Grogan épée’s big and small at N.M. Open

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Grogan épée’s big and small at N.M. Open

DHS junior atop the podium in youth and senior fencing
Angela Grogan, a junior at Durango High School and a member of the 4 Corners Fencing-Pentathlon Club, won bronze in the Cadet category, then won a sixth-place medal against much bigger Senior competition last weekend at the New Mexico Open.
Angela Grogan and her bright neon Nikes, thrusting her épée at her opponent, won a bronze medal last weekend in the Cadet (U17) Women’s Épée at the New Mexico Open. Grogan, the daughter of Bob and Trish Grogan, is a junior at Durango High School.

Grogan épée’s big and small at N.M. Open

Angela Grogan, a junior at Durango High School and a member of the 4 Corners Fencing-Pentathlon Club, won bronze in the Cadet category, then won a sixth-place medal against much bigger Senior competition last weekend at the New Mexico Open.
Angela Grogan and her bright neon Nikes, thrusting her épée at her opponent, won a bronze medal last weekend in the Cadet (U17) Women’s Épée at the New Mexico Open. Grogan, the daughter of Bob and Trish Grogan, is a junior at Durango High School.
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