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LAURA BARGER LI Fencer of the Year Ward (Credit: Newsday / Jessica Rotkiewicz)

LAURA BARGER
LI Fencer of the Year
Ward Melville, Sabre, Sr.
Barger went 25-0 and finished her Ward Melville career with a 78-17 record. She is a three time county finalist and was part of the gold medal winning team at the Huntington Relay this season. She will attend the University of Pennsylvania.

2011 All-Long Island fencing

The top boys and girls fencers on Long Island in 2010-11, as selected by Jennifer Marks.

LAURA BARGER LI Fencer of the Year Ward
(Credit: Newsday / Jessica Rotkiewicz)

LAURA BARGER
LI Fencer of the Year
Ward Melville, Sabre, Sr.
Barger went 25-0 and finished her Ward Melville career with a 78-17 record. She is a three time county finalist and was part of the gold medal winning team at the Huntington Relay this season. She will attend the University of Pennsylvania.

DEMI ANTIPAS Ward Melville, Foil, Jr. Antipas went
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DEMI ANTIPAS
Ward Melville, Foil, Jr.
Antipas went 28-0 this season and is now 84-0 in her career. She won the Brentwood Tournament,, took her second consecutive county championship in foil and finished in third place at a national fencing event in Detroit this March.

ROSLYN JIN Great Neck South, Foil, Sr. Jin,
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ROSLYN JIN
Great Neck South, Foil, Sr.
Jin, who lost only won bout all season and finished with 34 wins, led the Great Neck South girls to the Nassau County title.

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CAROLINE JUANG Manhasset, Epee, Soph. Juang went 32-5
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CAROLINE JUANG
Manhasset, Epee, Soph.
Juang went 32-5 and helped Manhasset to a 10-3 finish in Nassau. She was the runner up for the epee championship.

MACKENZIE SCHNEIDER Half Hollow Hills, Epee, Jr. Went
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MACKENZIE SCHNEIDER
Half Hollow Hills, Epee, Jr.
Went 28-7 for a Half Hollow Hills team that challenged Ward Melville for first place.

HEATHER SZILAGYI Cold Spring Harbor, Foil, Sr. Szilagyi
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HEATHER SZILAGYI
Cold Spring Harbor, Foil, Sr.
Szilagyi went 36-3 and won the Nassau foil championship.

OLIVIA WELLER Huntington, Epee, Sr. Weller went 31-3
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OLIVIA WELLER
Huntington, Epee, Sr.
Weller went 31-3 and finished her career at 131-44, with a school-record 131 victories.

JENNIE SALMON Girls fencing Coach of the Year
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JENNIE SALMON
Girls fencing Coach of the Year
Ward Melville
Led the Patriots to their 10th consecutive Long Island championship.

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Above: The 2011 All-Long Island girls fencing team.
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Above: The 2011 All-Long Island girls fencing team.

ALL-LONG ISLAND SECOND TEAM (not pictured)
Alexa Antipas, Ward Melville, Sabre, So. Beatrice Dal Bello, Whitman, Epee, Jr. Michelle Neiderman, Great Neck South, Sabre, Jr. Stephanie Ying, Manhasset, Epee, Fr.

MICHAEL SHAW LI Fencer of the year Ward
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MICHAEL SHAW
LI Fencer of the year
Ward Melville, Epee, Sr.
Shaw was 26-3 this season and finishes his Ward Melville career at 73-18. His 73 wins are the most of any male epee fencer in Ward Melville history. He won the Suffolk epee championship this season and will be attending Penn State this fall.

JOE FAICCO Commack, Foil, Jr. Faicco went 27-8
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JOE FAICCO
Commack, Foil, Jr.
Faicco went 27-8 and served as both captain and mentor to younger members of the team.

JACK GREENFIELD Oyster Bay, Epee, Jr. Greenfield went
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JACK GREENFIELD
Oyster Bay, Epee, Jr.
Greenfield went 28-1and led Oyster Bay to the Nassau County title, where he went 3-0 in the championship bout.

ANDREW HOLMES Centereach, Foil, Sr. Holmes went 39-2
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ANDREW HOLMES
Centereach, Foil, Sr.
Holmes went 39-2 this season. He will attend Sacred Heart in the fall.

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ETHAN LEVY Great Neck South, Foil, Sr. Levy
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ETHAN LEVY
Great Neck South, Foil, Sr.
Levy went 28-3 and led his team to the Nassau County championship game.

A.J. SZILAGYI Cold Spring Harbor, Foil, So. Szilagyi
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A.J. SZILAGYI
Cold Spring Harbor, Foil, So.
Szilagyi went 30-1 and won his third straight foil title at the Nassau County individual championships.

SCOTT VAETH Ward Melville, Sabre, Jr. After winning
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SCOTT VAETH
Ward Melville, Sabre, Jr.
After winning 17 bouts in the regular season, Vaeth was the only Ward Melville sabre fencer to go undefeated at the Long Island team championships.

JOHN BRUCKNER Boys fencing Coach of the Year
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JOHN BRUCKNER
Boys fencing Coach of the Year
Oyster Bay
Coached the Baymen to their first Nassau county title since 1990, and their third since 1975, when he was the team captain.

Above: The 2011 All-Long Island boys fencing team.
(Credit: Newsday / Jessica Rotkiewicz)

Above: The 2011 All-Long Island boys fencing team.

ALL-LONG ISLAND SECOND TEAM (not pictured)
John Petrie IV, Ward Melville, Foil, Jr.
Mark Pulaski, Ward Melville, Sabre, Jr.
Robert Leung, Jericho, Epee, Sr.
Jonathan Costa, Whitman, Sabre, Sr.

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