Hiller Hockey downs DS 2-1

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The Hockey team got back in the win column again with a 2-1 victory over the visiting Dover-Sherborn Raiders. The Hillers went up 1-0 in the first with a great shot/pass by Mike Kinzler to a wide open Mat Decina in front who fired it home. Jordan Carroll also picked up an assist on the play.

In the second period Cam Finlayson made a great steal and broke in alone beating the DS goalie with nice backhand move. The goal came a great time as DS had picked up the pressure and was out shooting the Hillers 16-4 in the period.

Hillers lose a tight one

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Despite being undermanned before and during the game to injuries, the Hillers gave the vaunted Medway Mustangs a great battle. The Hillers fought Medway to a 0-0 tie through two periods, despite being out shot 17-4. Danny Collins was phenomenal in net, with a perfect tip late in the third by Medway the only thing to get by him. Hopkinton pulled the goalie for the extra skater with a minute and a half to go and Medway was able to get one in the empty net. Medway out shot the Hillers 33-7 on the night.

Next up is Dover-Sherborn on Saturday night at Navin.

Hiller JV earn Tie

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The JV team fought a hard nosed battle against Northbridge and came away with a 1-1 tie. The Hillers fell behind 1-0 early in the second period but battled back with an Everett Rolph end to end rush and wrap around on the powerplay to tie it up. Jake Neary and Zack Rodgers split the goal tending duties. Jake stopped all 10 shots he faced and Zack stopped 9 of ten he saw.

Up next the team takes on Assabet on New Years Night at 7:10 PM in Westboro.

Hiller Varsity Hockey wins

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The Varsity team took on Fitchburg in the first game of the MARK BUSHNOE TOURNAMENT at the Wallace Civic center in Fitchburg. Hopkinton went on the penalty kill early but was able to generate some offense with Jordan Carroll scoring shorthanded from Cam Finlayson and Danny Johnson. Finlayson made it 2-0 with a great move on a penalty shot. Hopkinton scored the final two goals on the powerplay with Finlayson and Carroll finishing on two goal nights. Finlayson had two assists on the night and Alex Terry, Matt Decina and Brendan O’leary also had the Helpers.

Hiller JV wins

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The JV team picked up it’s first win of the season with a 3-1 score over Hopedale-Millis. Tim Greizer put the Hillers on the board first. TJ Fujiyoshi had the second tally of the night to add to his assist on a nice feed from the corner by Mark McKluskey. Kyle Schlicke finished off the scoring for the night.
Tim McGrath played the first half of the game only allowing one goal. Jake Neary finished out the game with a shut out. Next up the Hillers play Northbridge at 5:40 PM on Sunday.

Hillers Win, The Cellys came early and often.

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The event started with the crowd rising to their feet and players removing their helmets for a moment of silence for Abby Benford.

The Hillers had an offensive explosion in their second game of the season VS Assabet. The team rolled up 9 goals on the night. The special teams were outstanding with the power play going 3/5 and the penalty kill going 8/9.

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.


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