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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.

Hillers Tied Raiders

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Hunter Clarke and Peter Mitchell combined efforts in goal as the Middle School Boys' Soccer team tied Wellesley 0-0 Friday afternoon. Sam Worell, Casey DiNicola and Ben Katongole played particularly well for the Hillers.

Hopkinton Cheerleaders Off to a Winning Start

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And the train keeps rolling. The Hopkinton Cheerleaders bested several Division 2 teams to take first place at the Milford Invitational Cheer Competition this weekend. It appears they haven’t lost any of the momentum from last year. (The Hopkinton Cheerleaders made it to the New England’s last winter). This is a strong dedicated team with a great group of freshmen and sophomores athletes; led by the tried and true juniors and especially the seniors who over the four years have dedicated countless hours of practice and perseverance to guide this team to victory year after year.

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Baypath Paws and Claws 5K Fundraiser This Sunday

On October 20th, Baypath Humane Society will be holding their annual Paws and Claws fundraiser. Now in its 4th year, the 5K event, which takes place at Hopkinton State Park, gives community members and their furry friends a chance to take in the scenery during peak foliage season.

The event is open to everyone, including those with or without dogs, walkers, and runners, and gives those who have adopted pets from Baypath a chance to come together. The course is also certified by United States Track and Field (USATF).

New this year, there will also be a kids' quarter-mile Fun Run before the 5K, giving even Baypath's youngest supporters a chance to partake in the event.

After the race, there will be a buffet for participants as well as prizes. Male and female winners in several age divisions will be issued awards for the 5K, all Fun Run participants will receive a medal, and there will be customized bandannas and treats for the four-legged participants as well. Baypath T-shirts will be on sale, with proceeds from the entire event going toward providing care for animals at the shelter waiting to find a forever home.

Mark your calendars for Saturday October 20th for a doggone good time! Registration is ongoing on Baypath 's website, or can be done in person the day of the race beginning at 9am. The Fun Run starts at 10:40am and the 5K begins at 11am. Registration is $25 before October 15th and $30 on the 15th or later for the 5K and $3 for the Fun Run.

Wildcats Strike Down Hillers

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Hunter Clarke, Kent Berlin and Owen Delaney scored Hopkinton's goals as the Middle School Boys' Soccer team fell to Weston yesterday. Peter Mitchell played well in goal the second half. The boys have an opportunity to rebound this afternoon as they travel to Wellesley.

Hillers Shutout Wildcats

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Hunter Clarke earned the shutout in goal yesterday vs. Weston Middle School as the Middle School Boys' soccer team improved their record
to 4-2-2. Johnny Francis, Casey DiNicola, Brandon Hall, Owen and Connor Delaney played excellent games defensively. Zach Sisitsky, Nate Pucci, Sam Worrell and Jay Tomlinson played solidly. The boys travel to Weston in a rematch of yesterday's 2-0 win.

2013 Boston Marathon Champion Lelisa Desisa (ETH) Wins 13th B.A.A. Half Marathon

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2013 Boston Marathon® champion Lelisa Desisa (ETH) and Kim Smith (NZL) won the 13th B.A.A. Half Marathon, presented by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund, under sunny skies in Boston’s Franklin Park. Desisa and Smith both broke the event record on this rolling course through Boston’s picturesque Emerald Necklace park system, running 1:00:34 and 1:09:14, respectively. Stephen Sambu (KEN), who placed third today, and Smith won the 2013 B.A.A. Distance Medley and earned $100,000 each.

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A Win for Boys and Girls Cross Country Vs. Bellingham

Under sunny skies and seasonal temperatures, both the Hiller Boys and Girls cross country teams took on and defeated TVL rival Bellingham on October 9th. The boys won 21-40 aided by a first place performance by Junior Evan Park, who finished with a time of 16:29. Seniors Sean Webster and Kyle Driscoll, who set a personal best, also had solid performances finishing 3rd and 4th respectively to help bring the team's record to 5-2 on the season. The girl's faired just as well cruising to a 15-50 victory and improving their record to 6-1 this season. The top 7 times were all Hillers, with MP Monks coming in first with a time of 18:54. The 3-mile course allows both runners and fans to take in the picturesque scenery at Hopkinton State Park as it winds through the road, the woods, and the dam before finishing up back where they began.

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