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Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012, 6:10 p.m.
 

The Ligonier Fencing Club placed fifth Saturday in the Senior Team Men's Epee Division at the North American Cup in Virginia Beach, Va.

Ligonier, seeded second, received a first-round bye in the 22-team tournament, then defeated No. 15 Boston Fencing Club, 45-44.

Ligonier dropped a 45-32 decision to No. 7 DC Fencers Club in the quarterfinals.

Members of the Ligonier club will compete individually in the North American Cup on Sunday.

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