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TMFC Students Show their Talent at the Morehouse Season Finale

Pictured: Y-8 Medalists

Pictured: Y-8 Medalists

Highlights:

  • Gold Medals by Madison Four-Garcia, Jonah Shainberg, Aram Clark, Ruth Radulovic, Enzo Bera, and Shaun Kim

  • Silver Medals by Nickoloz Lortkipanidze, Alex Fadel, Mackenzie Sampson-Alspon, Myles Duckett, and Triton Oh

  • Bronze Medals by Adele Bois, Marinella Ferrari-Bridgers, Aster Oh, Elijah Roper, Callie Zisson, Olivia Beaton, Alexander Grigorescu, Gabriel Clark, Myles Duckett, and Charles Leonard

New York, NY (June, 2019) - Tim Morehouse Fencing Club hosted their final tournament of the season, the Morehouse Season Finale. The event offered an opportunity for new fencers to get some tournament experience, and for more experienced fencers to get ready for Nationals. The tournament was held in two parts: a Youth Saber Cup, and a Saber Open.

At the Saber Open, Gold Medals were awarded to Madison Four-Garcia in Women’s Saber, and Jonah Shainberg in Mixed Saber. Nickoloz Lortkipanidze won a Silver Medal in Mixed Saber. Bronze Medals were awarded to Adele Bois and Marinella Ferrari-Bridgers in Women’s Saber. Top-8 Medals in Women’s Saber were awarded to Madison Duckett, Aria Bevacqua, and Lisa Marsh. Top-8 Medal’s in Mixed Saber were awarded to Ben Theeman and Lortkipanidze, Guram.

At the Youth Saber Cup, Gold Medals were achieved by Aram Clark in Y-8 Mixed Saber, Ruth Radulovic in Y-10 Women’s Saber, Enzo Bera in Y-10 Men’s Saber, and Shaun Kim in Y-12 Men’s Saber. Silver Medals were awarded to Alex Fadel in Y-8 Mixed Saber, Mackenzie Sampson-Alspon in Y-10 Women’s Saber, Myles Duckett in Y-10 Men’s Saber, and Triton Oh in Y-12 Men’s Saber. Bronze Medals were awarded to Aster Oh and Elijah Roper in Y-8 Mixed Saber, Callie Zisson and Olivia Beaton in Y-10 Women’s Saber, Alexander Grigorescu and Gabriel Clark in Y-10 Men’s Saber, and Myles Duckett and Charles Leonard in Y-12 Men’s Saber.

Top-8 finishes were achieved by Noah Pierre, Zihan Zhao, Morgan So, and Charles Hutchison in Y-8 Mixed Saber. In Y-10 Men’s Saber, Top-8 Medals were awarded to Alexandre Gimbrere, Nicolas Nordgren, Ethan Kim, and Aram Clark. Lastly, in Y-12 Men’s Saber, Top-8 Medals were awarded to William Morrill, Inkosi Brou, Enzo Bera, and Daniel Mangan.

Congratulations Everyone!

Full Club Results Below:

SABER OPEN

Open Women’s Saber:

  • 1st Four-Garcia, Madison

  • 3rd Bois, Adele

  • 3rd Ferrari-Bridgers, Marinella

  • 5th Duckett, Madison

  • 7th Bevacqua, Aria

  • 8th Marsh, Lisa

  • 10th Lammer, Sophie

Open Mixed Saber:

  • 1st Shainberg, Jonah

  • 2nd Lortkipanidze, Nickoloz

  • 6th Theeman, Ben

  • 8th Lortkipanidze, Guram

  • 9th Huayta, James

  • 10th Four-Garcia, Madison

  • 14th Chan, Alexander

  • 15th Bois, Adele

  • 17th Parkhurst, Michael

  • 19th Ruiz, Eric

  • 20th Balde, Alpha

  • 21st Chien, Phillip

  • 22nd Tsunoda, Yudai

  • 23rd Ferrari-Bridgers, Marinella

  • 24th Lockett, Audrey

  • 25th Park, Tai

  • 26th Morrill, Justin

  • 29th Lamhaouar, Ryan

  • 31st Revander, Dominique

  • 32nd Ruigomez, Eduardo

  • 33rd Tunkara, Mahammadou

  • 34th Caggiano, Zachary

YOUTH SABER CUP

Y-8 Mixed Saber:

