Hiller Hockey

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The Hillers first playoff opponent is now set. Bourne beat DR/Seekonk 2-1 last night and will now face Hopkinton. The game is Thursday, 6PM @ the Bourne areana.

Hillers Basketball Playoff Games

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The Hopkinton Hillers boys who clinched a playoff spot Wednesday night by stunning Westwood 63-61 will be on the road for the Central Division 2 Quarter Finals round of the playoffs. They will take on TVL rival Medfield, Friday Night @ Medfield. Game tips off at 7:00pm.

Friday 3/4 7pm
#7 Hopkinton (10-10) @ #2 Medfield (17-3)

The Hillers girls who finished the regular season 14-6 earned a home game for the Central Division 2 Quarter Finals and first round bye. The Lady-Hillers will take on Ashland Thursday Night at 7:00pm in the HHS Athletic Center.

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Video: Hillers Boys Basketball Highlights VS Westwood

It was win or go home situation for the 9 and 10 Hopkinton Hillers Boys, and a TVL title on the line or the 19 and 2 Westwood Wolverines and both teams laid everything on the line. WARNING: Before you read the game summary, I heavily suggest watching the highlights below, it was perhaps one of the most amazing games in Hillers Sports History!

The first quarter was a shootout as both teams dropped 17 points, Nic Canal created problems for Westwood in the low-post as he put up 4 field goals. Westwoods Charles Bemis however matched Canals total of 8 points in the quarter. The Wolverines contained the Hillers low-post advantage in the 2nd quarter and struck from the floor for 5 field goals to outscore the Hillers 16-11.

Trailing by 4 early in the 3rd quarter, Austin Odell drove into the lane and drew the bonus free throw after landing the layup on his 2nd attempted lay in to put the Hillers within 1 point. The Hillers forced Westwood into early foul trouble and took advantage outscoring the Wolverines 18-13 in the quarter, to trail 46-44 heading into the 4th.

At the start of the 4th quarter, Nic Canal tied the game with a left block jumper and Connor Czerepuszko followed up with a three pointer. Nic Canal then struck again from the low post, helping the Hillers start off the 4th quarter on a 7-0 run. With 19 seconds left, Davonte Higgenbottom put the Wolverines within 1 as he struck for the layup. Czerepusko then drew the intentional foul and put the Hillers up by 2. On the final possession, Westwood's, Reed Wilson missed a 3 point attempt and the Hillers took the stunner 63-61.

Hillers improved to 10 and 10 on the season and clinched a tournament spot and tournament, likely number 1 or 2 seed bound Westwood finishes 19 and 3 overall.

Hillers Scoring:
Nic Canal - 25, Connor Czerepuszko - 16, Cooper Korbey - 3, Jimmy Adams - 2, Austin Odell - 12, Zach Sisitsky - 5

Westwood Scoring:
Tom Rich - 5, Tom Giovino - 2, Charles Bemis - 14, Reed Wilson - 11, Aidan Fitzgibbons - 9, Ian O' Brien - 5, Dylan Linehan - 6, Davonte Higginbottom - 9

TVL Standings Update 2-24-2016

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Here are the latest standings in TVL Winter Sports
* - Earned Post Season Spot

Boys Hockey: (W-L-T)
Medfield 14-1-4*
Medway 12-5-3*
Hopkinton 17-3-0*

Westwood 11-4-4*
Dover-Sherborn 10-7-2*
Bellingham 10-9-0*
Holliston 4-12-4
Norton 5-12-3
Ashland 4-12-2

Boys Basketball (W-L)
Medfield 16-3*
Dover-Sherborn 14-6*
Westwood 15-7*
Medway 15-5*
Holliston 10-9*
Hopkinton 10-10*
Ashland 6-13
Norton 4-16
Bellingham 6-14
Millis 4-16

Rebound: The Chris Herren Story

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Chris Herren, a basketball legend from Fall River, Massachusetts, dreamed of one day playing for his hometown team, the Boston Celtics. An All-American, Chris broke scoring records, was recruited by top colleges, featured in Sports Illustrated and became the focus of an acclaimed book, "Fall River Dreams". Herren realized his lifelong dream of playing in the NBA when he was drafted by the Denver Nuggets in 1999 and was traded to the Boston Celtics after his rookie season, but lost it all due to substance abuse.

Hiller Hockey

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The Hiller hockey team salutes the fans after their final regular season game. Coach MacPherson's team finished the season with an impressive 17-3 record. Hopkinton held their opponents to a paltry 1.50 goals against avg. while pitching 6 shutouts. Now they await the MIAA tournament seedings next week, to determine their first round opponent. Great Season guys! More work to do!

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Video: Hillers Sports Highlights February 2nd-17th

Check out the latest Hillers Sports highlights below!

