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SoCal Scholastic League Individual Epee/Saber Feb 7, 2021
PLEASE NOTE: Events are restricted by academic standing, not age. Events are open to Middle and High School Students. Please bring school ID and proof of USFA membership.
Brentwood School: Los Angeles, CA
posted 08/05/2020
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The SoCal Scholastic Fencing League is proud to host its Epee and Saber Tournament for Middle School and High School fencers.

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the schedule for this season has been shortened. This event date may also change due to recommendations/restrictions from the United States Fencing Association and from state/local government regulations.

Pre-registration will not be open until end of November 2020.

For up to date information, please check our website at https://www.schsfence.org/


The individual epee/saber events are open to all Middle School and High School students.

Middle School events are for fencers attending 6th through 8th grade.

High School events are for fencers attending 9th through 12th grade.

Proof of grade (School ID) and proof of USFA competitive membership is required upon check in. No exceptions.

If your school does not issue a school ID, please bring proof of school enrollment, i.e. registration, letter from school stating grade, etc.

To purchase USFA Competitive Membership on-line, please use link below:

https://www.usafencing.org/membership


The high school events are recognized by USA Fencing and is sanctioned. Classifications can now be earned at our High School events!

Location:

Brentwood School
100 S. Barrington Place
Los Angeles, CA 90049

Events Scheduled:

9:00 AM Men's High School Epee
11:00 AM Women's High School Saber
12:00 PM Men's High School Saber
12:30 PM Women's High School Epee
1:00 PM Men's Middle School Saber
1:00 PM Women's Middle School Saber
1:30 PM Men's Middle School Epee
2:30 PM Women's Middle School Epee

Tournament Fees:

Non-League School Fencer:
$20.00 Registration and $40.00 per event (Total 60.00 if fencing one event)

League School Fencer: $10.00

When preregistering PLEASE LIST YOUR SCHOOL as your primary club.

If NOT pre-registered on Askfred by Feb 5, 2021 add Late Fee: $20.00

Payment can be paid at check in. (Cash or check)

Pre-Payment:

Paying by PayPal - homfencing@hotmail.com
Paying by VENMO - Sam-Signorelli-fencer

**Please make sure to note fencers name, date of tournament, and which event.



If you are not enrolled in below mentioned League schools, you are considered a Non-League school fencer.

League Schools are:
Brentwood School
Chaminade Middle School And High School
Harvard Westlake Middle School and High School
Lakeview Middle School (Victorville)
Le Lycee Francais
Central LA #9 (VAPA)
Oakwood High School
Victor Valley High School
Vistamar High School
Yeshiva University of Los Angeles

Equipment:
A full fencing Jacket (FIE not required), a plastron, a glove, and fencing knickers. Socks must cover all the leg not covered by the knickers. Women's equipment must include breast protectors made of metal or rigid material inside the jacket. The appropriate glove, lame (saber fencers), and mask for the weapon being fenced are required. Please wear shoes with "non-marking" or white soles to all competitions.

All Saber fencers must use a USFA Fencing approved 800N glove.

**Facial Masks, with more that 2 layers, must be worn at all times during the tournament and while fencing.

**There will be more information on safety procedures and social distancing procedures.

There will be more information on safety procedures and social distancing procedures.

Inspections:
Masks and gloves will be inspected by the armorer. Weapons will be tested on the strip. You will not be allowed to fence with weapons that do not conform to USFA standards.

Format:
There will be one round of pools with 100% advancing to direct elimination in all individual competitions. The direct elimination bouts will be fifteen touch bouts, with the appropriate breaks determined by which weapon is being fenced.