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HHS Sports Roundup: Kentucky-bound Powers wins D2 shot put title; Sokol runner-up in D2 wrestling

by | Feb 21, 2022 | Featured: Sports, Sports

Kate Powers

Kate Powers stands atop the podium after winning the Division 2 state shot put title. PHOTO/HOPKINTON HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS

Hopkinton High School senior Kate Powers won the shot put at the state Division 2 Indoor Track and Field State Championship meet on Sunday at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center in Boston.

Powers won with a throw of 37 feet, 11 3/4 inches, which was more than a foot better than her nearest competitor.

Powers, who was a member of the HHS volleyball team that won the state title in the fall, last week announced that she will continue her track and field career at the University of Kentucky next season. …

Junior Justin Sokol took second place at the state Division 2 Wrestling Championship on Saturday. Sokol, who wrestles at 220 pounds, will compete in the all-state meet next weekend. Teammate Sebastian Losada reached the sectional quarterfinals. …

The HHS cheer team finished third at the Tri-Valley League championship meet and qualified for the regional tournament. …

The HHS girls hockey co-op team won the Kelly O’Leary Tournament in Auburn, turning away The Woodstock Academy, 5-3, in Saturday’s championship game. Morgan Fraser had two goals and an assist in the final and was named tournament MVP.

In the tournament opener last Wednesday, Hopkinton edged Auburn, 2-1. Kaelyn Thompson and Sophia Mazzuchelli had the goals for the winners. …

Boys hockey posted a 4-0 victory over Minnechaug on Saturday behind goals from Ryan Teitel, Joey Carrazza, Joe Scardino and Cal Greenwood.

Last Wednesday, the Hillers skated past Westwood, 3-0. Drew Morse, Teitel and Carrazza had the goals. …

The HHS girls basketball team beat Shepherd Hill, 53-40, on Sunday to advance to Tuesday’s championship game of the Westborough Invitational. Kiki Fossbender scored 17 points and Lauren Cho netted 15 to lead the Hillers, who will face Medway in the final.

On Friday, the Hillers closed out the TVL campaign with a 71-37 loss to Medfield…

Boys basketball dropped a 70-67 decision to Medfield on Friday despite 17 points from Nate Kasper. Tommy Engel-Chatten added 16 and Evan Mirazimi tallied 14.

One day earlier, the Hillers traveled to Worcester and routed Burncoat, 85-37. Mirazimi (17 points), Sam Pantera (14), Kasper (12) and Zach Hyman (10) led a balanced attack. …

HHS skiers Klara Niss, Lila Mato, Libby Herlihy and Jake Lacoche qualified for the state meet.


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