Hopkinton Varsity Boys Basketball: 14/15 M.S.Boys Schedule

Thursday, November 29
2012-2013 M.S. SCHEDULE

Wednesday, November 16
2011-2012 Middle School Boys Schedule
 Date Opponent  Place  Time  Bus  Results   
 11/30  3 Rivers Away   4:00  2:45  Won    54-9    The Hawks defeated Three Rivers 54-9. Sam Chase led the way for Hopkinton with 12 points, while Nick Meserve added 11. Declan Campbell played great defense for the 1-0 Hawks.
 12/3  Winnisquam  Home  Noon    Lost   39-35  The Hawks fell to Winnisquam 39-35 to even their record at 1-1. Henry Yianakopolos was the star for the Hawks, dropping in 11 points. Nick Fleury added 8, and Cam Cyr had a good all around games
 12/14  Marrimack Valley  Away  4:00  2:45  Won  Hawks improved to 2-1 with a victory over Merrimack Valley. Guards Nick Fleury (14 points) and Jacob Rockwood (4 points) did a great job of pushing the ball up the floor to break any MV traps.  Kolin LaPage (10 points) also played extremely well for the Hawks.


 Newport  Away  10:30  9:15 Won     60-13   The Hawks defeated Newport 60-13. Offensively, the Hawks were led by Nick Fleury (11 points) and Nick Meserve (10 points, 7 rebounds ). Mitchell Mele (8 points) and Jacob Walling (10 rebounds) also played well.
 12/21  3 Rivers School  Home  Noon    Won The Hopkinton MS Boys basketball team improved to 4-1 with a win over Pembroke. Kolin LaPage led the way with 12 points while Josh Angell continued to play great defense and unselfish basketball. Declan Campbell (4 points) and Sam Chase (5 points) also played well for the Hawks.
 1/3  Bow  Away  5:15  3:00  Won  Hopkinton 41, Bow 39 Down by 7 and having scored only 22 points after three quarters, the Hawks erupted for 19 in the fourth to finally put away a tough Bow team. Kolin LaPage had a monster 4th quarter with 6 big points and some key rebounds, while Nick Fleury led the way with 10 points overall. Some key minutes from Sam Chase and Cam Cyr were huge in the victory. The Hawks are now 5-1 on the season.
 1/6  Conant  Home  3:30    Lost   50-35  The Hawks fell to Conant 50-35 to drop to 5-2 on the season. Jacob Rockwood (8 points), Nick Fleury (9points) and Nick Meserve (7 points, 12 rebounds) led the way offensively for Hopkinton. Dave Nelson also had a strong overall game.
 1/11  Sunapee  Away  5:15  2:45  Won  The Hopkinton Boys Middle School Team defeated Sunapee 67-26. Every Hawk scored in the first half, and were led overall by Nick Meserve's 12 points, while both Josh Angell and Jacob Rockwood dropped in 8. Declan Campbell played well for the Hawks as well who are now 6-2 on the season.
 1/13  Newport  Home  7:00    Won  The Hopkinton Boys Middle School Basketball Team defeated Newport. Extra passing was the key for the Hawks, who racked up 18 assists on the game. Nick
Meserve (10 points) and Nick Fleury (9) led the way while both Dave Nelson (8 points) and Mitchell Mele (6) played well for the Hawks, who are now 8-6 on the
 1/17  Rundlett  Away  5:15  3:00



 The Hopkinton Middle School Boys Basketball team fell to Rundlett 49-33. Kolin LaPage was tough on the boards all evening, snagging a team high 9 rebounds to go along with his 6 points. Nick Fleury had 11 points and Nick Meserve added 8 for the Hawks, who fall to 6-3 on the season.
 1/23 Lebanon  Away  7:00pm    Lost    61-37  The Hawks fell to a tough Lebanon team 61-37. Henry Yianakopolos led the way for the Hawks with 11 points, while Jacob Rockwood added 8. Jacob Walling played well for the Hawks, who fall to 6-4 on the season. 
 1/25  Marrimack Valley  Home  5:00   Won  The Hopkinton Middle School Boys Basketball team improved to 7-4 with a win over Merrimack Valley. Kolin LaPage led all scorers with 14 points, while Josh
Angell added 7. Cam Cyr buried two three pointers and Henry Yianakopolos had 6 assists for the Hawks
 1/30  Conant Away  5:00  2:00  Lost The Hopkinton Middle School Boys Basketball team fell to Conant 54-31. Kolin LaPage led the Hawks with 14 points while Jacob Rockwood added 6. Sam Chase and
Jacob Walling played well for Hopkinton (7-5).
 2/3  Kearsage  Away  3:30  2:30 Lost  
 2/8  Winnisquam  Away  5:30  2:30 Lost  The Hopkinton Boys Middle School Basketball team fell to Winnisquam 46-31. The Hawks closed the gap to 7 in the second half but fell short. Nick Meserve (8
points) and Henry Yianakopolos (7 points) led the Hawks while Declan Campbell and Josh Angell played well. Hopkinton is now 8-7 on the season.
 2/15  Bow  Home  6:15   Won The Hopkinton Boys Middle School Boys Basketball team defeated Bow 39-34. Henry Yianakopolos (10 points) hit four key free throws in the 4th quarter to help Hopkinton extend their lead. Nick Meserve and Nick Fleury each added 9 for the Hawks, w hile Mitchell Mele took a key charge and Declan Campbell hit a big
shot. The Hawks are now 9-7 on the season.
2/21 Kearsarge Home 5:00   Won  The Hopkinton Middle School Boys Basketball team defeated a tough Kearsarge squad 42-35 in their last game of the season. As they did for much of the season, Nick Fleury (12 points), Nick Meserve (11 points ), and Kolin LaPage (7 points) led the balanced attack. Sam Chase provided a number of key rebounds
and tough defense, while Josh Angell was steady all over the court. The Hawks finish their season with a 10-7 record.

