Hopkinton Hillers Spring Sports Season Playoff Games

tom's picture

Here are the Hopkinton Hillers Playoff Games;

Baseball: (South Division 2 Bracket) (6) Bishop Feehan Hosts (11) Hopkinton Saturday May 31st, 2:00pm

Boys Tennis: (South Division 2 Bracket) (16) Hopkinton Hosts (17) Sandwich Thursday May 29th 3:30pm

Girls Tennis: (South Division 2 Bracket) (5) Hopkinton Hosts (12) Westwood Friday May 30th 3:30pm

Softball: (South Division 1 Bracket) (5) Hopkinton Hosts winner of Quincy/Plymouth North Saturday May 31st 3:00pm

Ashland Legion Baseball coming to HCAM

tom's picture

The home games for Ashland Legion Baseball will air on HCAM this year. Ashland Post 77 features six Hopkinton Hillers; Brendon Wolfe, Greg Holler, Nick Burns, Chris Moberg, Ben Palleiko and Evan Park. Ashland features an all around deep roster this year and should be a force to be reckoned with in District 5.

Hillers Weekly Roundup

tom's picture

May 14th 2014 – Hopkinton (9-6) Baseball beats Holliston 8-1

May 14th 2014 – Hopkinton Softball shuts out Holliston 6-0

May 14th 2014 – Hopkinton Girls Tennis shuts out Holliston 5-0

Thursday May 15th 2014 – Bellingham Girls Softball stays undefeated with 1-0 victory over Hopkinton
WP – Megan Cook (11-0)
LP – Allison Karjel (10-3)
Bel: Alice Felzman (2-4) RBI 1B
Bel: Megan Cook – 8 IP, 0 R, 2H, 11 K’s

May 19th 2014 – Hopkinton Softball beats Millis 12-0

May 19th 2014 – Hopkinton Girls Lacrosse beats Holliston 12-2

Hiller Rackets End Regular Season On High Note

mike's picture

Hopkinton High School Lady Hillers Swept the Medway mustangs 5 Love. The Hillers end their regular season at 13-1 in Tri-Valley League (League champions for third year straight), and 15-3 overall. Team tournament seedings and bracket will be announced next week on Tuesday. "Earliest we might begin tournament is next Thursday" said Coach Nancy Clark. " We need a week to practice and heal!"

mike's picture

Calvin Holland Home Run

On Monday May 19, 2014, Hopkinton Hiller Baseball hosted Millis in their last regularly scheduled home game, winning 6-4. In the bottom of the 4th Inning Hiller Calvin Holland smashes a 2 run homer to center field. Millis Centerfielder Matt Fogarty makes a great attempt to catch it. Watch it here!

Hopkinton Baseball improves to 11 and 6 on the season

tom's picture

The Hopkinton Hillers took down Millis 6-4 Monday afternoon in their final regular season home game. The Hillers clinched a playoff spot with last Thursdays victory over Bellingham. The Hillers are currently fighting for playoff seeding and for a chance at a home game. Currently the Hillers are 11 and 6 and have 3 more games this week to close out the regular season.

A Pitchers Duel between Hopkinton and Bellingham Softball

tom's picture

On Thursday May 15th, it was a matchup to remember between Bellingham and Hopkinton Softball.

Megan Cook won her 11th game for Bellingham improving the Blackhawks to 15-0 on the season but was heavily contested by Allissa Karjel who went 7+ scoreless innings with 7 strikeouts. Juliet Hulme relieved Karjel after a single by pinch hitter Kayse Baker in the 8th, and the games only run would end up coming off the bat of Julianne Kilduff who sacrificed to bring Baker across.

Raiders Loved Hillers In Second Meeting

mike's picture

The Wellesley Raiders took 5 straight against Hopkinton yesterday at home. "Very strong team we managed to beat in April but today they played tougher to get the rematch" said Coach Nancy Clark. The Lady Hillers record stands 14-2 overall, 12-1 in TVL. Non League action continues today when The Lady Hillers host Cohasset at 4pm.

Panthers No Match For Hillers

mike's picture

Despite #2 Starter Vanessa Prathab being out with an injury, the Lady Hillers swept Holliston at Home on Wednesday 5-0. Doubles player Ameera Hammouda moved into singles and reserve player Emily Lewkowicz rounded out the doubles.

Hillers Golf Tournament Fundraiser

contribute's picture

The 2014 Annual Hopkinton High School Golf Team Fundraiser will be held this year on August 11 at the Hopkinton Country Club. Registration begins at 12 PM with a 1 PM Shot Gun Start. Registration is $150 for single players, $600 for a team of four and $100 to sponsor a hole. The sign-up sheet is above. Contact Richard Bliss at with questions.


Subscribe to Sports