Summer is BIG ENERGY at Mid-South! Check us out month to month: JUNE Our current Academy Class and Practice Schedule continues throughout the entire month of June. June 19th-23rd – Cary Academy – Olympic Fencing – AM 4th-6th grade, PM 7th-9th grade – $195.00 – FULL CAMP June 19th-23rd – Mid-South Fencers’ Club – Beginner to Intermediate Olympic Fencing – 9-3:30pm, $285.00 – FULL CAMP June 26th-30th – Mid-South Fencers’ Club – High Performance Camp [Read More]
Congratulations to the Mid-South fencers who qualified and will travel to Kansas City, Missouri on the weekend of February 17-20th to participate in the 2017 Junior Olympic Championships: Ben Lockwood (Senior, Northwood High School) Leo Tamburro (Junior, Cary Academy) Dylan Woodwood (Sophomore, Voyager Academy) Leanne Chan (Freshman, Durham School of the Arts) Sky Miller (Freshman, Durham Schools of the Arts) Athletes competing this weekend will be coached by Jeff Kallio.
USA Fencing tests the endurance limits of member clubs and coaches with its Summer National Championships and July Challenge. Dallas 2016 leaves us with an incomplete 2015-2016 season due to the tragic events that caused the last day of the tournament to be cancelled. Congratulations to all Mid-South participants on their results and efforts: Carl Badger: GOLD V60MS Nicholas Cantin: 125 Div 2 MS, 141st D3MS, 21st SRMSTeam Leanne Chan: 69th D1AWS, 95th JWS, 87th CWS, 10th Div3WS, [Read More]
Mid-South Fencers’ Club is proud to announce its list of qualifiers for the USA Fencing National Championships and July Challenge. The tournament will take place over June 29th-July 8th in Dallas, Texas. Mid-South would like to like to acknowledge the effort and commitment of these fencers to compete and represent North Carolina. The final qualification event took place this past weekend in Burlington, NC. Qualification results are as follows: Carl Badger: VET60MS Tom Byran: DIV2ME, VET40ME, [Read More]
Sometimes looking back is embarrassing, other times it is painful, awe-inspiring or even oddly nostalgic. In 2014 I have had to look inside personally and we as an organization have had to dig deep. This year has seen many powerful things happened at our club: friendships have grown and some were broken; medals were won; and, most importantly, we have evolved. Being Mid-Southish, our way, is on the way to being an actual thing in 2015. [Read More]