  • 1st Clark, Aram

  • 2nd Fadel, Alex

  • 3rd Oh, Aster

  • 3rd Roper, Elijah

  • 5th Pierre, Noah

  • 6th Zhao, Zihan

  • 7th So, Morgan

  • 8th Hutchison, Charles

  • 9th Chang, Timothy

  • 10th So, Dylan

  • 11th Ahn, Edward

  • 12th Yu, Macallan

  • 13th Chambers, Miles

  • 14th Hutchison, Ella

  • 15th Abraham, Abed

  • 16th Kana, Aria

  • 17th Kana, Savina

  • 18th Pho, Stanley

Y-10 Women’s Saber:

  • 1st Radulovic, Ruth

  • 2nd Sampson-Alspon, Mackenzie

  • 3rd Zisson, Callie

  • 3rd Beaton, Olivia

Y-10 Men’s Saber:

  • 1st Bera, Enzo

  • 2nd Duckett, Myles

  • 3rd Grigorescu, Alexander

  • 3rd Clark, Gabriel

  • 5th Gimbrere, Alexandre

  • 6th Nordgren, Nicolas

  • 7th Kim, Ethan

  • 8th Clark, Aram

  • 9th Oh, Aster

  • 10th Moguel, Ixoye

  • 11th Fadel, Alex

  • 12th Della Pietra, Teo

  • 13th Schanzer, Remy

  • 14th Burg, Whit

  • 15th Sarwahi, Viraat

  • 16th Sampson-Alspon, Mackenzie

  • 17th Brady, Myles

  • 18th Shah, Kabir

  • 19th Palmieri, Ryan

  • 20th Zhao, Zihan

  • 21st Cukierman, Benjamin

  • 22nd McDonald, Ryan

Y-12 Men’s Saber:

  • 1st Kim, Shaun

  • 2nd Oh, Triton

  • 3rd Duckett, Myles

  • 3rd Leonard, Charles

  • 5th Morrill, William

  • 6th Brou, Inkosi

  • 7th Bera, Enzo

  • 8th Mangan, Daniel

  • 9th Wasserman, Aiden

  • 10th Volvovskiy, Tim

  • 12th Thacker, Raana

  • 13th Clark, Gabriel

  • 14th Beaton, Jacob

  • 15th Tai, Roebling

Full Results:

https://fencingtimelive.com/tournaments/eventSchedule/7B38859B255F43BB9F892C755D99CA96#today

and

https://fencingtimelive.com/tournaments/eventSchedule/78928E0ED30B44F5869A6EF442C963A7#today

The Top-50 Youth Foil Fencing Clubs In The Country! (2018-2019 Season)

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Congratulations Fencers Club Inc on bringing home the title of #1 Youth Competitive Foil Club in the country for the 2018-2019 Season!

Fencers Club brought home 37 SYC medals with Gutkovsky Fencing Academy right behind with 36. Renaissance Fencing Academy (32 medals), 5-Towns Fencers Club (29 medals) and Silicon Valley Fencing Center (28 medals) rounded out the top-5. Congratulations to all the coaches and students on their hard work!

The calculations are based on the number of top-8 medal finishes at Super Youth Circuits and the Youth NAC in March.

Renaissance won the most Gold Medals with 10 and Fencers Club had the most amount of tournament entries 244. You can view the top-25 for entries and gold medals won at SYCs and the Youth NAC below.

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DATA CAVEATS:

  • Since USA Fencing’s website doesn’t have open API and results are no longer on ASKFRED, this data was entered manually. If you notice any errors, please let us know and we will update them! (If a club name is spelled differently, it will read it as 2 different clubs)

  • We only counted the first club that a student represents and not the secondary.

  • We counted the results of the club a student was representing at the time. So, if a student was representing club X in September and Club Y in May then the results in September would count towards Club X.

  • We combined clubs with affiliate locations into one club. So for example, Sheridan Fencing Academy which has a few different locations is counted as one club.

  • We only counted Y10, Y12 and Y14. Not Y8 or the Cadets that sometimes occurred at SYCS.