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Hopkinton Hillers Sports News & Notes 10-18-2021

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Field Hockey

-Norwood defeats Hopkinton 5-0
Norwood improves to 5-6-2, Hopkinton falls to 0-12-1

Freshman, Shea Larkee scored a pair of goals, Freshman Emily Spadorcia also netted a goal and Senior, Jenna Costa netted a pair for the Mustangs in the victory.

Girls Volleyball

-Hopkinton sweeps Bishop Feehan!
Hopkinton improved to 16 and 0 on the season with the win. Hopkinton earned 14th sweep of the season.

Middlesex Sheriff's Office searching for individual who walked away from Electronic Monitoring Program

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BILLERICA, Mass. – The Middlesex Sheriff’s Office (MSO) and local law enforcement are searching for Jason Anthony Alicea Pagan, 41, of Winthrop.

Pagan, who was in the MSO’s Electronic Monitoring Program (EMP), was not at his required locations on Monday, October 18, 2021. He is described as a 6-foot tall, 210-pound, male, with black hair and brown eyes.

Pagan is currently serving a sentence for assault and battery on a family or household member. He was set for release in June 2022.

Hopkinton Hillers Fall 2021-22 Week 7 HCAM Broadcast Schedule: October 18th through 24th

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Check out the updated Hopkinton Hillers broadcast schedule below. (Schedule is subject to change at anytime.) Check this page for any changes!

All games will air live on our HCAM-TV (Comcast Channel 8, Verizon Channel 30) or HCAM-ED Channel (Comcast Channel 96, Verizon Channel 31) and our Youtube Page.

Mon, Oct 18th
Varsity Field Hockey VS Norwood 4pm STREAM HERE

Roadwork Notice 10-16-21

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Stormwater drainage work is scheduled for Tuesday October 19th in the area of 89 South Mill St. Work hours will be approximately 7a-5p.
The road will be closed in this area and a detour will be in place using Hunters Ridge Way and back onto South Mill St.
Please use caution and drive slowly through the detour.

Thomas P. Brock, 82

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Thomas P. Brock, 82, a retired sergeant of the Massachusetts State Police after 28 years, died October 13, 2021 at his home after a long illness. He was the husband of Marie Janet (St. Pierre) Brock to whom he was married for 31 years. Born in Hopkinton, he was the son of the late Joseph and Eva (Hogan) Brock.

A 1957 graduate of Walpole High School, he held a bachelor’s degree from Northeastern University and a master’s degree from Anna Maria College. A veteran of the U.S. Army, he also worked for the Boston Herald.

Vera E. (Melchior) Geissinger, 93

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Vera E. (Melchior) Geissinger, 93, of Ashland died suddenly Monday, October 11th at the Casa de Ramana Rehabilitation Center. Born in Germany, Vera was a long-time resident of Hopkinton, and has been a resident of Ashland for the past 16 years. She was the only child of Walter and Charlotte Melchior.

Hopkinton Hillers News and Notes 10-15-21, Hillers Football, Girls Volleyball Capture Wins!

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-Hopkinton Football defeats Medfield 34-21
Hopkinton improves to 2 and 4 with the win, Medfield fell to 0 and 6.

QB Robert Litscher capped-off a 4 minute, 14 second 80 yard drive with a 2 yard TD run to open up the game. CB Braden Hicks then had an interception on the first Medfield drive leading to a 70 yard TD run by Joe Carrazza to make it a 13-0 game at 4:19 left in the 1st quarter.

Construction Advisory No. 18 October 15, 2021 Undergrounding of Utilities Work Begin

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Installation of the first electric manhole vault will begin on Monday, October 18 near the intersection of Main Street and Claflin Ave, between #102 and #104 Main Street. It is anticipated the work will take up to 3-5 days to complete. Please see the attached technical plan outlining the work area (highlighted in green).

Draft Traffic Management Plans for utility vault work areas between 85/135 and Commonwealth Ave. are available on the project website.

Watch Now: Hopkinton Cultural Council Hosts Boston Marathon Themed Art on the Trail

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The Hopkinton Cultural Council hosted the annual "Art on the Trail" display. This years event was inspired by the 125th Boston Marathon which took place on Monday, October 11th. The display is entitled "A Walk to Inspire". View highlights from the opening ceremony below, the Art will be on display along the Center Trail until October 17th.

Watch Now: Bobbi Gibb Statue Unveiled

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The 26.2 foundation along with the Hopkinton Center for the Arts, Startline Brewery and Marty's Fine Wine's hosted a ceremony to recognize the accomplishments of Bobbi Gibb and unveiled a statue that will be on display during the Boston Marathon route.

"Bobbi Gibb, the first woman to run the Boston Marathon, is sharing her lifetime wish – to sculpt a life-sized statue of a female runner and have it placed on the Boston Marathon course.

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