Sunapee Tournament  Kearsarge W

Pittsfield W

Andover W

Sunapee W

Kearsarge L



    Season Record 14-8  The Hopkinton Boys Middle School Basketball team took second place in a 5-team round-robin tournament in Sunapee . The Hawks headed into the championship game undefeated, hav ing beaten Kearsarge (19-16), Pittsfield (36-17), Andover (50 -12) and Sunapee (25-15). In the finals, however, the Hawks fell to Kearsarge 44-39. Over the course of the day, 9 Hopkinton players scored over 10 points,
with Jacob Rockwood leading the way with 28 total, followed by Nick Fleury (24) and Nick Meserve (21). Sam Chase and Jacob Walling also played particularly
well over the tournament .

Sunday, September 26
2010/2011 Middle School Schedule


FINAL 2010-2011 MS RECORD  14-11

Date  Place  Opponent  Time   Score Results 
 11/13  Bedford Nashua  

 Lost 45-30


The Hopkinton Middle School team opened up the new season with 45-30 loss to Nashua. The Hawks got off to a slow start in the 1st half but rallied in the 2nd    half and actually outscored Nashua in the final 16 minutes. Luke Luneau led the Hawks with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Riley McNicholas and Jamison Crouch helped the cause with 9 points.                      
 11/13  Bedford Merrimack  

Lost 51-27


Playing their 2nd game of the day, the Hawks fell to a strong Merrimack team 51-27. The Hawks struggled to rebound with the bigger Merrimack team, especially offensive rebounds. Jamison Crouch had 9 points and Kyle Lapage and Riley McNicholas each had 6. Kolin Lapage provided a huge emotional spark and finished with 5 points.
 11/14 Bedford Bedford  

 Lost 55-43


 After spotting Bedford a 36-14 half time lead, the Hawks battled back in the 2nd half behind the leadership of Nolan Quinn and closed the final margin to 12 points. Hopkinton rebounded much better (Luneau/9 and Kyle LaPage/8) than in previous games, but turnovers continued to plague the Hawks. Riley McNicholas and Luke Luneau each finished with 10 points and Cooper Cyr shot the ball well on his way to 7 points.
 11/16 Bedford  Windham  

 Lost 56-27


After playing their best basketball of the young season in the first 10 minutes of the game, the Hawks went flat and were overmatched by Hudson. Turnovers and an inability to rebound continue to be too much to overcome.  Jamison Crouch had 6 points and Evan O’Keeffe and Nick Merserve each had 4.

 12/1 Pembroke  3 Rivers School  4pm 

 Won 50-12


The Hopkinton MS team notched their 1 st win of the season with a complete team effort in Pembroke. The Hawks led 18-2 at the end of the 1 st quarter and 36-6 at the half. While 11 different players scored, the Hawks were led by Kyle LaPage and Justin Madore with 8 points each. Jamison Crouch added 6 points. The Hawks pulled down 52 rebounds for the game. Madore had 11 boards and had ample help from Nick Meserve and Luke Luneau with 7 and 6 rebounds.
 12/3 Newmarket  Newmarket  5pm 

 Won 49-21


The Hawks picked up their second win of the week with a convincing win at Newmarket. Once again, Hopkinton was able to open up a big 1st half lead (29-6). Kyle LaPage led the way with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Luke Greabe, Jamison Couch and Cooper Cyr  each had 6 points. Luke Luneau and Nick Meserve pulled down 8 and 5 rebounds. The Hawks tallied 20 steals for game and the defensive efforts were led by Nolan Quinn and Greabe.

 12/11 Winnisquam  Hopkinton  5:30pm 

 Won 51-46


Hopkinton  prevailed against a scrappy and determined Winnisquam team in the home opener for the Hawks. After opening up a 14-3 lead mid-way in the first quarter, the Hawks were in a tight battle for the remainder of the game. Leading the way was Riley McNicholas with 17 points, 5 steals, 4 assists and only 1 turnover. Kyle LaPage turned in another double/double with 12 rebounds and 10 points. Luke Luneau added 10 rebounds and 8 points. Jamison Crouch had 8 points as well. Evan O’Keeffe (5 rebounds, 2 for 2 from the line) and Nick Fleury (a timely 3 point fg and some great pressure defense)  also had a hand in the victory. 
 12/15  Merrimack Valley Merrimack Valley  4pm

 Lost 47-45


In a very exciting and entertaining game that came down to the very last second, the Hawks fell to MV in Penacook. Hopkinton scored 17 4th quarter points to rally back from an 11 point 3rd quarter deficit  only to come up a basket short. Once again, Kyle LaPage had a big game with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Luke Luneau and Riley McNicholas each had 11 points and Luneau pulled down 8  rebounds. All 13 Hawks played with a great of heart and passion and were great representatives of the Hopkinton basketball program.
 12/18 Hillsboro  Hopkinton  10:30a 

Won 68-38 


Hopkinton opened up a 41-15 half time lead on their way to their 4th win of the season. The Hawks received contributions from all 13 players (12 scored) in a game that saw good team defense, ball movement. and improved offensive execution in the half court. Evan O’Keeffe ( 7 points, 4 rebounds and 5 steals), Dave Nelson (6 points), Justin Madore (6 points, 2 for 2 from the line), and Kolin LaPage (5 points and some tough defense) all stepped up for the Hawks today. Luke Greabe with 10 points, 3 assists and 2 steals also had a big day.
 12/20 Newfound   Hopkinton 5:15pm 

 Won 60-36


Once again, Hopkinton was able to open up a sizable 1st half lead (34-10) and went on to pick up their 5th win of the season. Luke Greabe shot the ball well on his way to 12 points (2 for 2 from the 3 pt line). Kyle LaPage had another solid day scoring 9 points, pulling down 8 rebounds and recording 7 steals. Evan O’Keeffe and Luke Luneau had 7 point apiece  Kolin LaPage threw his weight around on his way to pulling down 8 rebounds.  

