February 15, 2017

posted Feb 15, 2017, 6:21 AM by Maryann Schofield


The library will continued to be CLOSED for all lunches this week due to the fact that students have not been cleaning up after themselves leaving the librarians to take care of it.


There will a girls’ tennis meeting after school TODAY in the back of the cafeteria for anyone interest in playing.  If you have any questions, please contact Harriet Koblenzer or Haley Hanstad.


This is the last week for the fleece drive so please donate gently used and new fleece blankets in the boxes located outside of the café and gym.  Thank you.



Holliston improved to 13-4 in there win against DS last night 76-60. Spencer Aronson led the way with 27 points. Dylan Kasarjian also had 15. And both Mike Alibrandi and Ryan Benco added 11 points in the win.

"Come support Boys Basketball at Medway Friday night at 6:30pmFriday night will determine first place in the league!"


Junior Grace Dzindolet scored 18 points, grabbed eight boards and dished four assists for visiting Holliston in a Tri-Valley League win over Dover-Sherborn. 

Sophomore Brooke Geoffroy scored 14 points and had 11 rebounds, junior captain Tess Powers had 10 points and eight boards and sophomore Eliza Altobelli had 10 rebounds off the bench.

The Raiders led 29-25 at halftime, but the Panthers outscored them 30-6 in the second half.


There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in playing Ultimate Frisbee this spring TODAY at 2:30p.m. in the cafeteria.  If you cannot make the meeting but are interested in playing then please speak with one of the captains: James Crews, Peter Georgakopoulus, or Kyle McDevitt.

Cereal Drive to Support the Pine Street Inn

Please help support the Pine Street Inn. Before school on Friday we will be collecting cereal for the Pine Street Inn. So bring in a box of cereal and get a bowl of cereal in return. Thanks for your support Megan Burke. 


The performance of the Theatre 370’s student directed One Acts will be this Friday at 7:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium.  The production consists of 5 short one act plays directed by 5 different students here at Holliston high School.  Themes range from murder to comedy to classics, so there’s a show for everyone!  Tickets will be $5 at the door.  See you there.