Normally the Hopkinton High School Athletic Department hosts a breakfast event for all seniors planning to play college sports. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, that was canceled. Instead, HHS athletic director Rich Cormier has been spotlighting the student-athletes on Twitter.
The following individuals have committed to playing sports in college: Maggie Allen (Middlebury, track and field), Tommy Ambrosone (Wheaton, baseball), Alex Barker-Hook (Ithaca, baseball), Alex Brown (Boston University, cross country and track and field), Ian Cann (Stonehill, track and field), Jillian Ceddia (Wheaton, softball), Ned Dean (Bowdoin, golf), Matthew Epstein (William & Mary, golf), Schuyler Gooley (Cal Poly, cross country and track and field), Angie Grabmeier (Bentley, volleyball and track and field), Lexi Hasbrouck (Trinity, soccer), Seth Jenkins (Springfield, lacrosse), Luke MacDonald (Union, lacrosse), Cami McDonald (Colby, lacrosse), Delaney Mick (Providence, track and field), Olivia O’Connor (New Hampshire, lacrosse), Aidan Stewart (Ithaca, football), Connor Sullivan (Trinity, lacrosse), Tyler Zanini (Roger Williams, lacrosse).
Additionally, Sean Walsh plans to play a year of prep hockey at the Tilton School.
HHS boys lacrosse honored
Coach Dan Norton and the Hopkinton High School boys lacrosse team were named winners of the Eastern Massachusetts Lacrosse Officials Association (MLOA) Bill Miller Sportsmanship Award for 2019. They were to have received the award this season.
“Coach Norton and the Hopkinton program before, during and after games, whether they won or lost, displayed class, sportsmanship and respect to opponents and officials and are worthy recipients of the 2019 Bill Miller Sportsmanship Award,” the EMLOA stated in naming the Hillers as winners. …
Hopkinton High School’s Jean Cann was named Massachusetts State Track Coaches Association Indoor Girls Coach of the Year for Eastern Massachusetts.