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ALL After School Activities Have Been Cancelled Today

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Afternoon Kindergarten, PreSchool and all after school activities cancelled today, December 17th

Due to the weather conditions afternoon PreSchool, Kindergarten, and ALL after school activities have been cancelled today, December 17th.

Hopkinton Boosters Boast a Successful 2013

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As you may know, the Hopkinton High School Athletics Booster Club is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization which raises funds to help support all athletic teams with a range of items that may not be covered in the budget. To this end, we raise money through donations, school store and concession sales, March fundraiser as well as the annual Turkey Bowl alumni football game.

Marathon Museum Preliminary Plans

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Hopkinton may be home to an International Marathon Museum a few years down the road. Michael Neece and Tim Kilduff, both members of the 26.2 Foundation, and architect Scott Richardson presented preliminary plans for a museum with a hall of fame located on East Main Street to the Planning Board during their December 2 meeting. No vote was taken by the Board as the museum is in its early stages of development, but reactions were positive.

RFP Issued for Hockey Rink at Legacy Farms

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An update on Legacy Farms was given by developer Roy MacDowell during the November 18 Planning Board meeting, including an update on the proposed hockey rink. A request for proposal (RFP) for the Legacy Farms athletic field called for by Town Manager Norman Khumalo and Town Counsel Ray Miyares has been sent out to potential developers. The intent is to have a hockey rink developed at Legacy Farms, but the land can be used for other athletic-specific uses.

Little League Registration Open for Spring 2014 Season

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Hopkinton Little League Spring 2014 Registration is now open. The registration deadline is December 31, 2013.

Registration Help Desk: 888-620-8717

All Players Must Be Registered Online Trying Out Does NOT Register a Player

Makeup tryout session for both Softball & Baseball ( for players that missed September Tryouts or are new to program )
Date: January 13th, 2014 (Monday) Time: 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Location: Metrowest Sports Center 260/270 Eliot Street Ashland, MA 508-881-9300

Hopkinton Cheerleaders Score Highest in State

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This past Sunday, November 17, The Hopkinton Cheerleaders (HC) competed in the South Regional Cheerleading Championships at Dartmouth High School, Dartmouth MA. There were three other Regional competitions going on simultaneously; North, Central and West at different locations throughout the state. The South Regional is, by far, the biggest regional competition and arguably the toughest. The Hopkinton Coaches and Cheerleaders went into this competition with high hopes knowing they would be going up against the best of the best.

Hiller Cheerleaders Take 1st Place in TVL Championship

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Congratulations Hopkinton Hiller Cheerleaders (HHC)… you did it again!! First place in the Tri-Valley League (TVL) Championships for the second year in a row. The competition was held last night, October 30, at Bellingham High School. There were eight teams competing last night; two in the junior varsity category and six were competing as varsity squads.

Come and Support the Hopkinton Cheerleaders!

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The Hopkinton Hiller Cheerleaders proved once again why they are one of the best cheer squads in the state. They competed Sunday October 27, 2013 at the Marlboro Cheer Invitational Competition in Marlboro, MA. This was a large competition; with a morning and an afternoon session. There were 33 teams in the first session (Hopkinton was in the first session) and 21 teams in the second, afternoon session. The girls came in second in the morning session missing first place by only HALF A POINT.

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Little Redsox Nation at Elmwood School

As the Boston Red Sox prepared to take on the St. Louis Cardinals in the first game of the World Series on October 23rd, Elmwood students were eager to cheer them on. In honor of the game later that night, Elmwood students were encouraged to show support for the team by dressing up in Red Sox apparel that day for school. Popular jerseys included David Ortiz, Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Jacoby Ellsbury, Clay Buchholz, and Dustin Pedroia. There was even some friendly competition as a Yankees fan and a Sox fan sat side by during lunch. And of course no Red Sox spirit day would be complete without the team's signature beards. And even those who didn't dress up, still were excited to root for the Sox.

Elmwood students sure got their wish as all that support helped propel the Sox to a 8-1 victory over the Cardinals.

Hillers Finish Season 6-3-3

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The Middle School Boys' Soccer team won yesterday 4-0 versus Dedham. Ben Katogole scored a goal along with three goals by Connor Delaney. The entire team played fantastic as the Hillers concluded their season with a 6-3-3 record.

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