Local fencers compete, place in Middlebury Open

MIDDLEBURY — Many members of the Vermont Fencing Alliance, based in Addison County, fared well at the Middlebury Open on March 7 and 8 at Middlebury Union Middle School. The club hosted the event.
Club members and Addison County residents winning events were Will Nop in Youth Epee, Birch McGee-Lane in Unrated Men’s Epee, and club coach Viveka Fox in Veterans’ Foil.
The complete list of county residents placing in events is as follows (all are club members except one Middlebury College student):
•  Youth Foil: 2. Peter Wolosinski, Middlebury.
•  Veterans’ Foil: 1. Fox, Addison.
•  Unrated Women’s Foil: 2. Gioia Pappalardo, Middlebury College.    
•  Open Foil: 3. (Tie) Jack Brisson, Shoreham, and Fox.
•  Youth Epee: 1. Nop, Middlebury; 3. (Tie) Asher Kite, New Haven and Wolosinski. 
•  Veterans’ Epee: 8. Fox.   
•  Unrated Men’s Epee: 1. McGee-Lane.
•  Open Epee: 6. Brisson.
• Unrated Men’s Foil: 2. Ben Wells, Middlebury.  

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