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Spring All-Scholastics: Honoring the area’s best

Kenlee Presume, right, led Cambridge to a track championship this season, along with Jordan Poindexter, Sydney Fisher, and Brianna Duncan, left to right.

Essdras M Suarez/ Globe Staff

Kenlee Presume, right, led Cambridge to a track championship this season, along with Jordan Poindexter, Sydney Fisher, and Brianna Duncan, left to right.

Birds of a feather flock together. For proof we offer our Spring All-Scholastics.

State champion and Cambridge Falcon Brianna Duncan soared this spring, jumping more than 18 feet. So what better way to celebrate a warm summer day and the end of the school year than a ride on one of the most unique carousels in the country, the Greenway Carousel in Boston, complete with a really cool-looking Falcon.

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And who can blame Duncan for bringing along a few teammates from the 2014 Division 1 track champions. That’s Kenlee Presume, Jordan Poindexter, and Sydney Fisher alongside Duncan.

But the spring wasn’t just for Falcons. There were Sharks from Monomoy and Green Dragons from Duxbury, all earning All-Scholastic honors.

Examine all of the All-Scholastic spring teams on their pages below:

Baseball

Softball

Boys’ track

Girls’ track

Boys’ lacrosse

Girls’ lacrosse

Boys’ tennis

Girls’ tennis

Boys’ volleyball

Girls’ golf

Preps

Phelps Scholar Athletes

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Full Spring 2014 All-Scholastics section

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