Rabinovich set to continue hoops career at Holy Cross

Mike Rabinovich has been playing basketball in Worcester and going to school there for the past four years, so the chance to stay in his adopted city and be part of a rebuilding program...
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Army’s Simoes swings big bat in short summer stint

After having his college season cut short and amid a busy training schedule at West Point, Hopkinton’s Tim Simoes was more than willing to drive halfway across the country for the chance to get...
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Boston Athletic Association recognizes Hopkinton athletes

The Boston Athletic Association annually holds short races for high school and middle school runners from towns on the Boston Marathon course on the weekend of the marathon. This year's races were scheduled for...

Uncertainty abounds in preparing for post-pandemic sports season

Hopkinton High School athletic director Rich Cormier is not entirely certain what high school sports will look like when they return in the fall — assuming they do — but he’s confident there will...

Boston Marathon postponed to Sept. 14

To hear Hopkinton Select Board member John Coutinho tell it, there was never any consideration given to canceling the Boston Marathon. It was always a matter of when, not if, it would take place. At...

Start of fall HS sports pushed back to Sept. 14

The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA), which governs high school sports in the state, announced earlier this week that tryouts/practices for fall sports will not start until Sept. 14. Fall sports had been scheduled to...
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Sports Roundup: HHS spring season pushed back

In the fall, Eastern equine encephalitis forced all town activities to end at dusk. It created a challenge for scheduling fall sports, but compared to this spring’s developments, that was a minor inconvenience. On March...

HHS girls grateful for athletic opportunities

There is a timeless saying older people remark to those from subsequent generations: “You don’t know how good you have it.” For Hopkinton High School seniors Alyssa McIntire and Schuyler Gooley, it’s a cliche...

‘Ultimate’ lessons about athletics, sportsmanship

Flying disc game becomes more popular in Hopkinton In 2017, Liz Siber walked into the Hopkinton Parks and Recreation office looking to find a way to introduce youth to Ultimate, a sport she picked up...

Hopkinton strengthens connection to Greece

“It all starts here.” It’s a familiar phrase in Hopkinton and the town’s claim to fame as the start of the Boston Marathon. But through the work of the 26.2 Foundation, Hopkinton also has...