THE club for fencing lessons in
St. Louis, Belleville, Collinsville,
Columbia, Fairview Heights,
and the entire Metro East.


2019/2020 Team Supporters

Special thanks to these treasured individuals...
Adeyinka Adewale
Pearce Wilson

... and businesses:
Wilson's Mill

WR Case and Sons Cutlery

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We can't be more proud to be sponsored by Case Knives, the nation's premier knife manufacturer headquartered in Bradford PA!
Click on the logo to be sent to their web site where you can learn more about their high quality pocket knives and cutting tools.


Shade Wilson & Son, Inc.

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Shade Wilson & Son is a St. Louis area commercial printer. Besides printing, they provide photography and graphic design services; website development, computer-based training and expert systems programing.
Our photography, posters and this website were created and donated by Shade Wilson. They also helped us buy our first electric fencing strip.
Give them a call! (314) 974-3078


Bluff Grange

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Bluff Grange is a local community service organization and a long time sponsor of the Fencers of the Corn. Granges across the country are advocates for rural and agricultural interests. Bluff Grange rents its hall for parties, wedding receptions, etc. For more information about hall rental call: (618) 476-1267


John Ford Highland Pipe Band

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The John Ford Highland Pipe Band is a Scottish pipe and drum band based in St. Louis Missouri. Watch for them performing in parades across the region. The band and its talented musicians are available for parties, special occasions, wedding receptions, etc.


You can become a Sponsor

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Add your support!
We would be proud to promote your business. Some options include:

  • Advertising on our web site
  • Your logo patch worn on our competition uniforms
  • Hold a nationally advertised fencing tournament in your name
If you or your company would like to help support the team please call Pearce Wilson at (314) 974-3078 or email us at



Yes, we absolutely do fence in a cornfield! Literally at Bluff Grange, a farmers' coop building in the corner of a cornfield on the bluffs over the Missisippi River Valley near St. Louis in Southern Illinois.

We have both recreational and competitive fencers of all ages.