 1/4/11  BOW     BOW  5:15pm




After playing a great 1st half of basketball that ended with a 25-25 half time tie, the Hawks were unable to maintain their defensive and rebounding intensity in the 2nd half, which ultimately led to the Bow victory. In the first half the Hawks put on an impressive display of switching defenses, patient, well executed offense and great team play. Jamison Crouch with 12 points and great defense, and Cooper Cyr with 8 points were the statistical leaders but everyone on the team made significant contributions. Evan O'Keeffe played inspired basketball at both ends of the floor. 
 1/10/11  CONCORD  RUNDLETT  5:15PM 




The Hawks jumped out to an early commanding lead on their way to their 6th win of the season.   In a game that saw positive contributions from all 13 players, it was 7th graders Kolin LaPage (6 points, 6 rebounds and a charge taken) and Nick Meserve (10 rebounds) who stepped up in a big way today. Kyle LaPage and Jamison Crouch tallied 14 and 7 points. They were also 5 for 6 collectively from the free throw line.

 Won 56-12


Defense was the story of day as the Hawks played great team defense on their way to their 7th win of the season. They are now 7-2 over the past 9 games. The Hawks pulled down 37 rebounds, had 22 steals and limited the Mules to 4 fg's for the game. Luke Luneau, Cooper Cyr, and Nick Fleury all took a charge in the game. Kyle LaPage tallied 11 points in limited action and Nolan Quinn, Nick Meserve (6 rebounds)  and Jamison Crouch each scored 6. Riley McNicholas played well at both ends of the floor.The Hawks  only committed 10 turnovers for the game.



Once again, tenacious defense enabled the Hawks to break out to a 21-2 1st quarter lead which they then opened up to 34-4 lead at the half.  All 13 players had a role in the win, but Dave Nelson celebrated his recent birthday with a break out performance on the offensive end.  Nelson tallied 11 points on the day and had offensive help from Kyle LaPage (7 points). Nick Meserve continued his recent strong work on the boards hauling in 9 rebounds. Justin Madore and Evan O’Keeffe were also effective rebounders. Kolin LaPage and Nick Fleury contributed on the defensive end and Fleury was very effective at the point guard position.
 1/24 SUNAPEE  SUNAPEE   5:15pm

 WON 70-31



Jamison Crouch and Kyle LaPage each had 10 first half points to lead the Hawks to a 28-3 first quarter and a 50-14 half time lead. LaPage finished with 13 and had ample offensive support from Luke Luneau  and Riley McNicholas with 8 points each, Luke Greabe with 7 and Nolan Quinn and Nick Meserve with 6 points each. Meserve and Kyle LaPage controlled the boards with 7 and 6 rebounds. Cooper Cyr played a solid game at both ends of the floor, particularly the defensive end.

 1/26      MV        MV  5:15pm




 The Hawks 4 game winning streak came to an end today at MV. For the 2nd time this season,  the two teams put  on a great exhibition of very competitive MS basketball. Unfortunately for the Hawks, cold shooting from the foul line was the difference in the game. Jamison Crouch had another complete game and led Hopkinton with 13 points, 3 assists, 2 steals and 3  loose ball tie-ups on the floor. Kyle LaPage with 9 points, 10 rebounds and a charge taken, and Luke Luneau with 7 points and 10 rebounds helped  the cause. All 13 Hawks left everything they had on the floor. 

WON 59-27


The Hawks celebrated the 5th annual Middle School Night with a convincing win over the Cougars. Hopkinton was able to jump out to an early lead and employed a solid team effort to wrap up their 10 win of the season. Evan O’Keeffe with 10 rebounds and 5 points along with Riley McNicholas with 6 points, 7 assists and an inspired defensive effort provided an early spark for the Hawks. Luke Luneau (10 points, 8 steals, 4 rebounds), Jamison Crouch (10 points, 3 assists), Kolin LaPage (6 points, 2 for 2 from the line) and Cooper Cyr (6 points and great defense) also filled up the stat sheet. It was all around great effort by all 13 players on what was a wonderful evening of Middle School basketball
 1/31 SUNAPEE     SUNAPEE    5:15pm 

Won 58-30


The Hawks came out very sluggish and struggled the whole game to find any rhythm and their shooting touch but still prevailed over the Lakers. Luke Luneau (12 points, 12 rebounds and 6 steals) and Kyle LaPage ( 12 points,10 rebounds and 4 steals) used their size advantage to post double/doubles. Cooper Cyr pulled down 7 rebounds.
 2/8 Winnisquam  Winnisquam  5:15pm 

Won 42-26



Hopkinton turned in what may been their best, most complete performance of the year and in doing so, ended Winnisquam’ s 15 game winning streak. The main story of the game was the Hawk’s defensive effort which was led by Luke Greabe, Dave Nelson and Nolan Quinn. The Hawks executed well on the offensive end and had 12 assists  on their 20 field goals (1, 3 point fg). Luke Luneau (10 points, 12 rebounds, 4 assists and several blocks) filled the stat sheet. He had ample help from Kyle LaPage (7 points, 8 rebounds), Cooper Cyr (6 points),Jamison Crouch (8 points), Riley McNicholas (9 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists and 4 steals) and Evan O’Keeffe (6 rebounds). Nick Meserve, Nick Fleury and Justin Madore all played vey well and made significant contributions to the victory.




