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Hillers Loved Mohawks

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The Hopkinton High Girls Varsity Tennis continue their streak of wins as they beat the Mohawks 5-0 at Millis High School.

Maddie Marques had her first varsity start of the year at #2 Doubles winning with partner Steph Pearson 6-3, 6-2. Elisabeth Cooperman blanked her opponent at #3 Singles 6-0, 6-0. Other winners were Olivia Anderson (#1), Zoe Komodromos (#2), and Laney Emerson & Devon LaMachia (#1 Doubles). The Lady Hillers are 12-0 overall and 9-0 in the TVL.

The Hillers stay on the bus and go to Medway for a 3:30 pm tilt on Wednesday.

Editorial: Supporting Jon Graziano for School Committee

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If you haven’t actively followed the School Committee or the Elementary School Building Committee over the past couple of years, you may not be as familiar with Jon Graziano as we are. Jon is the guy standing with supporters on the corner of Main Street and 85 every Saturday, eager to meet you and answer all of your questions about his goals as School Committee Chairman and his hopes for the schools in the years ahead.

Jo-Ann “Toki” L. Nordmark, 82

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Jo-Ann “Toki” L. Nordmark, 82, of Hopkinton, passed away Sunday, May 10, 2015. Born in Melrose, she was the daughter of the late Winifred (Atwell) and Paul August Nordmark.

A longtime Hopkinton resident, Jo-Ann was a former Hopkinton school cheerleader and a member of the Hopkinton Senior Center as well as the Northborough and Sandwich Senior Centers.

Historical Lecture at Comey Chapel

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Claire Wright, a member of Hopkinton's Historic District Commission, will lead a discussion about Hopkinton Civil War veteran Henry Comey at the Comey Chapel on Sunday, May 16 from 1:00-1:30 PM. Recently restored and reopened for use by the Hopkinton Cemetary Commission, the Comey Chapel is located in Evergreen Cemetary at 304 Wood Street in Woodville. Seating is limited to 50. Please RSVP via the 300th Anniversary Facebook Page.

Boston’s Largest Casting Company at Hopkinton Center for the Arts

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New workshop opportunity for young aspiring film and TV actors

Editorial: Supporting Jean Bertschmann for School Committee

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My name is Troy Mick and I am writing in support of Jean Bertschmann for School Committee. I had the honor of working closely with Jean when we joined the school committee together 6 years ago, and I continue to be impressed with the amount of time and energy Jean gives to the schools both as a School Committee member and as a general volunteer to many other town committees.

Hillers Plunder Raiders 4-1

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Hiller Girls Varsity Tennis Team hosted a 4-1 victory against the Raiders from Wellesley.

Steph Pearson and Devon LaMachia teamed up at 2nd Doubles and won quickly by a score of 6-2, 6-0. Next off the court was #1 Singles player Olivia Anderson (6-4, 6-2) followed by #2 Singles player Zoe Komodromos (6-3, 6-0). Elisabeth Cooperman won the 4th point at #3 Singles (6-2, 6-1) in a match characterized by very long rallies.

Hillers remain 11-0, 8-0 in the Tri-Valley League. The Ladies will pack their gear and head to Millis on Monday for a league match up.

John Joseph Mullins, 80

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John Mullins passed away May 5, 2015. He was preceded in death by his parents John Mullins, Sr., Edna Mullins and brother David Mullins. He was the oldest of four children and is survived by his sisters Eunice Inman, and Kathleen Harrell.

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HCAM Insider for the Week of May 11

Do you want to know all about the new programming coming up on HCAM? Then watch our HCAM Insider! You'll get all of the air dates and times for the first runs of these programs.

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Video: Hillers Softball beat top seeded Norton 6-0, Hulme strikes out 18

(VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS POSTED BELOW)

Softball 5/4/2015
Hopkinton (9-1) defeats Norton (8-1) 6-0

W.P. Juliet Hulme (4-0) L.P. Kelly Nelson (8-1)

Hop: Juliet Hulme – 18 K’s
Hop: Kayla Sullivan (1-2) HR, 2RBI
Hop: Lindsay Whittles (1-3) 2RBI
Hop: Hanna Engstrom (2-4) 2 Runs

Top 1st - Juliet Hulme Strikes out the Side
Bottom 1st - Kayla Sullivan HR scores Hanna Engstrom (2-0 Hillers)
Top 2nd - Juliet Hume Strikes out the Side
Top 3rd - Juliet Hulme Strikes out the Side
Top 4th - Juliet Hulme Strikes out 4 (1 reached on passed ball)
Top 5th - Juliet Hulme Strikes out 3 (1 reached on passed ball)
Bottom 5th - Lindsay Whittles RBI Sac Fly scores Maille Bennett (3-0 Hillers)
Top 6th - Juliet Hulme Strikes out 1
Bottom 6th - Hanna Engstrom 2 RBI Single scores Hulme and Comeau (5-0 Hillers), Lindsay Whittles RBI Single scores Engstrom (6-0 Hillers)
Top 7th - Hulme Strikes out 1

Hopkinton Hillers score 6 runs on 7 hits and had 3 errors
Norton Lancers score 0 runs on 2 hits and had 3 errors

Watch Highlights Below, including all 18 Hulme strikeouts and Hillers runs

On Wednesday May 9th the Hillers took down Holliston on the road 7-1 to improve to 10 and 1 on the season

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