Hopkinton High School junior Kate Powers opened the spring outdoor track and field season by setting a school record with a throw of 140 feet in the discus during Tuesday’s meet against visiting Ashland. Powers also won the shot put to lead the Hillers to a 110-22 victory.
Other winners for Hopkinton included Hailey Tolson (long jump, 100), Olivia Jones (800), Autumn Tumbleton (mile), Bridget O’Connor (high jump), Chloe Johnson (triple jump), Melanie Gildea (javelin) and the 4×100 relay team, while Grace Prucher and Ellie Driscoll tied for first in the 100 hurdles. …
The HHS boys track and field team routed visiting Ashland, 99-37, on May 11. Tommy Bernardin (long jump, high jump) and Aidan Morin (shot put, discus) led the way with two first-place finishes apiece.
Strong start for HHS tennis
The HHS boys tennis team opened its season with a pair of wins, beating Westwood 4-1 last Friday and sweeping Medfield 5-0 on Monday.
Aidan Yagoobi, Lex Kaye and the doubles teams of Rex Lind-Spencer Smith and Thomas Guerra-Andrew Palacios came up winners in both matches, while Adam Glace won vs. Medfield.
The HHS girls tennis team beat Westwood 3-2 in its opener behind wins from Madison LaMachia, Riley Krattenmaker and the doubles duo of Vani Sharma-Sophie Kaplan. On Monday the girls dropped a 4-1 decision at Medfield.