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Boys' Basketball - Holliston vs. Hopkinton

by Ken Robinson
December 21, 2018

The Holliston high school boys basketball team hosted Tri-Valley League rival Hopkinton Tuesday evening.

Photography by Ken Robinson      Text by Bruce Campbell

 

 

 In a game that was close most of the way, Hopkinton outlasted Holliston 74-63.

Junior Luke Campbell (23) led Holliston with 19 points and 5 assists.

Senior captain Sean Jewett (3) scored 16 points and junior Topher Ryan (2) added 13 points.

Juniors Tyler Cotting (12), Aidan Jewett (13) and Jake Waldman (5) all contributed strong play making, defense, and rebounding.

Holliston's next home game has an early start, on Friday December 28 versus Nipmuc Regional. JV tips off at 11:00 followed by varsity at 12:30. Please come support our players!

 

 

 

 

 

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