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The Kents Hill Fencing program is now in its third year as a winter sport. Each year the program has had about 10 fencers: a few with fencing experience from other schools, a few with martial arts experience, and about half who are beginners.

The program teaches foil (the beginner's weapon), with some fencers working on sabre as well. There is a focus on training, technique, and skill development in an effort to start fencers on the right track for what can be a lifelong sport.

While fencing is a classic prep school sport, it is just starting to catch on in northern New England. The fencing team has recently held competitions against Exeter Academy, Colby College, and Bowdoin College. In addition, the team arranges tournaments with other area clubs.

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Fencing News
Kents Hill Hosts USFA; Three Huskies Earn National Ranking

On Saturday, December 8th, Kents Hill School hosted a United States Fencing Association (USFA) Tournament for the Northeast Division. A total of thirty-six fencers participated. Competitions were held in all three weapons used in fencing: Foil, Epee & Saber. Three Kents Hill fencers placed well enough in competition to earn national rankings with USFA: Sam Hall ’13 (foil), Jacob Crane ‘13 (foil), and Steven Pratt ‘14 (saber).
Kents Hill fencers walked away with 10 of the 16 medals awarded. Kents Hill winners included: Jacob Crane (foil, gold), Alexander Lin (foil, silver), Sam Hall (foil, bronze), Jacob Sclar (foil, bronze), Natalie Young (foil, bronze), Jacob Crane (epee, bronze), Cole Blouin (epee, bronze), Steven Pratt (saber, gold), Sam Hall (saber, silver), Andrew Boswell (saber, bronze).
Kents Hill Fencing will be scrimmaging with Maine Central Institute and John Babst (independent schools) December 17th at an away venue.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012 7:30:00 PM

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