Great work by the sailors handling the challenging light and shifty Northerly. The experience of master Principle Race Officer Gary Bodie paid off as he eeked 4 good races of the subpar wind. Courses sailed were trapezoids and windward/leewards. There is a better breeze prediction for Sunday.
Sailors were welcomed with much better breeze Sunday morning. Race Committee was able to bang out races in the 4-10 knot southerly throughout the day. Congratulations to Joseph Hou from Newport Harbor for winning the Cressy Trophy in the Laser Radial.
Thank you to the ODU Monarchs for hosting, Gary Bodie for running races, and our Umpires Brian McDonald, Scott Wilson, Danielle Richards, and Jake Spracher for keeping things fair on the water!
|1||Newport Harbor High School||Joseph Hou '18||40||40|
|2||Ida S Baker Hig School||Gage Wilson '17||62||62|
|3||St. Thomas Aquinas High School||Sophia Reineke '17||72||72|
|4||South River High School||Leo Boucher '18||81||81|
|5||Bishop Verot High School||Scott Rasmussen '16||91||91|
|6||Santa Barbara High School||Lucas Pierce '17||92||92|
|7||Westside High School||Kanttida (Charlotte) Rose '18||110||110|
|8||Archbishop Spalding||Jake Vickers '18||120||120|
|9||Falmouth High School, ME||Caleb Robinson '18||130||130|
|10||Portsmouth Abbey School||Jessica McJones '16||132||132|
|11||Milton Academy||Christina Sakellaris '17||137||137|
|12||The Overlake School||Talia Toland '17||143||143|
|13||Santa Barbara High School||Caden Scheiblauer '19||147||147|
|14||Norfolk Academy||Gray Kiger '16||150||150|
|15||Oregon City High School||Grant Gridley '18||159||159|
|16||Kentucky Country Day School||Carly Broussard '17||175||175|
|17||Christian Brothers Academy||Michael Ehnot '18||178||178|
|18||Latin School of Chicago||Mark Davies '16||199||199|
The following chart shows the relative rank of the teams as of the race indicated. Note that the races are ordered by number, then division, which may not represent the order in which the races were actually sailed.
The first place team as of a given race will always be at the top of the chart. The spacing from one team to the next shows relative gains/losses made from one race to the next. You may hover over the data points to display the total score as of that race.