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Town basketball camps return after pandemic-imposed hiatus

For nearly 40 years, the Hopkinton Summer Basketball Camp has been an annual fixture in town. Established by legendary Hopkinton High School coach Dick Bliss in 1983, it often is referred to as “Bliss...
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HHS Sports Roundup: Football ends season with loss to Norwood

Cole Salyards ran for four touchdowns, but it was not enough as the Hopkinton High School football team ended its season with a 49-35 loss to visiting Norwood on Sunday afternoon. The Hillers finish...
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HHS athletes announce college plans at signing ceremony

Fourteen Hopkinton High School student-athletes celebrated their commitments to play college sports in a signing ceremony Wednesday afternoon outside the school.Three Hillers are headed to Division 3 St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York....
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Lauren Anderson Softball Field re-dedication ceremony May 1

The re-dedication of the Lauren Anderson Softball Field at Field 6 behind Hopkinton High School, delayed one year by the pandemic, will be held Saturday, May 1, at 10 a.m.Following the ceremony, which will...
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HHS Sports Roundup: Salyards leads football to rout of Westwood

Cole Salyards ran for two touchdowns, passed for another and caught an 85-yard TD pass on Friday night as Hopkinton High School won its second straight game with a 48-29 rout of visiting Westwood.Trailing...
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HHS Sports Roundup: Volleyball sweeps Norwood

The Hopkinton High School volleyball team completed a sweep of Norwood on Tuesday and Thursday, winning both matches by 3-0 scores.In Thursday’s road win, the Hillers were led by Melanie Gildea, who had eight...
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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...
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Hopkinton-based world champion martial artist turns focus to teaching

Carlos Terrinha was a 19-year-old living in Brazil and working a delivery job when he stumbled upon the martial art known as Brazilian jiu jitsu. Next door to a spot where he was making...
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HHS Sports Roundup: Football beats Medfield on last-minute TD

https://twitter.com/HillerAthletics/status/1378427559738740745?s=20Quarterback Cole Salyards scrambled into the end zone from 8 yards out with 11 seconds remaining to give the Hopkinton High School football team a 42-36 victory over visiting Medfield on Saturday afternoon.Medfield had...

Hervol wins Minor League Golf tournament

Hopkinton’s Jimmy Hervol won his first event on the Minor League Golf Tour, posting a 1-shot victory in a rain-shortened tournament at Indian Spring Country Club in Boynton Beach, Florida, early this week.Hervol shot...