Lost 61-37

The Hopkinton Middle School season came to a close with 2 tough losses to 2 quality MS teams; Bow and Kearsarge. Despite the losses, the Hawks finished 14-11 for the season. The MS team enjoyed a very successful season and came a long way as a team and as individual basketball players over the past 4 months. Each and every player competed and played hard – together – and was a great representative of the Hopkinton Basketball Program. They played every game, win or lose, with a great deal of class and dignity. We are extremely proud of all 13 members of this great team.







WED 12/1 AWAY 3 RIVERS 5:15PM 4:00PM  
WED 12/15 AWAY MV 5:15PM 4:00PM  
MON 12/20 HOME NEWFOUND 3:30PM 4:45PM  
TUES 01/  04 AWAY BOW 4:00PM 5:15PM  
WED 01/12 AWAY NEWFOUND 4:00PM 5:15PM  
SAT-SUN 1/15-1/16 RockinghamAthletic Club Possible MSTournament     TBA
SAT 01/22 HOME 3 RIVERS 10:30AM NOON  
WED 1/26 HOME MV 3:30PM 4:45PM  

Monday, November 16



11/14/09  SAT Bedford Tourney   WINDAM

 LOST 30-40



The Hopkinton MS basketball  team opened the new season  with  a loss to Windham at the Bedford pre-season tournament. Frigid shooting was too much for the young Hawks to overcome. Liam McNicholas  led the way with 10 points and 9 rebounds. Andrew Thomson also had a big day with 9 points and 6 rebounds. Matt French pulled down 6 rebounds.
11/14/09  SAT  Bedford Tourney  NASHUA 

 LOST 38-50



Despite leading for the first 26 minutes of the game, the Hawks were unable to handle Nashua’s pressure in the closing  minutes and fell to Nashua. Forced to foul in the closing minutes, the Hawks  watched Nashua  go 7 for 8 from the line and increase a 4 point lead to the final 12 point differential.  The Hawks were led by Liam McNicholas, 8 points/4 rebounds, Andrew Thomson, 8 points/8 rebounds, Jake Nelson 8 points and Dalton Morris, 8 rebounds.
11/15/09 SUN Bedford Tourney  MERRIMACK 

 WON 51-48



Matt French drained a 3 point shot as time expired  to lead  the young Hawks to their first win of the season.  All  11 players got in the scoring column today, but Liam McNicholas had 16 points to go along with 5 rebounds and 7 steals. Andrew Thomson pulled down 12 rebounds and Brian Hauschild tallied 7 points.
11/17/09 TUE  Bedford Tourney  BEDFORD 





The young Hawks led from start to finish defeating Bedford. Andrew Thomson stepped up in a big way turning in a double/double – 17 points and 12 rebounds. He finished the game 7 for 9 from the line. Matt French continued to be a force on the boards pulling down 6 rebounds to go along with 6 points. Brian Hauschild (5 points, 3 steals, 3 assists and 3 rebounds) had a big game filling in at point guard and Doug Fleury turned in a great defensive effort.

11/18/09 WED   Rundlett  CONCORD





 Playing their 5th game in 5 days, an undermanned and tired Hawks team competed and battled for 32 hard minutes this afternoon against a quality Rundlett “A” MS team. In the end Rundlett’s full court pressure led to too many turnovers and easy transition baskets. Andrew Thomson once again led the Hawks with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Sam Winslow chipped in with 5 points and continues to improve at the defensive end. In a continuation of a trend that has been evident throughout the early season, 8 of the 9 Hawks got in the scoring column today.
12/02/09 WED  Pembroke  3 RIVER SCHOOL





 Behind solid contributions from all 11 players (10 scored), the young Hawks moved to 3 and 3 on the season with a convincing win over 3 Rivers.Andrew Thomson registered his 3rd double/double in a row with 16 points and 14 rebounds.  Gabe Nichols turned in his best game of the year with 10 points and 5 rebounds and Sam Winslow tallied 8 points. Liam McNicholas had 7 steals to go along with 19 points. Doug Fleury had a great game at the defensive end and took the team’s first charge of the season
12/12/09 SAT  HOME  NEWPORT 

 WON 60-38



The Hawks outrebound Newport 44-30 in route to a 60-38 win over Newport at Hopkinton.  Andrew Thomson had another 13 rebound afternoon to go along with 9 points.  Liam McNicholas turned in a strong all round game; 19 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals. Dalton Morris 8 reb, 6 pts, Jake Nelson 6 reb,  5 pts. Brian Hauschild 6 pts and Matt French 6 pts. all had a hand in the win.
12/16/09 WED  HOME  MV 

 WON    51-41



Liam McNicholas and Andrew Thomson led the team to a hard fought and well earned win over MV and move to 5-3 on the season.  McNicholas sank 3, 3pt fg’s on his way to a game high 16 points and Thomson added 12 points and 5 rebounds. Brian Hauschild had 7 points and 5 steals. Matt French and Dalton Morris were the leading rebounders with 7 each.  Wes Rose contributed solid defense drawing his first charge of the season


 WON 40-31



Tenacious team defense allowed the Hawks to overcome poor free shooting (1-14) and defeat Winnisquam to move to 6-3 on the season. Liam McNicholas recorded a double/double with 20 points and 10 rebounds. He also had 5 steals. Brian Hauschild contributed 6 points and 5 steals. The game marked the return of the injured Collin Paraskeva who provided a nice defensive and rebounding spark. 


