South Points 5 had 33 boats out on the water, which included teams from all over the Southeast United States. The event was hosted out on beautiful Biscayne Bay near the Dinner Key Channel. The wind started out light in the morning, at around 5 to 7 knots from the north, picking up to 9 to 12 knots gust as high as 16. Rotations occurred on land on the next door property. Spectators and Coaches were also situated with the sailors next door, making it the center of the action. Breakfast and pizza were served by Ransom Sailing parents.
Please note that due to limitations of Techscore, Winter Park High School is actually the Lake Eustis Composite Team, and is scored under SAISA Supplemental Rule 5.3.
Special Thanks to:
Race Committee: Baird Lobree (PRO), Lissette Stancioff
Shoreline Logistics and Scoring: Ahan Malhotra
Weather Mark and Mark Set: Mark Ingraham, Edson Han
Pin-end of the line sight, mark set and finish line: Richard Swerdlow, John de Olazarra, Natalya Doris
Shuttle Boat: Jeff Williamson, Greg Fales
Safety Boat: David Lubarsky, Alexander Lerner
VIP Boat: Bill Harvey, Lori Harvey, Monkey Vandekreeke
US Sailing Jury: Richard G. Mallinson
Photographer: Karl Kafka
Ransom Sailing Parents: Lori Harvey, Jill Swerdlow, Kimberly Mariani, Melissa Lobree,
Waterfront Director: Gonzalo Crivello
Assistant Waterfront Director: Enrique Quintero
Director of Athletics: Claude Grubair
Head of School: Penny G. Townsend
|1||Ransom Everglades School||Raiders||20||18||38|
|3||Jensen Beach High School||JV||33||18||51|
|4||Gulliver Preparatory School||Raiders||18||40||58|
|5||Shorecrest Preparatory School||JV||26||MRP||42||MRP||68|
|6||St. Thomas Aquinas High School||JV||36||MRP||40||MRP||76|
|7||Martin County High School||JV||43||36||79|
|8||H. B. Plant High School||JV||41||MRP||46||MRP||87|
|9||Winter Park High School||Varsity||62||MRP||57||MRP||119|
|10||Westminster Christian School||Warriors||66||MRP||75||MRP||141|
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.