It was a big weekend for several MFS student-athletes in statewide competition.
Rachel Liu ’20 (right photo) earned a bronze medal in sabre at the NJSIAA individual fencing championships on Sunday, March 3 at Livingston High School. It was the second consecutive year that Rachel has earned bronze at this event.
In swimming, Allison Fenska ’21 (left photo – left) captured a silver medal in the 50 freestyle (23.39) and a bronze medal in the 100 butterfly (55.60) at the two-day NJSIAA Meet of Champions, held March 2-3 at Gloucester County Institute of Technology in Sewell. Both of Allison’s times were school records and qualified her for All-America consideration.
Also qualifying for the finals at the meet was Christina Levins ’21 (left photo – right) who placed 5th in the 100 breaststroke and 7th in the 200 individual medley. The girls 200 medley relay team of Fenska, Levins, Ava Parker ’22, and Maddie Mininno ’19 qualified to swim in Sunday’s finals, finishing 11th with a school record time of 1:51.07.
Also swimming on Saturday were Evan Fenska ’19, who competed in the 100 freestyle and 100 breaststroke, and Peter Xia ’22, who set a school record of 4:48.90 in the 500 freestyle.
The Meet of Champions gathers the state’s top high school swimmers regardless of school size.