 WON 54-19



All 10 players scored and were led by Andrew Clays 11 rebounds, 7 points and 4 steals; Wes Rose, 8 points, 3 steals; Liam McNicholas, 11 points, 4 rebounds and Doug Fleury 5 points, 5 rebounds and 3 steals. Matt French did a great job at point guard controlling the tempo of the game. 

 01/02/10  SAT  BOW


  WON     62-43



Liam McNicholas posted 19 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals.  Collin Paraskeva added 17 points; Andrew Thomson tallied 6 points and 7 rebounds. Brian Hauschild and Dalton Morris turned in great defensive efforts.  
01/03/10  SUN  BOW  MV






 All ten Hawks had at least 3 rebounds which helped the young Hawks to a 47-23 rebound margin and their 3rd win of the weekend. Leading the way today were Andrew Thomson with11 points and 8 rebounds; Brian Hauschild with11 points, 4 rebounds and 4 steals; and Doug Fleury with 8 points and 6 steals. The entire team continues to improve at the defensive end. Over the last 6 games the Hawks have allowed 34 points per game.
01/04/10  MON BOW  BOW 





An inability to make free throws (3-14) and too many missed layups and offensive put backs overshadowed a determined and inspired effort by the Hawks this afternoon in an exciting and tense game. The game was tied at the end of the first period and the Hawks trailed by one at the half. After falling behind by as many as 12 in the fourth quarter, Hopkinton battled back to close it to within 5 with 3 minutes remaining. Bow made their free throws at the end which resulted in the final margin. Once again, the young Hawks were led by Andrew Thomson who pulled down 18 rebounds to go along with 11 points and 4 steals. Liam McNicholas added 11 points and 7 rebounds while Doug Fleury tallied 6 points and played well at the defensive end. 





 The Hawks opened up a 17-2 1st quarter lead on their way to their 10th win of the season. While all 12 players had a hand in the win, the young Hawks were led by Collin Paraskeva's 14 points and 7 rebounds. Jake Nelson and Sam Winslow each tallied 7 points and Wes Rose had 5. Liam McNicholas had 5 rebounds,  5 steals and 5 assists.





 The MS Hawks started strong today opening a 23-11 first quarter lead and led 39-18 at the half. For the game, the Hawks had 20 steals which led to many transition baskets. Collin Paraskeva tallied 17 points to go along with 7 rebounds and 6 steals. Liam McNicholas had 14 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals and several assists. Jake Nelson had a strong game with 6 rebounds and 6 points. Dalton Morris played great defense to go along with 6 points.

01/16/10 01/17/10


Rockingham Athletic Club Holiday Tournament.









Hopkinton MS went 0-3  this weekend against Reading, Ma.,  a Derry/Chester NH  AAU team  and Timberlane, NH. The tournament proved to be a great learning experience for the Hawks as the level of competition far exceeded anything any Hopkinton  MS team  has faced over the past several years.  All three games followed the same pattern as the Hawks competed and were in all 3 games at halftime. However, the second halves were a different story as the size, speed and experience of all 3 opponents was too much to overcome. All eleven players distinguished themselves by competing and playing harder than they ever have. They were great  representatives of the Hopkinton Basketball program and this experience will serve them well in their future basketball careers. The Hawks are now 11-7 for the season as they prepare to travel to Newport on Wednesday.







The Hawks went 6 for 6from the free throw line and needed everyone of them as they held off a hot shooting Newport team.  Leading the way today was Collin Paraskeva with 13 points and 4 rebounds and Dalton Morris with 7 points and 6 rebounds. Brian Hauschild tallied 8 points to go along with 4 steals. Liam McNicholas filled up the stat sheet with 6 points, 5 rebounds, 7 assists, 4 steals and only 3 turnovers.






 After opening up a 17-6 1st quarter lead, the Hawks managed to hold off 3 Rivers and earn the win. All 11 players had the opportunity to contribute today, and did. Collin Paraskeva  had 12 1st quarter points on his way to 20 points for the game.  Liam McNicholas tallied 9 points and Wes Rose continued his strong play with 7 points. Dalton Morris pulled down 8 rebounds while Paraskeva and Sam Winslow had 5 each.  Brian Hauschild had 5 steals and 4 assists as well as a couple of strong athletic drives to the basket.
01/27/10  WED  MV  MV 



Record 14-7

After  spotting MV an 18-4 1st quarter lead, the Hawks roared back in the 2nd period to take a 30-28 half time lead, a lead they would not give up on their way to a hard fought win. Liam McNicholas sparked the 2nd quarter rally with 15 points  in the period (including 3, 3pt fg’s) and he finished with 30 points, 5 steals and 4 rebounds.  Brian Hauschild tallied 9 points to go along with 5 steals and 4 rebounds. Matt French  had 7 points including 2 for 2 from the line in the closing minute to seal the win. Jake Nelson also went 2 for 2 in the final minutes to help with the win. Dalton Morris and Collin Paraskeva pulled down 10 and 9 rebounds.





In a very entertaining, competitive and fast paced game between 2 talented and athletic MS teams, the Hawks fell to Kearsarge on Middle School Night.  The Hawks ran into a hot shooting Kearsarge team that shot 44% from the field for the game. Hopkinton was lead by Collin Paraskeva who tallied 19 points and pulled down 17 rebounds. Liam McNicholas  also had 19 points to go along with 10 rebounds and 5 assists. Sam Winslow provided a huge spark in the first half  by making 3, 3 pt fg’s  in a span of 2 minutes.  The Hawks have a rematch with the Cougars next Friday.
 02/13/10  SAT  Lake Region Tourney


 02/16/10   TUE  HOME



Friday, October 17
 Date Day  Place  Opponent   Time  Game Notes:                                  
 11/17  Mon  Away  Weare  4:00pm WON 74-44  (1-0)

The Hopkinton Boys Middle School basketball team opened up a 21-6 first quarter lead on their way to a 74-44 opening day win at Weare. While all 11 players scored at least 3 points,  the young Hawks were led by Liam McNicholas’ 17 points (13 in the first half) and Mike Auger’s 11.Mike Auger and Collin Paraskeva helped Hopkinton outrebound Weare 44-30 with 12 and 11 rebounds respectively. Tenacious perimeter defensive efforts were turned in by Brian Hauschild and Matt French.

