Sports

Send Us Your Photos and Win!

tom's picture

HCAM exists to connect you to our community, so welcome to Connections Week here at HCAM we have a website dedicated to community photos, www.SceneInHopkinton.org, with nearly 50 thousand pictures. Until October 25, every photo submittal is chance for an HCAM water bottle. Send us a Hopkinton related photo and you qualify! Send us your photos here!

Video: Hiller Boys Soccer Gets Ready for Final Games of Regular Season

tom's picture

Hillers Boys Soccer enter their final 3 games of the regular season with a record of 7 wins, 6 losses and 2 ties. I caught up with this years Captains: Owen DiNicola, Tyler Zanini, Tim Fargiano and Nick Skiba as well as 16th year Head Coach, Garrett Sawyer.

Video: Hiller Field Hockey Makes Final Playoff Push

tom's picture

Hillers Field Hockey currently has 5 wins, 7 losses and 4 ties and needs to win their final 2 games to get into the post season. Despite a season with some ups and downs, this years group is having a good time.

In the video below, Captains, Alyssa McIntire and Hannah Ianelli and Head Coach, Becky Abate talk about the season so far.

Video: Hiller Girls Soccer Defeats Norton

tom's picture

This past Tuesday, Hiller Girls Soccer took down Norton 2-0. Ashley Butler angled a nice goal from the corner of the box with just under 4 minutes left. Margie Allen added another goal just over 6 minutes into the 2nd half. The Hillers improve to 6-4-4 with the win and are only 2 points away from clinching a playoff spot.

View highlights below.

Hillers Girls Volleyball Stays Undefeated!

tom's picture

The Hillers stay undefeated with a 3-1 win over Norwood Wednesday Night. Angie Grabmeier (SR) racked up 27 assists, 15 kills, 5 digs and an ace while Rachel Leeret (JR) had 23 assists and Cadyn Boyce (JR) had 6 kills and an ace in the Hillers victory. Hillers improve to 14 and 0, Norwood falls to 4 and 12. (25-16, 25-12, 23-25, 25-11).

TVL Standings 10/16/2019
TVL Large
*Hopkinton 14-0
*Ashland 15-1
*Medfield 10-6
*Westwood 9-5
Holliston 7-7
Norwood 4-12

Lauren Anderson Field Restoration Project Hits Fundraising Goal

contribute's picture

The Lauren Anderson Field Restoration Project has hit its fundraising goal. Thanks to the efforts of Lauren’s family, classmates and teammates, town residents, the school district and community organizations, the project has raised more than $30,000 in donations and in-kind services since it was launched on August 1.

“Hopkinton has always been a small town with a big heart,” said Kathy Kilduff, team leader. “It has been inspiring to see how many people remember Lauren and are willing to support this project.”

Video: Hillers Football and Girls Soccer Take Home Wins

tom's picture

On Thursday October 3rd, Hillers Girls Soccer took down Ashland 3 to 0. Ava Perlov had 2 Goals and an Assist in the win.

On Saturday October 5th, Hiller Football scored in the final 42 seconds to take down Norwood in their Home Opener 12 to 7. WR/DB, Cole Salyards (JR) accrued 7 receptions for 68 yards and racked up 10 defensive tackles.

View highlights below!

Hillers Sports Update 10-8-2019

tom's picture

Girls Volleyball: Hillers took a 3-1 road-win in Westwood on Monday. Angie Grabmeier had 19 asists, 5 kills, 1 block, 7 aces and 15 digs. Cassie White pitched in with 4 kills and 2 digs and Cadyn Boyce racked up 6 kills, 2 aces and 3 digs. (25-13, 25-17, 15-25, 25-10)

On Tuesday, the Hillers followed up with a 3-2 win over Algonquin. Hiller Girls volleyball now stands at 12 and 0 on the season.

Cross Country: Hillers Boys and Girls Cross Country took down Ashland and claimed the TVL Large title. Alex Brown broke his own course record at Hopkinton State Park.

Video: Hopkinton Hillers Sports Update 10-2-2019

tom's picture

Hillers Girls Field Hockey recently met up with Ashland at Ashland High School. Both teams exchanged goals on penalty corners in the 2nd half and ended in a 1-1 draw. Alyssa Souza had the only Hillers goal.

The Hillers followed up with a 2-0 loss in Medfield and a 3-0 win in Bellingham Wednesday. Hopkinton stands at 4 wins, 4 losses and 3 ties on the season. After taking on Westwood on Friday October 4th, the Hillers will be at home for their final 6 games of the regular season.

Video: Hopkinton Hillers Soccer Update 9-25-2019

tom's picture

Hopkinton Hillers Boys and Girls soccer have both been playing hard throughout the first few weeks of the preseason. Recently the girls took on Westwood and Norwood while the Boys battled Holliston. View highlights below!

Pages

Subscribe to Sports