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Jaye returns to links for Mass. Amateur

Jaye returns to links for Mass. Amateur

Despite not being on a team any longer, Hopkinton’s Abby Jaye continues to play plenty of competitive golf. The 2019 Hopkinton High School graduate recently took part in the Massachusetts Women’s Amateur Championship at Plymouth Country Club. While she said her...

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HHS senior runs so others can have water

HHS senior runs so others can have water

Growing up in Hopkinton, Aryan Shah has enjoyed many privileges that most people of the world are unable to experience. Following a conversation last year with his father, Jinal, the rising senior at Hopkinton High School began to take stock of the many blessings in...

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Sanborn excited to lead Hillers football

Sanborn excited to lead Hillers football

Mark Sanborn had a positive experience during his years as a three-sport standout at Hopkinton High School, and he wants the same for his players now that he is taking the reins of the Hillers football program. “I enjoyed the experience of being teammates with guys I...

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Tangutoori really cooks in global baking contest

Tangutoori really cooks in global baking contest

She only started baking a few years ago, but Shifalika Tangutoori admits she is a bit of a natural. She’s a scientist by trade, and the science of baking is something to which the Hopkinton resident has taken. And it became a source of comfort during the stresses of...

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HHS wrestling enjoys some fun in sun

HHS wrestling enjoys some fun in sun

In more than 25 years around the sport, Hopkinton High School wrestling coach Tim Nelson had never had a winter go by without rolling out the mats. The COVID-19 pandemic changed all that, and Nelson admits he felt the walls closing in a bit when the holidays rolled by...

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Hillers boys tennis thrives during unusual season

Hillers boys tennis thrives during unusual season

Hopkinton High School boys tennis coach Mike Miller has plenty of adjectives to describe the 2021 season, including “unusual” and “crazy.” But, unlike 2020, the season actually launched and the Hillers have taken full advantage, winning nine of their first 10 matches...

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Senior class leads Hillers boys track

Senior class leads Hillers boys track

Like all high school sports teams, Hopkinton High School boys outdoor track and field has had to stay flexible and roll with the many changes imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic. But, after the team’s second mask-free practice of the year, coach Brian Prescott said the...

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Kilduff reflects after alumni award

Kilduff reflects after alumni award

Tim Kilduff had been living in Hopkinton for several years when he attended a meeting of the first Boston Marathon committee ever formed in the town in 1979. Preparations were being made for the 1980 race, which became infamous for Rosie Ruiz, the fraudster who had...

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Unified basketball back in Hopkinton

Unified basketball back in Hopkinton

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended life for students of all ages, but the lack of routine and structure has been particularly hard on those students dealing with intellectual disabilities. But one significant piece of normalcy has returned this spring with the first...

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