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Video Segment: Hillers Sports Recap January 6th through 10th

Tuesday January 6th Hillers Boys Basketball took on Bellingham, Hopkinton improved to 4 and 4 winning 66-52. Jake Doherty led the way dropping 14 points, Matt Locke hit for 11 and Mitch Nagle contributed with 11 points.

Also on Tuesday January 6th Bellingham Girls beat Hopkinton 50-39

Wednesday Jan 7th
Boys Track (4-0) beat Westwood 75-10
Hopkinton won all events!
(1st Place Finishes) Hurdle - Derek Winshman, Dash - Mike Cuthbert, 1 Mile - Ryan Branch, 600 M - Evan Park, 300 M - Mike Cuthbert, High Jump - Cal Holland1000 M - Evan Park, 2 Mile - Brian Gao, Shot Put - Declan McWilliams,
Relay was won by Hopkinton

Girls Track (4-0) Beat Westwood 59-27
(1st Place Finishes) Hurdle - Nicole Belisle, 600 M - Emily Hoffman, 300 M - Emily Mastrianni High Jump - Zoe Komodromos, 1000 M - Isabelle Giordano Relay was won by Hopkinton

Wednesday January 7th
Girls Swimming Beat Dover-Sherborn 94-87

Friday January 9th
Boys Basketball (4-5) lost to Westwood 71-43
Girls Basketball (4-3) lost to Westwood 61-35
Girls Hockey: Dover-Sherborn/Hopkinton beat Oakmont 5-2
Boys Swimming: Wayland beat Hopkinton 165-118
Girls Swimming: Wayland beat Hopkinton 169-135

Saturday January 10th
Boys Hockey: Medfield beat Hopkinton 4-1
Boys Swimming: Hopkinton beat Foxboro 73-56
Girls Swimming: Hopkinton beat Foxboro 92-70

Saturday January 10th
Hopkinton Wrestling (12-0) won quad meet beating host New Bedford 45-24, Stoughton 51-21 and Waltham 28-0

Connor Patrick, Chsi Zarba, Ethan Poovakad, Sam Esfahani, Lukas Kaminski, Conrad Lavoie and Josh Sokol all undefeated in meet.

Metrowest Daily News Hillers Allstars
(Fall Sports Season)

Football: RB Drew Donohue – 2nd Team
Girls Soccer: GK Maddison Gierschick

Volleyball: Holly Adams, Renee Cooprider, Hanna Engstrom, Whitney Thalheimer,
Coach of the year – Margie Grabmeier

MLK Day of Giving Back

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Give Blood to Give Back on Martin Luther King Day at
the Hopkinton Middle School from 10 - 3. Call 1-800-Red Cross for
appointments, or visit www.redcrossblood.org and specify
Hopkinton Middle School on January 19, 2015.

Days Events include:
Breakfast at 9 AM,
Speaker at 9:45,
Activities in Brown Gym 10:30 - 2:30,
American Red Cross Blood Drive 10 - 3.

300th Anniversary Items Available at Train Depot this Weekend

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The Friends of Hopkinton Anniversary Celebrations will be back at the Train Depot on West Main Street this weekend selling a variety of commemorative items. All proceeds go to support the activities planned to celebrate Hopkinton’s 300th birthday, including the parade and fireworks planned for September 2015.

Where: Train Depot
When: Saturday, January 17, 2015 from 10am to 2pm
Sunday, January 18, 2015 from 11am to 1pm

Please Stop by! Free sweets, coffee and cider! And maybe a surprise visitor on hand ready to discuss some local history!

United Way of Tri-County Seeking Volunteer Award Nominees

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The United Way of Tri-County is requesting nominations for its 2015 MetroWest/495 Corridor Volunteer of the Year Awards, meant to recognize the community’s most dedicated volunteers.

Nominees for Youth Volunteer of the Year, for area youth attending a local middle or high school between the ages of 12 and 18, and Volunteer of the Year, for a MetroWest volunteer over the age of 18 will be accepted through Friday, February 6. Nominees should exemplify the spirit and commitment of improving the quality of life for others in the MetroWest/495 Corridor.

ESBC Set to Present at Library, Monthly Meeting, Middle School

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The Elementary School Building Committee has a busy January ahead of them. As the timeline to choose site alternatives gets shorter, the committee has many opportunities this month for townspeople to get involved before a final decision is made.

On Wednesday, January 14th, at 7:00 p.m., the ESBC will host a public presentation at the public library. This informational presentation will be aided by the library's recent installation of site alternative test fit illustrations, now displayed around the library.

Hiller JV's contune unbeaten streak

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The JV hockey team has extended their unbeaten streak from the last four games of last year, through the first 8 games of this year.
On Sunday, they took on Hopedale/Millis beating them by a score of 6-3
Harrison Black had the first goal unassisted. Freeman Alfano had the second goal on the feed from Kyle Canty. Hunter Temple then put one in from Henry Kosheff and Canty. Freeman picked up his second goal of the night from Canty and Griffin. Peter Mitchell rounded out the scoring with an unassisted goal.

Hillers lose close battle to Medfield

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Despite being out shot 42-19 the Hillers put up a great showing against one of the top Tri-Valley teams in Medfield. The action was back and forth and the Hillers had a couple of early chances almost scoring off the opening face-off. The Medfield squad was solid up and down the line up and the Hillers were having to work for their opportunities. After going down 2-0, the Hillers got on the board with a nice tip in front by Brandon Carty, on a shot from Owen Delaney, who received a nice pass from brother Connor.

Hillers Wrestling is 12 and 0

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Hopkinton Wrestling won a quad-meet Saturday January 10th. The Hillers beat host New Bedford 45-24, Stoughton 51-21 and Waltham 28-0. Several Hillers had an undefeated day in the meet including; Connor Patrick, Chsi Zarba, Ethan Poovakad, Sam Esfahani, Lukas Kaminski, Conrad Lavoie and Josh Sokol.

Helen A. Haven, 91

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Helen A. Haven, 91, of Hopkinton, passed away Sunday, January 11, 2015 at Countryside Nursing Home in Framingham. Born in Framingham, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Adele (Zambelli) Tedeschi and Lena (Dieana) Tedeschi. She was the wife of the late Donald Lyman Haven.

Pizza Party and the Music of John Guido

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The Hopkinton Senior Center is having a Pizza Party Lunch on Thursday, January 22 at 12 noon. Hopkinton resident and musician John Guido will entertain the crowd.

Cost: $5 per person.
Menu: Pizza and Salad.

Meatball Subs or Roast Beef sandwiches are available by advanced request at sign up by Tuesday, Jan 20 at the Front Desk.

Regular Lunch Goers must sign up for this event if they plan to attend.

There will be no regular lunch service this day!

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