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The Sacred Heart Alumni Association (SHAA) recently awarded three scholarships to local students entering college this fall: from left, Madeleine Roy, secretary of SHAA, presents the awards to recipients, Riann Fortin of Derby, and Bryce Gunn of Derby Line. Riann has entered Northern Vermont University at Lyndon and is majoring in Elementary Education. Bryce is a freshman at Norwich University in Northfield studying Civil Engineering. The Association’s third awardee is Ernest Lillicrap of Lowell, who is attending Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y. Riann and Bryce graduated from North Country Union High School, and Ernest from United Christian Academy this past June. (Courtesy photo)

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As always, selecting The Record’s 10th annual Dream Dozen All-Area Boys Baseball Team was challenging and subjective. With just 12 roster spots available, exclusivity is a key feature of our all-star squad. The dozen is the culmination of spirited debate and careful consideration.

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From left: North Country athletics director Phil Joyal, varsity boys basketball coach John Gunn, players Riann Fortin, Bryce Gunn, Corbin Brueck, McKenna Marsh and girls varsity hoops coach Sarah Roy stand with the 2019-20 Mona Garone Outstanding Sportsmanship Award. Glenn Sjoblom, International Association Of Approved Basketball Officials President and Dan Shepardson, IAABO Rules Interpreter, made the trip to Newport on Wednesday to formally present the Falcon basketball programs the Official Mona Garone Award. Posted on the NCU Falcons Instagram account, the school wrote: “On behalf of our players, coaches, school, and community we proudly accepted this special award, We would like to thank the Vermont Basketball Officials (IAABO 105) for this tremendous honor.”