Fencing Teams Are Division Champs

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Junior Macy Meng, reigning Nassau County champion in girls épée, scored a touch during a fencing tournament. (Photo courtesy of The Southerner)
Junior Macy Meng, reigning Nassau County champion in girls épée, scored a touch during a fencing tournament.
(Photo courtesy of The Southerner)

The North High School Girls and Boys Fencing Teams and the South High School Girls Fencing Team have clinched their respective Division titles.

North Girls Fencing Team is the Small School Division Champion and went undefeated in Division for the second year in a row. Their overall record is 11–2. Team members are Michaela Ben-Sorek, Rachel Berkower, Erin Bishop, Serena Chen, Micaela Chin, Sarah Dayan, Natasha Dilamani, Sophie Eliassi, Lily Guggenheimer, Rachel Ho, Melissa Hom, Weiyin (Mimi) Jiao, Diana Kim, Claire Kivelowitz, Tamar Levy, Keva Li, Lydia Li, Shannon Liu, Carly Menker, Michelle Metros, Maya Ran, Danielle Reyes, Shannon Sarker, Cori Shalit, Aviva Shamian, Sage Sherry, Rachel Stone, Shoshanna Tokar, Yulia Yeung, Emma Young and Sharlene Zar. There are no team captains. The coaches are Michael Calderaro and Dylan Healy.

North Boys Fencing Team won the Division Title for the second year in a row. Their overall record is 9–3. Team members are Albert Aboaf, Michael Amrami, Nicholas Calto, Yun Wo (Anson) Cheung, John (Jae) Cho, Samuel (Sang) Cho, Jeremy Feith, Jonathan Gao, Patrick Gao, Griffen Healy, Simon Lerner, Ryan Li, Shijing Liu, Daniel Mayeri, Arya Nazif, Curwen Ng, Jonathan Sasson, Aral Soykan, Austin Tam and Aaron Young. There are no team captains. The coaches are Michael Calderaro and Dylan Healy.

South High Girls Fencing Team is the Large School Division Champion and Overall Season Champion. Their record is 12–1. Team members are Kaitlyn Cheng, Hannah Gal, Ariel Kang (captain), Ashley Kim, Angeline Lei, Vera Lin (captain), Kathleen Lu, Macy Meng, Ann Too, Kimberly Wong (captain), Muen (Mary) Ye, Ava Zhang and Esther Zhu. Their team coach is Catie Sagevick.

Submitted by the Great Neck Public Schools

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