Video: Hopkinton Hillers Sports Update 10-18-2018

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-On Tuesday (10/16) Hopkinton Hillers Field Hockey played the very 1st game on the new turf fields versus Westwood. Prior to the game, the Hillers celebrated Senior Night. This years seniors include: #5 Caroline Wauters, #10 Tess Papagni, #20 Kate Wilson and #21 Natalia Gomez Donate.

The game was a great battle between 2 very good TVL teams. Alyssa McIntyre scored the only Hillers goal late in the 2nd half and the game ended in a 1-1 draw. The playoff-bound Hillers improved to 8 Wins, 5 Losses and 2 Ties. Hopkinton clinched a playoff spot and has 18 points on the season.

-On Wednesday (10/17) Hopkinton Hillers Girls Soccer celebrated their senior night prior to a game versus Dover-Sherborn on the new turf fields. This years team features five Seniors: #12 Natalie Calkins, #15 Sydney MacDonald, #13 Gabrielle Weilding, #3 Corinne Messier and #11 Maya Zent.

The Hillers defense was excellent and they compiled 2 first half goals. Hopkinton defeated Dover-Sherborn 2-0. The playoff-bound Hillers improve to 8 wins, 3 losses and 4 ties on the season. The Lady Hillers have 20 points overall.

View Highlights of Field Hockey and Girls Soccer below!

Contributed Updates:
- The Middle School Girls soccer team won their game against Mendon/Upton yesterday 3-2. Arianna Schaefer and Kylie Skiba both had beautiful goals, while outstanding defense was played by Sophia Perrelli and Jordyn Ahlstrom-Hall. The girls play at away today in Ashland.

-Jack Green led the HMS boys' soccer team to a 6-1 victory in Ashland yesterday. Jack scored three goals netting a hat trick. Other goal scorers included Peter DeMichele, Eric Touzjian and Quinn O'Connor. Nate Lee and Harry Petrie played particularly well. The boys next play on Monday when they travel to Milllis for a 3:30 game.

-The HMS Girls' soccer team won their game against Ashland yesterday 6-0. Jaymie Arena and Veronica White led the the scoring and Sophia Perrelli led the assists of the game. Keira O'Connor and Casey Tourigny led the offensive push. The girls record is 6-2.