HHS Press


Hiller Baseball 2018: Team Preview

Owen Delaney

April 3, 2018

It was in extra innings when the Hopkinton Hillers baseball team fell to Greater New Bedford last spring in the state sectional semi-finals. Greater New Bedford would go on to win the state finals, leaving the returning Hillers ...

Hillers First-Half Lead Not Enough for Title

Tim Burdick

March 19, 2018

SPRINGFIELD, MA — The 10 point lead at the half of the Division 2 state title for Hopkinton wasn’t enough to secure the win against Foxborough. Foxborough hadn’t won a state title in 23 years, and Hopkinton hadn’t in...

Hopkinton Boys XC Has a Bright Future

Brendan Coccio

December 6, 2017

Hopkinton Boy’s XC has enjoyed a great season so far, but their future shows even more promise. Over the past two seasons, the program has experienced an upward trend and many key team members plan to return next year, as th...

A Season to Remember

Will Abernethy

November 20, 2017

The HHS Golf Team had very high expectations this season. They came off a disappointing season last year, ending in no TVL championship and elimination from the first round of States. Nevertheless, this year's team was returning...

HHS Cross Country Team

No Running From Injuries

October 24, 2017

Silent Protests in Sports

Chris Hadley, Writer for HHSPress

October 23, 2017

A pressing topic in sports politics today is the question of whether or not it is acceptable for athletes to kneel while the national anthem is being played. While many people and athletes support the effort, there is also a less...

HHS Students Get Real About the Recruiting Process

Emma Murphy

October 19, 2017

The recruiting process definitely comes with a roller coaster of emotions for students. Despite the stress, the journey of being recruited to play a college sport can be very rewarding and enjoyable. In recent years, the process...

Girls basketball makes state semi-finals

Spencer Coveney, Staff Writer

March 28, 2017

The varsity girls basketball team’s season came to a heartbreaking end March 11 at Worcester Polytechnic Institute with a loss against their toughest opponent, Medfield, 59-52, in the state semi-finals. Students came in ...

An Inside Look at the 2016-17 Hiller Hockey Season

Alex Reynolds, Staff Writer

March 28, 2017

The hockey team exceeded expectations by recording the best record in school history and in the playoffs played in what Athletic Director Dee King described as “the most exciting high school hockey game I have ever seen.”   ...

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