Sunshine and 60 degree weather today for the first day of MISSA West Mallory Pre-Qualifiers at Pewaukee Yacht Club. Breeze shifting from WNW to WSW throughout the day. 8 A Races completed and 6 B races completed. Great sailing by all competitors over the course of the day. Looking forward to another great day tomorrow!
Awesome Sunday on the water for the second day of MISSA West - Mallory Pre-Qualifiers. Minor postponement of racing on the early part of the day while the breeze settled in. The first two races of the day were the Course L2 and the remaining races of the day (A and B fleets, races 9-12) were Course L4.
Mostly sunny ending up around 64 degrees, with a south breeze increasing from 8-15mph throughout the day.
Thank you to coaches Matt Thompson, Trevor Davis, Connor Trepton and Nick Hovland for helping out with rotations between sets, Bill Groskopf and Dan Graves for helping with breakdowns, PRO Mark Deguire with his RC including Tom Frentzel and Ty Gutenkunst and Susan Herro on check-in. Big thank you to the KM team for providing breakfast both days and the Arrowhead and Oconomowoc teams for lunches. They were great!
Third Place was Arrowhead HS, Second Place went to Oconomowoc High School and congratulations to the Minnetonka team for strong sailing all weekend, leading them to the overall win. Great sailing! Top seven teams advance to the Mallory Qualifier April 25-26 at Pewaukee Yacht Club.
|1||Minnetonka High School||Skippers||42||19||61|
|2||Oconomowoc High School||Raccoons||61||43||104|
|3||Arrowhead High School||Warhawks||65||47||112|
|4||Wayzata High School||Blue||68||54||122|
|5||Orono High School||Varsity||62||97||159|
|6||Kettle Moraine High School||Varsity||70||91||161|
|8||Southwest Senior High School||Varsity||98||82||180|
|10||White Bear Lake||Bears||91||106||197|
|11||Benilde St Margarets||Varsity||132||80||212|
|12||Chanhassen High School||Varsity||72||141||213|
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.