11/22  Sat Home  St. Joe's Manchester   Noon WON 49-25 (2-0)

A tenacious, ball-hawking defensive effort held St. Josephs Middle School to 6 first half points and allowed the Hopkinton MS boys basketball team to move to 2-0 with a 49-25 win in Hopkinton this afternoon. The Hawks capitalized on many steals and forced turnovers by turning them into easy fast break transition baskets. Among the many players who turned in great defensive efforts, Brian Hauschild  stood out in particular with many steals and ball pressure defense. The offense was led by Collin Paraskeva’ s 10 points and Liam McNicholas’ 9. Andrew Thomson had a huge day on the boards pulling down 12 rebounds. Steven Auger added 8 rebounds.

 12/01  Mon  Away  Rundlett  5:15pm

Hopkinton 68- 37 (3-0)                             The Hopkinton MS boys raced out to a 43-14 half time lead and went on to win 68-37.  Michael Auger played a huge part in the Hawks success with a double/double (20 points and 10 rebounds). Liam McNicholas  knocked down 12 points and Colin O’Keeffe scored 8 points all in the second quarter. Andrew Thomson play inspired defense stopping many Rundlett shots and drives in the paint. He also had another big rebounding day pulling down 13 boards. The  play of the game was turned in by Brian Hauschild. With 3 seconds left in the first half he intercepted a Rundlett inbound pass and made a 3 point shot from just past the half court line as time expired.

 12/03  Wed  Away  3 River School  5:15pm

Hopkinton 54 - 25 (4-0)

The Hopkinton MS team rode the big shoulders of Mike Auger (25 points/15 rebounds) on their way to a 54-25 win at 3 Rivers School.  Collin Paraskeva also had a double/double with 11 rebounds and 11 points. Andrew Thompson pulled down another 11 rebounds and had a number of assists. Jake Nelson and Dalton Morris helped lead a solid team defensive effort that saw Hopkinton limit 3 Rivers to 8 field goals for the game and 10 points after 3 quarters.
 12/06  Sat   Home  Winnisquam   Noon  Hopkinton 63 – 38  (5-0)                            Once again,  the Hopkinton MS team employed their trademark man to man defense and transition offense to open up a 20-4, 1st quarter lead and  a 37- 10 halftime lead. The young Hawks went on to win 63-38 and improve to 5-0 on the season. Every player contributed to the successful day with 10 players getting in the scoring column. Collin Paraskeva, Liam McNicholas and Matt French  were the leading scorers with 15,11 and 10 points. Paraskeva also pulled down 9 rebounds with help from Steve Auger and Jake Nelson with 5 rebounds each. Free throw shooting was a huge part of the day as Hopkinton made their first 8 free throws and finished the day shooting 14 for 21.
 12/13  Sat  Home  Newport  5:15pm  Postponed
 12/17  Wed   Home MV  4:00pm   Hopkinton 62- 53 (6-0)                                                 After opening up a 15-4 first quarter lead, the MS boys held off a strong 2nd half effort by Merrimack Valley to win 62-53 and move to 6-0 on the season. Mike Auger’s 4th double/double of the season (26 points, 11 rebounds) led the young Hawks offensively. He also had close to 10 blocked shots on the day. Liam McNicholas had a very strong day at both ends of the floor and tallied 14 points along with many timely assists. Steve Auger had 10 points and 9 rebounds. Colin O’Keeffe and Collin Paraskeva pulled down 7 rebounds each. The defensive effort of the day was turned in by Ben Thesing who did an outstanding job defending MV’s very talented point guard.


 Away Concord B&G  6:00pm

Hopkinton 25 – Concord B&G 45  ( 6-1)

 The Hopkinton Boys MS team suffered their first loss of the season this evening. Cold shooting and too many turnovers were too much to overcome against a quality opponent. Hopkinton was also out rebounded for the first time this season.  One of the few bright spots for the young Hawks was the return of Ben Olimpio.  The Hawks need to regroup  quickly at they return to action this Monday at Bow.

 01/05  Mon  Away   Bow   5:15pm 

Hopkinton 50 – Bow  54  (6-2)

In an entertaining back and forth game with several lead changes, the Hopkinton MS boys came up short this afternoon in their game at Bow. The difference in the game was when the Hawks were forced to foul in last 2 minutes of  the game, Bow went 5 for 6 from the line. The Hawks had closed a 10 point deficit with less than 4 minutes remaining  to 2 points  with seconds remaining. Steven Auger led the offensive efforts with 17 points. Collin Paraskeva posted another double/double with 13 rebounds and 10 points. Liam McNicholas added 10 points and Colin O’Keeffe pulled down 8 rebounds.
 01/10 Sat   Home  Bedford  Noon   Hopkinton  43 – Bedford 58  (6-3)

The Hopkinton MS team competed and battled for 32 hard minutes today against a very strong Bedford team but in the end came up short 58-43 and fell to 6 and 3 on the season. A difficult  second period was the Hawks demise as they were outscored 26- 8  in the period.  The young Hawks outrebounded Bedford but too many turnovers which led to easy baskets was too much to overcome.

