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LYNDONVILLE — The stars were out in full force Wednesday night as The Caledonian-Record put on its fifth annual NNEKY High School Sports Awards show at Northern Vermont University.

It may be slower than usual in the sports department, but all that will change Wednesday, when the Cal-Rec hosts the fifth annual NNEKY sports awards at its usual NVU-Lyndon location.

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LYNDON CENTER — The playoff success of the Boston Celtics last year disrupted the Caledonian-Record’s guest speaker plan for the annual Northern New Hampshire & Northeast Kingdom Yearly High School Sports Awards banquet.

Tennis and frisbee are two favorite sports in this corner. Going into the home stretch of spring high school season, it seems a good time to catch up with our local teams. In New Hampshire, Littleton and Profile had very good boys tennis seasons. The Littleton Crusaders wrapped up their regular season on May 16, and take a 10-4 record into the Division III tournament. The Profile Patriots wrapped up the next day, ending at 10-3. White Mountains Regional took a 4-8 mark into its finale yesterday at Prospect Mtn.