Hudson High School celebrated school spirit and winter athletics during a pep rally on Friday. Friday’s rally featured performances by a faculty choir, the jazz ensemble, and the cheer team. The rally concluded with lip-sync performances by members of the hockey and basketball teams.
It took a rare overtime period to settle it, but in the end, the girls basketball team remained undefeated with a 49-40 victory over Littleton.
The win improved Hudson’s record to 4-0, punctuating one of the team’s best starts to any recent season.
Hudson only secured that win, however, after coming back. They trailed 24-20 at halftime and, later, 32-30 after the third quarter. They did not tie the game until the final minutes of the fourth quarter, entering overtime knotted 38-38. Once in overtime, the Hawks scored early and then padded their lead with a series of free throws.
With the win, the Hawks turned their attention to Tantasqua, whom they hosted on Thursday.
On December 16 and 17, the Metrowest Ballet and Symphony Pro Musica came together to put on their second annual performance of the Nutcracker Ballet. The company included dancers and actors of all ages and special guest artists Anaïs Chalendard and Sabi Varga from the Boston Ballet.
Hudson High School hosted a shadow dinner and community rally after school on November 22 for the football, cheerleading, youth football, youth cheerleading, and dance teams. Check out our photos of the event below.