2014 Newsday All-Long Island boys fencing team

Ward Melville's Mike Antipas competes in the Suffolk

Ward Melville's Mike Antipas competes in the Suffolk fencing championships. (Feb. 8, 2014) Photo Credit: Richard T. Slattery

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LONG ISLAND BOYS FENCER OF THE YEAR: MIKE ANTIPAS, Ward Melville, Jr.

Won his second-consecutive Suffolk foil championship and finished undefeated in dual meet competitions for the second straight season. An "A" rated fencer by the U.S. Fencing Association, he is ranked 32nd nationally among under-20 foil fencers.

KODY HORIUCHI, Great Neck South, Jr.

Won the Nassau foil championship and helped the Rebels capture the Nassau championship. He also won gold in foil at the Jeff Wolfe Holiday tournament.

BRIAN HUANG, Commack, Jr.

Won his second consecutive Suffolk sabre championship and took silver in sabre at the Jeff Wolfe tournament.

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MARC SIEGEL, Jericho, Jr.

Went 28-3 during the regular season and won the Nassau sabre championship,

EMMET WOYTOVICH, Commack, Sr.

Won Suffolk epee championship and helped lead Commack to a second-place finish in epee at the Huntington Relay.

SKYLER CHIN, Great Neck South, Jr.

Went 21-1 during the regular season and won the Nassau epee championship. An "A" rated fencer by the USFA, Chin also won gold in epee at the Jeff Wolfe tournament.

COACH OF THE YEAR: JEFF SALMON, Ward Melville

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