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    Spring All-Scholastics: Honoring the area’s best

    Donny May of Coyle & Cassidy baseball, John Sexton of Lincoln-Sudbury lacrosse, and King Philip softball player Tori Constantin join in with the Samurai Exhibit at the MFA.
    Essdras M Suarez/ Globe Staff
    Donny May of Coyle & Cassidy baseball, John Sexton of Lincoln-Sudbury lacrosse, and King Philip softball player Tori Constantin join in with the Samurai Exhibit at the MFA.

    Warriors come in all sizes and shapes. For proof, we offer our Spring All-Scholastics. When the Museum of Fine Arts opened its exhibit of Samurai warriors in April, it seemed natural to bring past and present together for a photo op.

    Samurai warrior, meet Lincoln-Sudbury Warrior. Our Warriors, with their weapons of choice, are (left to right) Donny May of Coyle & Cassidy baseball, John Sexton of Lincoln-Sudbury lacrosse, and King Philip softball player Tori Constantin.

    And the spring wasn’t just about Warriors. There were Eagles at BC High, Dragons at Duxbury, all earning All-Scholastic honors.

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    Examine all of the Boston Globe’s All-Scholastic winter teams on their pages below:

    Boys’ lacrosse

    Girls’ lacrosse

    Baseball

    Softball

    Boys’ track

    Girls’ track

    Boys’ tennis

    Girls’ tennis

    Volleyball

    Golf

    Phelps Scholar-Athletes

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    About the photo: The exhibition “Samurai! Armor from the Ann and Gabriel BarbierMueller Collection” is on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, through Aug. 4. Making its US debut in Boston, the exhibition features helmets, suits of armor, three life-size horses clad in armor, and the accoutrements of warfare used by the Samurai of 12th- through 19th-century Japan. The museum is located at 465 Huntington Avenue, and is open seven daysaweek. For more information, visit MFA.org or call 617-267-9300.