Nassau County Badminton Championships

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The Nassau County varsity boys' badminton individual championships were held on Friday at Bellmore JFK High School.

Bellmore JFK High School's Jesse Richheimer makes a
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Bellmore JFK High School's Jesse Richheimer makes a return hit during the Nassau County varsity boys' badminton first singles semifinals at Bellmore JFK High School. (Oct. 26, 2012)

Bellmore JFK High School senior Richie Luxmore, left,
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Bellmore JFK High School senior Richie Luxmore, left, makes a return hit during the Nassau County varsity boys' badminton individual championships at Bellmore JFK High School. He and teammate Blake Gutterman finished in second place behind Long Beach's David Fuchs and Justin Barry in first doubles. (Oct. 26, 2012)

Jericho High School senior Matt George serves during
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Jericho High School senior Matt George serves during the Nassau County varsity boys' badminton individual championships at Bellmore JFK High School. He finished in second place behind Great Neck North's Anson Cheung in first singles. (Oct. 26, 2012)

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Bellmore JFK High School senior Blake Gutterman makes
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Bellmore JFK High School senior Blake Gutterman makes a return hit during the Nassau County varsity boys' badminton individual championships at Bellmore JFK High School. He and teammate Richie Luxmore finished in second place behind Long Beach's David Fuchs and Justin Barry in first doubles. (Oct. 26, 2012)

Great Neck North High School freshman Anson Cheung
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Great Neck North High School freshman Anson Cheung makes a return hit during the Nassau County varsity boys' badminton individual championships at Bellmore JFK High School. He defeated Matt George of Jericho in the first singles final 21-17, 21-18 to win the county crown. (Oct. 26, 2012)

Great Neck North High School freshman Anson Cheung
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Great Neck North High School freshman Anson Cheung makes a return hit during the Nassau County varsity boys' badminton individual championships at Bellmore JFK High School. He defeated Matt George of Jericho in the first singles final 21-17, 21-18 to win the county crown. (Oct. 26, 2012)

Long Beach High School senior David Fuchs serves
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Long Beach High School senior David Fuchs serves during the Nassau County varsity boys' badminton individual championships at Bellmore JFK High School. He and teammate Justin Barry defeated Bellmore JFK's Blake Gutterman and Richie Luxmore in the first doubles final 21-12, 17-21, 21-17 to claim the county crown. (Oct. 26, 2012)

Long Beach High School sophomore Justin Barry makes
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Long Beach High School sophomore Justin Barry makes a return hit during the Nassau County varsity boys' badminton individual championships at Bellmore JFK High School. He and teammate David Fuchs defeated Bellmore JFK's Blake Gutterman and Richie Luxmore in the first doubles final 21-12, 17-21, 21-17 to claim the county crown. (Oct. 26, 2012)

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Long Beach High School teammates Justin Barry, left,
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Long Beach High School teammates Justin Barry, left, and David Fuchs react after winning the Nassau County varsity boys' badminton first doubles championship at Bellmore JFK High School. They bested Bellmore JFK's Blake Gutterman and Richie Luxmore 21-12, 17-21, 21-17 to claim the county crown. (Oct. 26, 2012)

Great Neck North High School freshman Anson Cheung
(Credit: James Escher )

Great Neck North High School freshman Anson Cheung makes a serve during the Nassau County varsity boys' badminton individual championships at Bellmore JFK High School. He defeated Matt George of Jericho in the first singles final 21-17, 21-18 to win the county crown. (Oct. 26, 2012)

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