Meet Newsday's All-Long Island boys fencing team for the 2016-17 winter season.
Newsday Fencer of the Year: Jake Hempe, Newfield, Soph.
Hempe bookended his season with a pair of individual championships. He started the campaign with a gold medal at the Jeff Wolfe Holiday Tournament at Brentwood and ended it by winning the county championship in foil. In between, he went 45-1 in dual meets.
"Jake is the absolute example of a team player," Newfield coach Kyle Schirmer said. "That is why during every practice Jake takes time to help his teammates refine their skills...and offer positive support. Newfield fencing is looking to seeing what he can accomplish in the next two years."
Ryan Baldi, Commack, Sr.
The Suffolk sabre champion went 29-3 in dual meets.
Philip Acinapuro, Garden City, Jr.
Posted a 25-1 record in dual meets and took home the county championship in foil.
Steven Grams, Great Neck South, So.
Long Island's only undefeated fencer went 21-0 in dual meets and won a county title in epee.
Jack Rohan, Ward Melville, Sr.
Went 35-3 in dual meets for the Long Island team champions and also won gold in sabre at the Jeff Wolfe Holiday Tournament.
Ben Rogak, Ward Melville, So.
Rogak went 28-3 in epee and won an individual county championship for Ward Melville.
Edmond Wu, Great Neck South, Jr.
Went 24-8 in dual meets and won the county title in sabre.
Coach of the Year: Kevin Oliver, Garden City
Oliver led the Trojans to a 13-2 record and their first county championship since 2007.