Hopkinton Volleyball Hosting “DIG PINK” for Cancer Research and Support

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The Hopkinton Hiller Volleyball teams will host a DIG PINK match at the Hopkinton High School Athletic Center on Friday, October 14th, to raise awareness of the importance of early detection in the fight against breast cancer.

The Hillers will be facing the Bellingham Blackhawks on this special night. The fun begins at 4:30pm with the Freshman match, followed by the JV match at 5:30pm.

The Varsity match will start at approximately 6:30pm in the Athletic Center.

Patriots vs Browns Recap

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To all the critics who thought Tom Brady would be rusty in his season opener, how you like 'dem apples! Brady put on a clinic against the winless Cleveland Browns, throwing for 406 yards and 3 touchdowns. It seemed every time we looked, the Patriots were in the end zone. TE Rob Gronkowski and WR Chris Hogan had their best game of the season, both catching for more than 100 yards. The Patriot defense looked very impressive today by only allowing 13 points against the Browns and forcing a fumble and an interception.

Hillers Sports Update: 10-7-2016

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Boys Soccer: On Thursday Night Dover-Sherborn Girls and Boys Soccer got big wins against Hopkinton in a Boys-Girls Doubleheader.

Video: Hillers Sports Update 10-6-2016

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- Medfield Boys Cross Country edged Hopkinton 26-30 Wednesday. The Warriors improved to 3-2 and Hopkinton fell to 3-2 on the season.

- Hopkinton Girls Cross Country stayed perfect with a 20-42 win over Medfield Wednesday, The Warriors Girls are now 3-2 on the season.

- Holliston field hockey won their 7th straight as they took down Hopkinton 1-0 Wednesday. The Hillers are 6-2-2 on the season, Holliston is 7-1-2.

Video: Hillers Sports Update 10-5-2016

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In the video, view highlights of this past Fridays Hillers football game VS Norton and Hillers Girls Volleyball vs Medway as Head Coach, Margie Grabmeier recorded her 200th career win as Hillers Head Coach.

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Hillers Sports Update 10-3-2016

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-Hillers Varsity Field Hockey improved to 6-1-2 on Friday with a 4-0 win over Bellingham.

-Hillers Varisty Football fell to 1-3 on Friday with a 35-16 loss to Norton.

-Hillers Boys Soccer fell to 3-5-1 with a 1-0 loss to Westwood Friday.

-Hillers Girls Soccer improved to 2-3-4 with a 2-0 win over Westwood Friday.

-Hillers Volleyball improved to 9-1 with a 3-0 shutout over Medway Friday.

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Hillers Sports Update 9-28-2016

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-Hillers Boys Cross Country took down Holliston on Wednesday 21-38 and improved to 3-1 on the season. Despite losing a lot of the team to graduation last year, this years young Hillers are tied for 2nd in the TVL.

-Hillers GIrls Cross Country continued to show why they are ranked 3rd in the state as they defeated Holliston 15-50. The Hillers and Dover-Sherborn are both 4-0 and the only teams in the TVL with undefeated records.

Hillers to Play First Game of the Season at Hopkinton HS. 9/30

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After playing their first 2 home games at Medway High School, the Hillers will take the field at David M. Hughes stadium for the first time this season on Friday (Sept 30th). The 1-2 Hillers will welcome in TVL rival, 2-1 Norton Lancers. Drought conditions and needed repairs to the irrigation system for the fields delayed the 1st game at Hopkinton High School, but the necessary repairs have been made and the field restored and ready for Football!

HMS Sports Updates 9-27-2016

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Update by: Keith Verra
Jesse Chambers scored a goal off an assist from Ethan Champlin as the HMS boys’ soccer team fell to defeat yesterday versus Milford. Patrick Crantz played very well in Goal. The boys next play at Millis on Thursday. Friday’s game has been rescheduled until October 19.

The Hopkinton Middle School cross country teams beat Medfield on Medfield’s hilly 2-mile course on September 26. Hopkinton’s girls won, 25-31, and the boys won, 24-31.

Hillers Sports Update 9-26-2016

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- Hopkinton Hillers Field Hockey (4-1-2) lost to Nipmuc 1-0

- Hillers Girls Soccer (1-3-3) tied a tough Millis (5-3-1) team 0-0.

- Hillers Boys Soccer (3-3-1) ties Millis (2-4-2) 1-1

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The 8th grade field hockey team dominated at Natick yesterday with a 3-0 win. Excellent offensive pressure the entire game prevented Natick from taking a single shot on goal. Two goals from Alyssa Souza and another from Sarah Doyle were all assisted by Tate Frederick. Nice job for such a solid team effort -kudos Team!


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