Hillers Boys Hockey (15 Wins,3 Losses)
12/12/2015: Hillers defeat Ashland 7-0
12/16/2015: Hillers defeat Dover-Sherborn 5-2
12/19/2015 Medfield defeats Hillers 8-0
12/23/2015: Hillers defeat Norton 6-0
12/28/2015: Hillers defeat Lunenburg 3-1
12/29/2015: Hillers defeat Fitchburg 4-1
1/02/2016: Hillers defeat Holliston 5-1
1/06/2016: Hillers defeat Bellingham 6-3
1/13/2016: Medway defeats Hillers 3-1
1/20/2016: Hillers defeat Ashland 5-0
1/23/2016: Hillers defeat Dover-Sherborn 3-1
1/27/2016: Hillers defeat Assabet 6-0
1/30/2016: Hillers defeat Norton 6-2
2/03/2016: Hillers defeat Holliston 5-0
2/06/2016: Hillers defeat Bellingham 5-2
2/13/2016: Medway defeats Hillers 3-2
2/15/2016: Hillers defeat Milford 8-0

Hopkinton Hillers Boys Basketball (8 Wins, 10 Losses)
12/15/2015: Dover-Sherborn defeats Hillers 48-32
12/18/2015: Hillers defeat Millis 64-52
12/21/2015: Hillers defeat Medway 65-55 (Nic Canal - 29 Points)
12/23/2015: South High Community defeats Hillers 46-35
12/27/2015: St Peters Marian defeats Hillers 71-70
1/05/2016 Holliston defeats Hillers 58-48
1/08/2016: Medfield defeats Hillers 77-67
1/11/2016: Hillers defeat Bellingham 58-54
1/15/2016: Ashland defeats Hillers 44-37
1/19/2016: Hillers defeat Norton 53-45
1/22/2016: Dover-Sherborn defeats Hillers 42-39
1/25/2016: Hillers defeat Millis 57-52
1/27/2016: Medway defeats Hillers 59-36
1/29/2016: Hillers defeat Holliston 59-45
2/02/2016: Medfield defeats Hillers 57-38
2/05/2016: Hillers defeat Bellingham 50-48
2/09/2016: Westwood defeats Hillers 57-43
2/12/2016: Hillers defeat Ashland 68-57

Hopkinton Hillers Girls Basketball (14 Wins, 5 Losses)
12/11/2015: Hillers defeat Norton 54-34
12/15/2015: Hillers defeat Dover-Sherborn 39-32
12/18/2015: Hillers defeat Millis 58-42
12/21/2015: Medway defeats Hillers 60-53
1/05/2016: Hillers defeat Holliston 43-23
1/08/2016: Medfield defeats Hillers 54-38
1/11/2016: Hillers defeat Bellingham 61-31
1/15/2016: Hillers defeat Ashland 52-48
1/20/2016: Hillers defeat Norton 43-39
1/22/2016: Hillers defeat Dover-Sherborn 61-47
1/25/2016: Hillers defeat Millis 48-45
1/27/2016: Medway defeats Hillers 73-54
1/30/2016: Hillers defeat Holliston 55-39
2/02/2016: Medfield defeats Hillers 62-51
2/05/2016: Hillers defeat Bellingham 54-41
2/09/2016: Westwood defeats Hillers 64-48
2/12/2016: Hillers defeat Ashland 54-40
2/14/2016: Hillers defeat Shepard Hill 65-45
2/16/2016: Hillers defeat Medway 72-63

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Video: Hopkinton Hillers Hockey Senior Night

The Hopkinton Hillers hosted senior night for their next to last regular season home game versus Medway. Hillers Seniors presented their parents with flowers. Several Hopkinton Hillers are in their senior year including: 2- Nikolai Saporoschetz, 4- Will Karpenski, 6- Dan Delaney, 7- Kyle Canty, 14 - Mark McCluskey, 17- Alex Kosheff, 18- Billy Allen, and 19- Cam Finlayson.

In the senior night game, the Hillers lost 3-2 in a great battle against Medway. The Hillers are now 14 and 3 on the season and hopefully have many more games left after the regular season in post-season tournament play.

The Hillers remaining schedule for the regular season:
Monday 2/15 3:00pm @ Milford
Wednesday 2/17 6:30 @Auburn
Friday 2/19 3:00pm VS Northbridge (Home Game)

Check out the Senior Night Festivities below!

Hiller Hockey Senior Night

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Hopkinton Hillers Hockey Senior Night VS Medway

Super Bowl Prediction

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It all comes down to this: the Super Bowl! This Super Bowl will be the Denver Broncos vs Carolina Panthers at 6:30 pm in Santa Clara, CA. This matchup is between the top 2 teams in both conferences. The Panthers have been the Super Bowl favorite ever since the regular season began and they are many peoples pick to win on Sunday. QB Cam Newton is an MVP favorite this year and has had the best season in his young career. He has playmakers on offense with WR Ted Ginn Jr, RB Jonathan Stewart, and TE Greg Olsen at his disposal.


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