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The 2013 All-Long Island Girls Golf Team: (front (Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan)

The 2013 All-Long Island Girls Golf Team: (front row, from left) Victoria Snak, Smithtown West; Elizabeth Choi, Syosset; Samantha Sessa, Garden City. (back row, from left) Kaitlin Clancy, Smithtown; Coach of the Year Reid Sclafani, Garden City; Stephanie Sullivan, Sacred Heart Academy. |

2013 All-Long Island girls golf team

Meets those selected to Newsday's 2013 All-Long Island girls golf team

VICTORIA SNAK Long Island Player of the Year,
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VICTORIA SNAK
Long Island Player of the Year, Smithtown West, Senior
Snak won the first Suffolk Individual Championship of her six-year career with a two-day score of 156 at Middle Island Country Club. She is just the second county champion in program history and a six-time state qualifier. She placed 16th in the state championship with a score of 162. Snak also helped lead the Bulls to its fourth county championship in program history with a county record score of 857. Combining with Kaitlin Clancy, they became the first teammates in county history to finish 1-2 in the county tournament according to Smithtown West coach Tom Kane. |

ELIZABETH CHOI Syosset, Sophomore Choi won her second
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ELIZABETH CHOI
Syosset, Sophomore
Choi won her second straight Nassau Individual Championship with a two-day score of 149. She also placed sixth in the state championship with a two-day total of 155 at SUNY-Delhi, the highest place for a Long Island golfer. Choi went 8-2 in dual-meet competition with a match average of 42. |

KAITLIN CLANCY Smithtown West, Junior Clancy placed second
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KAITLIN CLANCY
Smithtown West, Junior
Clancy placed second in the Suffolk Individual Tournament with a 157. Combining with Victoria Snak, they became the first teammates in county history to finish 1-2 in the county tournament according to Smithtown West coach Tom Kane. Clancy was an integral part in Smithtown West's county championship run. |

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SAMANTHA SESSA Garden City Maroon, Junior Sessa helped
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SAMANTHA SESSA
Garden City Maroon, Junior
Sessa helped lead Garden City Maroon to its fourth Long Island championship in the last six years. Sessa shot a seven-over 78 at Bethpage Green in the Long Island Championship against Smithtown West, the only golfer to shoot under 80 in the match. She also took third in the Nassau tournament with a score of 164 and 11th in the state championship with a score of 158. Sessa went 10-0 in dual-meet competition with a match-average of 39. |

STEPHANIE SULLIVAN Sacred Heart, Senior Sullivan won the
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STEPHANIE SULLIVAN
Sacred Heart, Senior
Sullivan won the first CHSAA Individual Championship of her career with a nine-over 81 at Eisenhower Blue and helped lead Sacred Heart to a second-place finish in the league. |

REID SCLAFANI Coach of the Year, Garden City
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REID SCLAFANI
Coach of the Year, Garden City Maroon
Coached Garden City Maroon to its fourth Long Island championships in the past six years, its eighth straight Nassau title, and 11th straight Conference II title. GC Maroon has won 106 straight conference matches. |

The 2013 All-Long Island Girls Golf Team: (front
(Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan)

The 2013 All-Long Island Girls Golf Team: (front row, from left) Victoria Snak, Smithtown West; Elizabeth Choi, Syosset; Samantha Sessa, Garden City. (back row, from left) Kaitlin Clancy, Smithtown; Coach of the Year Reid Sclafani, Garden City; Stephanie Sullivan, Sacred Heart Academy. |

All-Long Island Girls Golf Second Team: Alexa Niven,
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All-Long Island Girls Golf Second Team:
Alexa Niven, Freshman, Smithtown East (pictured); Jen Rosenberg, Eighth Gr., Cold Spring Harbor; Augusta Mayer, Senior, Friends Academy; Danielle Greene, Sophomore, Ward Melville; Tatiana Reali, Junior, Sacred Heart. |

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