Congratulations to Katie Van Riper for being named a National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist. All that and a fencing champion too! We are very proud of you.
Congratulations also to Natalie Williams who fenced with us for the last three years and also is a National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist.
Saturday’s tournament at Centennial is the first of the season that is open to new fencers, and we have 17 fencers who will be representing Pope for the first time! welcome to the team.
New fencers, please make sure you arrive in good time to sign in and have your mask checked (take your mask with you when you go to sign in as they usually check masks at the same time). That means arriving no later than 8 AM for men and 9:30 for women. Read the Your First Tournament page in the Tournaments 101 section for information on what you are supposed to do at a tournament.
Congratulations to Keegan for winning a bronze medal in the D & Under Senior Mixed Epee event at North Atlanta Fencing Center on Sunday.
We have several things going on on Wednesday. The sign in sheet at practice will have a column for fencers to indicate if they will be at Saturday’s tournament or not. Please make sure you mark it yes or no. … Continue reading →
The new t-shirts are in and they look cool!. At Wednesday’s practice, we will give a t-shirt to all fencers who have paid their dues (the cost of the t-shirt is included in your dues). We based our order on … Continue reading →
Highlights of this weekend’s tournament at Roswell are in the calendar section of the website. Click here to see it. … Continue reading →
The first tournament of the season is on Saturday at Roswell High School. Details, including the Pope roster, start times and directions are in the 7 September page in the calendar section. … Continue reading →
Our first tournament of the season is on Saturday at Roswell High School. For directions to the school, where to park and more information please check the 7 Sep Tournament page in the calendar section of our website The doors … Continue reading →