Hopkinton Today: Monday, Oct. 26

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Good morning, Hopkinton! Welcome to the daily update we call Hopkinton Today — a quick recap of yesterday’s news, highlights of what’s on tap, and a video or two to brighten your morning.

The Hopkinton Community Partnership’s Dress Up and Drive Thru Halloween event drew a big crowd to Faith Community Church on Saturday night. Click here for photos from the event.

Art Lights the Night is the theme of this year’s Hopkinton Center for the Arts gala, and the virtual celebration promises to be a great time to enjoy an evening of fun and support the HCA.

The motto for the Hopkinton High School field hockey team this year: Play smarter, not harder. The ongoing pandemic has imposed changes on many high school sports this fall, but perhaps no sport has been as upended as field hockey.

It was a productive weekend for the Hopkinton High School soccer teams. The girls completed a two-game sweep of Norton with an exciting 1-0 victory on Sunday. The boys rallied past Norton on Saturday and earned a tie on Sunday, with Owen Schnur recording four goals in the two games.

The Hopkinton Little League 9U team completed a perfect 24-0 season with a victory over Southborough on Sunday to win the Southborough Little League 9U Fall All-Star Championship.

Photo of the Day: Burnedette MacDonald (left), executive director of the Hopkinton-based charity Love Unconditional, oversees a fundraising yard sale Saturday in Woodville along with volunteer Bob Fantini.

Woodville yard sale
PHOTO/JOHN CARDILLO

Video of the Day:

Hopkinton Independent house ad