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Hillers Weekly Roundup

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The Hopkinton Hillers have had an all around successful spring sports season so far. Here is a roundup of what has happened in the early weeks of the spring sports season:

March 28th: Hillers Boys Lacrosse scored the final 7 goals against Medway for the 8-2 victory in game 1 of the season.

Hopkinton’s own Teddy Doherty records assist in Boston College win over Umass Lowell. BC will take on Union tonight in the Frozen Four.

March 29th, 30th: The Hiller cheerleaders take home a National Championship in the Spirit and Dance Tournament in Orlando, Florida!!

Lady Hillers Remain Undfeated

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The Hopkinton High Varsity Girl's Tennis Team knocked off Medfield 4-1. Both doubles team were victorious Schneider-Hamnouda and the Emerson sisters.

Lady Hillers Raquets D-S 4-1

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Hopkinton High School Girls Varsity beat Dover Sherborn 4-1 at home on Monday. Coach Nancy Clark said "It was a very close match that could have gone either way...a good win for us against a formidable opponent."

Champions Return for 2014 Boston Marathon Weekend

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BOSTON – The Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.) today announced that several former champions of the Boston Marathon® will return to participate in events surrounding the 118th Boston Marathon, to be held on Monday, April 21, 2014. Champions Joan Benoit Samuelson (ME; 1979, 1983), Amby Burfoot (CT; 1968), and Gelindo Bordin (ITA; 1990) will join 36,000 entrants in this year’s running of the world’s oldest annual marathon.

2.62 Mile Marathon Challenge

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You are cordially invited to participate in the Hopkinton Middle School 2.62 mile Marathon Challenge. This school-wide 2.62-mile run/walk will take place on Wednesday, April 16, weather permitting, at 12:00 PM. It will start at the flagpole in front of Hopkinton Middle School, proceed around the campus and finish on the track behind the school. This event is part of a yearlong school-wide 21st century interdisciplinary theme that focuses on Greece and the Marathon. Please RSVP to dpinto@hopkinton.k12.ma.us by Friday, April 11.

Hopkinton Girls Loved Ashland

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Hopkinton High School Girls Varsity Tennis beat Ashland 5-0 at home on Friday April 4th. I was a good win at 3rd singles by Devon LaMachia and at 2nd doubles by sisters Sydney and Laney Emerson.

BAA Marathon Notice To Residents of Hopkinton

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The Boston Athletic Association, organizer of the Boston Marathon®, thanks residents of the Town of Hopkinton for their patience and cooperation as we worked with many partners to plan an event of this size and scope. The 118th Boston Marathon will be a special event for the Greater Boston area and our sport as a whole. For more race day information, please visit www.baa.org.

118TH BOSTON MARATHON® | APRIL 21, 2014

Boston Marathon Cut-A-Thon Today!

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A Boston Marathon Cut-A-Thon will take place at Ann-Michele’s Uptown Hair Design on Main Street in Hopkinton on Sunday April 6, to raise money for Team Project Just Because. Come in for $15 haircuts (no blow-dry) and $10 mini manicures from 9 AM-1 PM. Walk-ins and appointments accepted. 100% of the money raised will support Team Project Just Because. To make an appointment, call 508-435-9422.

Team Project Just Because: Ann Michele Dragsbaek, Kyle Kelley, Jeanne Vumbaca, Cheryl Kelley and Vanessa Brown

Hillers Take Opener

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Hopkinton High School Lady Hillers take the season Opener from Westwood 4-1. Won at 1st singles - Olivia Anderson, 2nd singles - Vanessa Prathab, and swept doubles.

Don't miss the "Spirit Of The Marathon"

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Exclusive Hopkinton screening of the documentary film - Spirit of the Marathon II.
Friday, April 11, 2014 – 7:00 PM
Hopkinton High School Auditorium
90 Hayden Rowe, Hopkinton Massachusetts

“The marathon is the oldest, biggest, totally peaceful community activity in history.”
-Roger Robinson, Author and Journalist

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