! You can now view Hillers Sports games online!
Access games via our button bar above (Our Shows> Original Series> Hiller Sports) or just click here to see every game from the start of the 2012 season and on. Each game is available at your convenience, and you never have to worry about missing a game or a playback. Having the game online also makes it easier to share with friends and family. This is another way HCAM works to keep you connected to everything Hopkinton.

Hillers Down Blackhawks

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The Hopkinton Middle School boys' soccer team improved its record to 8-0-1 with a 4-2 victory in Bellingham today. Hopkinton's goals were scored by Scott Babigian, Dan Palleiko, Nick Mirabile and Ryan Mastroianni. Duncan Schnurr, Max Mauro, Ryan Wolfe and Adam Moses played solid in the team's effort. The boys travel to Weston on Tuesday.

Hillers Top Clockers

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The Hopkinton Middle School boys' soccer team played very well Thursday, earning a 2-1 victory over Ashland. Scott Babagian scored both goals on an assist from Ryan Wolfe and Duncan Schnurr. Adam Moses, Ben Fargiano, and Will Nadeau played strong games. The team's record is now 7-0-1. The team plays three games away next week.

Sports Scores Are In

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The Hopkinton Middle School boys' soccer team improved its record to 6-0-1 yesterday with a 4-1 victory versus Weston. Playing a particularly strong game for the Hillers were Dan Palleiko, Ben Fargiano with two assists, and Ryan Wolfe. The goals scorers during the game were Everett Rolph, Ryan Mastroianni, Ben Fargiano and Matt Austin. The boys next play on Thursday versus Ashland at 4:30 PM on Field 5.

The Hopkinton varsity boys soccer team tied Dover=Sherborn 0-0.

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A Win for Cross Country

Both Hillers Cross Country teams came into their final home meet undefeated. So did their TVL rival Medfield. And in a meet that would move the winner into sole possession of first place in the TVL, solidifying the teams' chances of winning the division, both Hillers teams came out on top. The boys, who have never had sole possession of a TVL title in their history, cruised to a 22-35 victory. And the girls, who last won the TVL in 2010, handled their Medfield rivals 25-31.

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