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


Videos


Corey and Pearce entertain the Halloween revelers on Rue St. Louis in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Click to view.
 

Tyler and Corey fencing in the narrow band of light that shines through a crack the roof of a cave in Southern Illinois. Click to view.
 

Pearce and Corey fencing on the beach on Santa Rosa Island on Florida's Gulf Coast. Click to view.
 

Lane and Corey fence in a snow storm. Click to view.

Shelby and Corey fence above the trees at Garden of the Gods State Park in Southern Illinois. Click to view.
 

Carlos and Chance fence in the motel parking lot the night before the 2017 Mississippi State Games. Click to view.
 

Movie made from 209 still shots of Shelby. Click to view.
 

Corey and Tyler fencing as part of a fund raiser in Millstadt. Click to view.
 

Matthew and Joseph fence on a lonely bridge in the forest. Click to view.
 

Tyler and Matthew entertain the dead. Click to view.
 

This is what the chromozones of fencers look like. Chance and Daniel. Click to view.
 

Slide show of Corey and Tyler practicing jumping to avoid toe touches. Click to view.
 

Fencing on Bienville Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans on Halloween. Click to view.
 

Tyler and Corey fence atop Art Hill overlooking the Grand Basin of Forest Park in St. Louis. Click to view.
 

An impromtu lesson on parries. Click to view.
 

Bill plays for a fencing practice. Click to view.
 

A sample run through the mobile targets at our practice facility. Click to view.
 

Fighting for the bridge in Forest Park. Click to view.
 

Corey and Pearce fencing in front of Jean Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop on Bourbon Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans on Halloween. Click to view.
 

Corey fences with the Easter Bunny! Click to view.
 

Yinka and Corey fence on the dunes of Santa Rosa Island, Florida. Click to view.
 

Tyler and Corey fence balanced on a log in the Shawnee National Forest. Click to view.
 

Bill and Tyler fencing on the top deck of the historic Eads Bridge with the St. Louis Arch in the background. Click to view.
 

Pearce and Corey fence for Halloween revelers on Conti Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Click to view.
 

Tyler and Corey fence on a ledge over the Ohio River. Click to view.
 

Leg Day Click to view.
 

Yinka and Corey fence in the surf of the Florida Gulf Coast. Fencing in the surf is hard than it looks! Click to view.
 

Millstadt Homecoming Parade Click to view.
 

Yinka, Corey and Pearce enjoying the atmosphere of the French Quarter. Click to view.
 

Corey giving Carlos a lesson. Click to view.
 

TJ and Corey sparkler fencing! Click to view.
 

Halloween in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Pearce and Corey fence on the steps of the Louisiana Supreme Court. Click to view.
 

Corey and Joseph fence saber alongside a wheat field behind Bluff Grange. Click to view.
 

Tyler and Shelby fence at Mudd Duck Auto Salvage. Click to view.
 

A look back. August 2017 marks our 14th year. Click to view.
 

Tyler and Shelby fence on the back of a flatbed truck. Click to view.
 

Pearce and Corey fencing saber in the surf along Florida's Gulf Coast. Click to view.
 

Tyler and Corey fence in front of the statue of Saint Louis. Click to view.
 

Tyler and Shelby fence in a parking lot in Uranis, Missouri. Click to view.
 

Emma and Corey fencing at world famous, Ted Drewes Frozen Custard stand in St. Louis. Click to view.
 

Shelby and Corey fence at 'The Narrows' at Garden of the Gods in Southern Illinois. Click to view.
 

Pearce and Corey fence on the street in the French Quarter of New Orleans on Halloween. Click to view.
 

Tyler and Matthew and ... Free Willie. Click to view.
 

Corey and Matthew warm up before teaching fencing at the 2017 Venturing Fall Fun Rally at Beaumont Scout Reservation. Click to view.
 

About

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.