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IRVING, Texas — From a pool of 3,500 scholar-athletes, the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF) announced recently the 81 members of its 2019 NFF Team of Distinction. Among the 81 was standout tight end Renwick Smith from St. Johnsbury Academy.

Three teams are in championship games today, bringing to an end the year in high school sports. I wish the best of luck to all of them, especially the two local baseball teams as they seek to repeat as champions. White Mountains Regional plays Hopkinton for the D-III baseball championship at 1 p.m. at the Manchester home field of the Double A N.H. Fisher Cats. Later on, the Danville Indians, fresh off today’s graduation, seeks to retain its D-IV title at Centennial Field in Burlington. Both come in as lower seeds, but that won’t amount to much.

It’s not just on the basketball court that Alex Carlisle can score points. The Record’s reigning Boys Basketball Player of the Year has showed that plenty of times before in track and field, and did so again in winning the triple jump for the second year in a row at Saturday’s Division I state championship at Burlington High School.