On Saturday in Los Olivos, Presidio held the second Youth Circuit event of the 2016-2017 season, along with our second High School qualifying event. Afterward they hosted an E Foil event. It was a great day of fencing all around. Thanks to everyone who came out!
The next Youth Circuit / High School event will be held in Ventura on Saturday, February 25.
Results from the first Youth Circuit / High School event are available here:
Y12 / Y10
The next event will be a Youth and High School clinic held at San Luis Highlanders on Saturday, December 3.
The first events of the 2016-2017 Central Coast fencing calendar have been posted.
Please join us at Dunn School in Los Olivos on November 5 for the first Youth Circuit and High School events of the season.
Lots of springtime fencing opportunities on the Central Coast:
- Youth Circuit #3 at Points West in Ventura this Saturday
- Youth + High School Fencing Clinic in Los Olivos on Saturday, April 23
- Three Weapon Olé Open at UCSB on Saturday, April 30
- Youth Circuit #4 and High School Team Championships in San Luis Obispo on Saturday, May 7
- 9th Annual SLO Open at Cal Poly on Saturday, May 28
The point totals for our Y-14 and Y-12/Y-10 circuits have been updated with the results from our latest event. Competition is strong this year, so we hope to see everyone at our next tournament!
The second Youth Circuit event and the second chance to qualify for the Central Coast High School Championship team event will be held at UCSB on Saturday, January 23. It is sure to be a great event.
To speed check-in and help with planning, please preregister online.
See you all there!
2016 has already been a busy year for fencing. Check out AskFred for results for the Central Coast New Years Foil and the Highlanders’ Three-Weapon Unrated tournaments. Thanks to the organizers of these events and to everyone who came out to fence or help.
Presidio Fencing is hosting an Open Foil tournament at Dunn School in Los Olivos on Saturday, January 2. The event will be run “Santa Barbara Style” which means after pools, the top 50% move on to DEs while the bottom 50% starts a whole new tournament. This format is designed to maximize fencing for competitors of all skill levels. Plus it will be the first opportunity of the year to earn those 2016 ratings! More information and pre-registration is on AskFred.
The first Youth Circuit event of the season was fenced this weekend at Dunn School in Los Olivos. At the same time, we also kicked off the new Central Coast High School league with a qualifying event for the spring Championships.
Results from the Youth Circuit and High School events are available online.
The points list for the Youth Circuit is also online.
See everyone in January!
The first clinic of the season is being rescheduled from Saturday, October 10 to Saturday, October 17, due to the heat wave. We believe everyone will have a much better time fencing all day in more seasonable temperatures. See you all on the 17th!