Will the girls varsity basketball team make it as far this year as they did last year? Last year, the team made it all the way to semi-finals, but were shut out by Sabis. Was that competition fair? Not exactly. Is there anything we can do about it now? Definitely not. The only thing that the team can do about it now is work on their mechanics, and hopefully will stay with or beat Sabis this year! Read the rest of this entry »
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The Saturday game against one of Hopkins’ rivals, Smith Academy, didn’t look too good at the start. Up until the 4th inning, the Hawks were down 2-0. Heads were not hanging, though. The Hawks kicked it into gear and got two runs in the 5th inning to tie up the game. With their blood pumping from getting the runs, the Hawks pulled through another 4 runs in the 7th to land a solid lead against the Smith Academy Falcons. Andrew ended the game and allowed no runs to be scored in the last inning to land Hopkins with a 6-2 win.
The Hopkins Academy varsity cheerleaders played the Smith Academy varsity cheerleaders in a powder puff basketball game on Monday, March 14 at 7:00pm in the Hopkins Academy gym. Read the rest of this entry »
The Hopkins Varsity girls basketball team ended their season with a record of 11-9 and are now moving on to the post season Division III tournament. Ending their season with a win against St. Joseph, 56-16, the girls are moving into the tournament as the 7th seed right behind Smith Academy, who they lost to by 2 points after going into overtime at Smith Academy. Playing in the first round, Hopkins girls will be playing Holyoke Catholic (10th seed) tonight, March 1st at 7pm. Tonight’s game will take place at Hopkins Academy, so come out and support our girls. Go Lady Hawks!
Hopkins Academy soccer is know for always being the team to beat. In the past years, Hopkins Academy wasn’t really a threat, but was more of just your average soccer team. Schools know about us and put us on their radar for the top teams to beat. Last year Hopkins academy boys varsity soccer won the GcGrath South soccer league. Unfortunately there post season was short lived after losing to gateway in the tournament 2-0. After the graduating class left, it took 9 seniors from the varsity squad also. This gave doubt to some when the question of if Hopkins could win league again next year was brought up.