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2019 TVL Swimming State Sectional Tournament Results

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Below, view TVL results from this past week State Sectionals. Hopkinton featured a lot of top finishers on both the Boys and Girls side.

2019 Boys South Swimming and Diving Results (2/9/2019):
Team Rankings (TVL Teams Only): (Out of 35 Teams)
4th - Ashland, 21st - Hopkinton, 26th - Dover-Sherborn, 28th - Holliston, 32nd - Medfield

Video: Hopkinton Hillers Boys Basketball Clinches Playoff Spot with Win Over Norton

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On February 5th, the 9 and 5 Hiller Boys were just 1 win away from clinching a playoff spot when they battled Norton this past Tuesday. After leading 10-8 heading into the 2nd quarter, the Hillers put up a whopping 23 points in the 2nd quarter to outscore the Lancers 23-12. Brendan Kelly and McCallum Lind each contributed a pair of field goals in the quarter. Hillers led 33-20 at the half.

Video: Hopkinton Hillers Boys Hockey Senior Night

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On Wednesday, February 6th the Hopkinton Hillers Boys Hockey team celebrated Senior night prior to their game with Westwood. The Hillers Hockey team features three seniors on the roster this year: Cole Thomas, Steven Simoes and Luke Glidden. Westwood ended up taking the 4-3 victory over the Hillers in a very good back and forth battle. Steven Simoes and Sean Walsh each contributed a goal and an assist in the game. Westwood is now 9-1-5 on the season, Hillers falls to 10-5-2. View highlights of the senior night festivities and game below.

Video: Hopkinton Hillers Sports Update 2-5-2019

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In Part 1 of the Girls-Boys Basketball Doubleheader, the Young Hiller Girls Basketball team takes down the Young Clockers 31-29.
-Lilli Morningstar dropped a team high 8 points and was 1 of 8 point scorers in the Hillers victory. Hopkinton improved to 5 and 8 with the win, Ashland falls to 5 and 9.

Video: Hopkinton Hillers Cheerleading 2019 Chilli Cook-Off

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Hopkinton Hillers Cheerleading hosted a Chilli Cook-Off at the Woodville Rod & Gun Club to raise funds. A good turnout was on hand and plenty of delicious Chilli was available to taste. View scenes from the event below!

Hopkinton Hillers Sports Update 1-29-2019

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In Part 1 of the Girls-Boys Basketball Doubleheader, the Young Hiller Girls Basketball team takes down the Young Clockers 31-29.
-Lilli Morningstar dropped a team high 8 points and was 1 of 8 point scorers in the Hillers victory. Hopkinton improved to 5 and 8 with the win, Ashland falls to 5 and 9.

Video: Hopkinton Hillers Sports Update 1-25-2019

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-On Saturday January 19th, Hopkinton Hillers boys hockey took on Holliston. The game was a defensive struggle for both sides with some great goaltender play. The Hillers got over 50 shots on net but Holliston goalie Nico Quatromoni kept the Hillers at bay making save after save. The Hilers would proove to be too much to handle for Holliston however. In the 3rd period. In the 2nd period with 1:35 Tommy Hamblet netted a goal which would proove to be the game winner. The Hillers improved to 8 wins 2 losses and 2 ties with the victory.

Video: Hopkinton Hillers Sports Update 1-18-2019

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-On Friday January 11th, Hillers Boys Basketball captured a 57-33 victory over Millis. Senior, Brendan Kelly netted 17 points in the win.

-On Saturday January 12th, Hillers Boys Hockey tied 3-3 with Norwood. Hillers led 2-0 after 1st period but surrendered 3 goals in the 2nd period. Sean Walsh netted the final goal of the game with 5:24 left to go in the 2nd period.

-On Tuesday January 15th, the Hillers Boys Basketball team took care of business versus Medfield. The Hillers won by a 62-48 final.

Video: Hillers Hockey Takes Down Medway in Road Win.

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On Wednesday, Hopkinton Hillers Boys Hockey took down Medway at Pirelli Veterans Arena in Franklin by a final of 5-2. After a scoreless 1st period, the Hillers racked up three 2nd period goals: Steve Simoes (14:15), Jake Weinstock (7:15), Cam Jerret (1:46). In the 3rd, Sean Walsh made it a 4-1 game with 5:51 left and Steve Simoes hit an empty netter with 51 seconds left to secure the 5-2 win. Hopkinton improved to 6-2-1 on the season, Medway falls to 3-6-1. View highlights below!

Video: Hillers Girls Basketball Wins in Double Overtime Over Dedham

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Hopkinton Girls defeat Dedham in Double Overtime 51-46
-Freshman, Lauren Cho contributed 10 points and 9 Rebounds, Sophomore, Millie Senseney also put up 10 points as the Hillers snapped a 3 game losing streak and improved to 4 and 3 on the season. Dedham falls to 5 and 3.

View Highlights Below!

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