 01/13  Tue   Away   Newfound   5:15pm

Hopkinton 48  - Newfound 51 (6-4)

 A courageous and gutty effort by everyone was not enough to overcome too many defensive lapses and turnovers under Newfound’s basket and the young Hawks fell to Newfound today, 48-51. 10 different players scored today, but Hopkinton was led by Liam McNicholas with 20 points to go along with his 6 rebounds and 4 steals. Collin Paraskeva and Steve Auger were the leading rebounders with 9 and 8 boards

 01/17  Sat  Home   Newmarket  Noon 

Hopkinton 59  - Newmarket  28   (7-4)

The young Hawks got back on track today with a convincing 59-28 win over the Mules from Newmarket. Hopkinton shared the ball well today resulting in all 12 players getting in the scoring column for the first time this year. The Hawks had a convincing rebound advantage, limiting Newmarket to 5 offensive rebounds. Andrew Thomson, Jake Nelson, Matt French and Dalton Morris had particularly strong efforts on the defensive end.

 01/21 Wed   Away   Newport  5:15pm   Hopkinton  50  - Newport 31  (8-4)

 The Hopkinton Middle School basketball team turned up the defensive pressure in the second half holding Newport to 10 points after the break. This allowed the Hawks to convert some easy baskets and erase a 21-19 halftime deficit. 10 Hawks scored today and the offensive effort was lead by Steven Auger’s 15 points. Collin Paraskeva added 9 points. Auger, Colin O’Keeffe and Andrew Thomson helped dominate the boards with 7, 6 and 6 rebounds respectively.

 01/23  Fri   Home  Weare   7:30pm

Hopkinton 32 – Weare 53 (8-5)

 Cold shooting and a dominating performance by Weare’s  6’5” post player were too much to overcome on Middle School night as the Hawks fell to 8-5 on the season.  Hopkinton was held to 10 field goals (2 – point baskets)  and shot 9-28 from the free throw line. Steven Auger led the Hawks with 12 points and 8 rebounds
 01/24  Sat   Home   3 Rivers   10:30am

Hopkinton 73  - Pembroke 3 Rivers 51  (9-5)

Hopkinton  bounced back early this morning with a hard fought game against a determined and much improved 3 Rivers team. While it took a little while for the young Hawks to find their rhythm, and legs, from their late game Friday night, they pulled away in the second half outscoring Pembroke 43-24 after the break. Liam McNicholas went 6 for 6 from the line on his way to a game high 15 points. The Hawks received a huge offensive effort from Dalton Morris who scored a season high 10 points. Steven Auger had 8 rebounds with Ben Olimpio and Colin O’Keeffe each pulling down 7 boards.

 01/27  Tue   Away   MV   4:00pm

Hopkinton 64 – Merrimack Valley MS 66  - OT  (9-6)

MVMS put back an offensive rebound with 2 seconds left in overtime to defeat the young Hawks this afternoon.. Liam McNicholas led the Hawks today with 31 points, 8 steals, several blocked shots and numerous assists. He had ample support from the whole team (9 of 10 scored) with Collin Paraskeva and Ben Olimpio scoring 12 and 7 points. Olimpio and Paraskeva were the leading rebounders with 11 and 9 boards.

 01/30  Fri  Away   Kearsarge  5:15pm 

Hopkinton 33 – Kearsarge  52  (9-7)

After opening up a 12-8 first quarter lead, Hopkinton struggled to find their shooting touch, and legs, for the rest of the game. Liam McNicholas made 4, 3 point shots on his way to a game high 18 points. Colin O’Keeffe added 7 points and 6 rebounds. Collin Paraskeva pulled down 12 boards and Ben Olimpio had 6.

 02/02  Mon   Home  Newfound  5:15pm

Hopkinton 44 – Newfound 38  (10-7)

Clutch free throw shooting from Liam McNicholas (4 for4) and Collin Paraskeva (2 for 2) in the closing minutes allowed the young Hawks to hold off Newfound this afternoon. McNicholas ended the game with 14 points with Paraskeva scoring 12 (6 for 8 from the line for the game). Ben Olimpio had another big rebounding day with 8 boards to go along with 6 points. Hopkinton received valuable defensive contributions from Matt French and Jake Nelson.
 02/06  Fri   Home   Kearsarge  4:00pm 

Hopkinton 40 – Kearsarge 59  (10-8)

For the 2nd time in a week, the young Hawks fell to a strong, experienced Kearsarge team. Trailing 32-15 at the half, Hopkinton closed the gap to 10 points with a couple of minutes remaining in the game only to see Kearsarge score several baskets at the end off of Hopkinton turnovers. Colin O’Keeffe continued his hot shooting draining 2, 3 pointers on his way to 10 points. Liam McNicholas tallied 15 points (3, 3 point fg’s) and pulled down 5 rebounds. Collin Paraskeva led the Hawks with 7 rebounds.
 02/10  Tue   Away  Winnisquam  5:15pm  Hopkinton 44  - Winnisquam 38  (11-8)  

After opening up a 15 point lead in the 4th quarter, the young Hawks had to hold off a late Winnisquam rally to secure the win this afternoon. 9 of the 10 Hawks scored today, but Liam McNicholas led the way with 22 points (4, 3 pt fg’s). Matt French and Brain Hauschild also tallied important 3 pointers today. Colin O’Keeffe pulled down 6 rebounds with help from Ben Olimpio and Collin Paraskeva with 5 each.

 02/12  Thur   Away   Newmarket  4:30pm

Hopkinton 52  - Newmarket  61  (11-9)           Newmarket went 12 for 12 from the free throw line in the 4th quarter (and was 17-21 for the game) to hold off any Hopkinton rally today.   The young Hawks actually led by 2 mid-way through the 4th period. Liam McNicholas and Collin Paraskeva turned in great performances today scoring 19 and 18 points. Paraskeva and Andrew Thomson (6 points) each had 5 rebounds.

