The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

Fencing Competes for Second Foil

James Lassiter December 12, 2018

Fencing is one of the few Harvard-Westlake sports that competes year round. This season the team is looking to become back to back league champions. There are three different fencing divisions based off...

Valiant victory in victor valley

Katie Perrin January 11, 2017

Boys’ and girls’ varsity epee and saber fencers competed at the Victor Valley High School event of the Southern California Scholastic Fencing League Tournament Dec. 4. Kimberly Kimura ’19 placed...

Justin Yoo ’15 makes épée history

Jonathan Seymour April 30, 2014

Fencer Justin Yoo ’15 became the first American fencer in history to place in the top three at both the Junior and Cadet World Championships in the same year this month. He travelled to Plovdiv, Bulgaria...

Fencers to compete in Junior Olympics

Justine Chen February 12, 2014

Seven students will be participating in the upcoming Fencing Junior Olympics. Anne Kim ‘15, Enya Huang ’15, Jessie Pfeiffer ‘16, Justin Yoo ‘15, Jack Graham ‘15, Jake Raynis ‘14 and Sophie...

Fencer places at first tournament of year

Jonah Ullendorff October 15, 2013

Team captain Roy Dritley ’16 was the only Wolverine to place during the first fencing tournament of the year Sept. 22. He used his sword of choice: the foil. This tournament was the first of two individual...

Fencers to attend Junior Olympics

Jack Goldfisher February 13, 2013

Five students qualified for the Junior Olympic Fencing Championships in Baltimore, Maryland Feb. 15-18. Jack Graham ’15, Anne Kim ’15, Sophie Kupiec-Weglinski ’15, Jake Raynis ’14 and Justin Yoo...

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