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Rudden has memorable season for Stonehill lacrosse

Rudden has memorable season for Stonehill lacrosse

Lydia Rudden is finally getting the chance to play in a normal college lacrosse season, and the Stonehill junior is making the most of the opportunity. Rudden, a Hopkinton High School graduate, has been nothing short of dominant for the Skyhawks this year, earning a...

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Hillers girls track back to unbeaten ways in spring

Hillers girls track back to unbeaten ways in spring

Hopkinton High School girls track and field coach Jean Cann describes the spring season as a “step up” from where the program was during the indoor season, but she is holding the program to its high bar of never losing a meet. “We have gotten our act back together,”...

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Huge Hillers boys track team back on top of TVL

Huge Hillers boys track team back on top of TVL

After a canceled spring track and field season and another one significantly impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Hopkinton High School boys coach Brian Prescott is enjoying being back in the midst of the chaos that comes with leading a 130-athlete team. “It’s...

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Young HHS softball looks to contend in TVL

Young HHS softball looks to contend in TVL

With six freshmen on the varsity roster and a new head coach, the Hopkinton High School softball team is bringing fresh energy to the spring season and plans to compete in the challenging Tri-Valley League. Will Collins is in his fourth year with the Hillers program,...

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Mastroianni set to live Boston Marathon dream

Mastroianni set to live Boston Marathon dream

Like most Hopkinton residents, Chris Mastroianni grew up watching the start of the Boston Marathon. He remembers having some of the elite Kenyan runners visit his school and the pomp and circumstance of being at the beginning of the world’s most famous road race. “The...

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Gilbreath makes marathon return

Gilbreath makes marathon return

Rachel Gilbreath thought she had hung up her marathon shoes for good, but she’s putting them back on thanks to a challenge issued by her husband, Keith. Hopkinton Youth Boys Lacrosse president Ed O’Donnell ran into the couple last fall and asked whether Keith, an...

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HHS star Powers set for Kentucky reign

HHS star Powers set for Kentucky reign

Kate Powers has emerged as one of the top track and field athletes in Massachusetts and has anchored multiple state championships during her time at Hopkinton. The HHS senior will continue her track career with one of the nation’s strongest Division 1 programs after...

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HHS girls succeed on slopes

HHS girls succeed on slopes

The Hopkinton High School girls ski team has been able to find success on the slopes this winter, with second-place finishes in the team’s early competitions and steady improvement throughout the season. There are 14 girls on this year’s team, which is the first led...

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Hopkinton’s Farrell heads to Olympics

Hopkinton’s Farrell heads to Olympics

Sean Farrell has been a high school hockey standout, an NHL draftee, and a Division 1 collegiate star. Now the Hopkinton native will be called an Olympian. The 20-year-old was named to the U.S. men’s hockey team for the Winter Olympic Games taking place next month in...

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