 02/17  Tue   Home   Bow  4:00pm  Hopkinton 45 – Bow 60  (11-10)

The Hopkinton MS team closed out its season this afternoon with 60-45 loss to Bow. As they have done all season long, the young Hawks competed hard for 32 minutes today and were great representatives of the Hopkinton Basketball Program. Collin Paraskeva had another strong outing scoring 10 points and pulling down 15 rebounds. Liam McNicholas tallied 15 points while Ben Olimpio and Andrew Thomson had 6 and 5 rebounds.

           Great Season, Long way from Siena and the Albany team...Congratulations Coach Chase

Wednesday, February 6
Date  Opponent  Location  Result  Roundup 
 12/05/07 3 River School   Away Won 35-28  
 12/08/07 Winnisquam   Home  Won 54-14   
 12/15/07 Newport   Home  Won 66-33   
 12/18/07 MVMS   Home  Lost 41-37   
 01/04/08 Bow   Away Lost 32-29   
 01/10/08 Winnisquam   Away  Won 54-17   
 01/12/08 Sunapee   Home  Won 48-19   
 01/16/08 Bow   Home  Won 36-34   
 01/19/08 Newmarket   Home   Won 42-36   
 01/22/08 Newport   Away  Won 58-29   
 01/26/08 3 River School   Home Won 68-26   
 01/29/08 MVMS   Away  Won 45-40   
 02/07/08 Newmarket  Away   Postponed  Cancelled
 02/08/08 Kearsarge   Away  Won 34-30  The Hopkinton Middle School Boys Basketball team improved to 11-2 on the season with a 34-30 win at Kearsarge this afternoon. Hopkinton was led by Jay White (12 points and 5 rebounds) and Frankie Beane (11 points and 7 rebounds). Michael Auger helped the Hawks win the battle on the boards by pulling down 8 rebounds. Jon Conley played a very solid game dishing out several assists and playing a strong defensive game
 02/09/08 Hillsboro   Home  Won 53-23  The Hopkinton Middle School Boys improved to 12-2 with a 53-23 win over Hillsboro on Middle School Night. Michael Auger’s 11 points and 11 rebounds led the way for the Hawks who received contributions from the entire team.  Ben Olimpio returned to the lineup scoring a season best 8 points to go along with 6 rebounds. Frankie Beane pulled down 9 rebounds and Colin O’Keeffe turned in a very impressive defensive effort.
 02/14/08 Indian River   Away  Loss 50-41  The Hopkinton Middle School Boys basketball team fell to Indian River this afternoon 50-41 ending their 9 game winning streak. Hopkinton was led by Nate Greabe’s 14 points (4- 3 pointers), Jay White with 8 points and 5 rebounds, and Frankie Beane with 7 points and 6 rebounds. Michael Auger had a huge game on the boards pulling down 14 rebounds. Hopkinton now gets ready for its final game of the season on February 21st at home vs. Kearsarge.
 02/21/08  Kearsarge  Home  Lost 55-30  The Hopkinton Middle School boys basketball season came to a close today with a 55-30 loss to an inspired Kearsarge team. With the loss Hopkinton split the season series with Kearsarge and finished with an overall 12-4 record.  Leading the way today were Frankie Beane with 9 points and 5 rebounds, Jay White with 8 points and 5 rebounds and Michael Auger with 7 rebounds.

Monday, October 2
2006 - 2007 Middle School Boys Basketball Schedule

Click Middle School team finishes 10-5. Congratulations on a great first season. Good luck in the Newfound Tourney.
12/6/06 Wed. 4:30pm Away Three Rivers School Pembroke LOST
12/9/06 Sat. Noon Home Winnisquam Hopkinton High School WIN
12/12/06 Tues. 5:00pm Away Sunapee Sunapee High School WIN
12/16/06 Sat. 4:00pm Home Newport Hopkinton High School WIN 52-27
01/03/07 Wed. 3:45pm Home Andover Hopkinton High School WIN 57-29
01/05/07 Fri. 5:00pm Away Bow Bow Middle School LOST 50-26
01/09/07 Tue. 4:00pm Away Kearsarge "A" Kearsarge Middle SchoolLOST 50-39
01/13/07 Sat. Noon Home Sunapee Hopkinton High School WIN 43-19
01/17/07 Wed. 4:30pm Away Newport Newport High School Win 52-37
01/19/07 Fri. 7:30pm Home Hillsboro Hopkinton High School Win 41-33
01/24/07 Wed. 5:00pm Away Winnisquam Winnisquam Middle SchoolLost 50-43
01/27/07 Sat. Noon Home 3 Rivers School Hopkinton High School Lost 42-32
02/02/07 Fri. 4:00pm Home Kearsarge "B" Hopkinton High School Won 43-14
02/07/07 Wed 4:00pm Away Kearsarge "B" Kearsarge Middle School      Won
02/09/07 Fri. 3:30pm Home Kearsarge "A" Hopkinton High School       Lost
02/13/07 Tue. 4:00pm Away Andover Andover Elementary School         Won

Date: Feb. 17th  8:30am Hopkinton vs Laconia
       Feb. 17th  If Hopkinton wins they will play Winnisquam 
at 2:30pm, If they lose the first game they
will play at 5:30pm vs Belmont or Franklin.

Wednesday, February 14
Congratulations to the Middle School Team on a great first season
The Young Hawks finished the regular season 10-9.
The season came to an end with a tough 40-39 loss
to the Mules of Newmarket. Congrats and remember
basketball players are made during the summer.
We hope to see all of you around the gym all summer.
Coach Chase