Races started at 1100 in a consistent 8-10 westerly. 2 Races were sailed on a W4 course before switching to a W4 with a modified leeward mark. 5 Races were completed before going a shore to wait out a breif rain squall and lighter winds. Races resumed at 1500 in a building breeze. The day finished out with winds in the mid to upper teens. 9 races were completed before retiring to the beach for a BBQ and the famous grilled "Burkers."
The day started under postponement as weak winds kept sailors on shore. Races started shortly after 1030 in a 6-10 knot westerly. The day proved to be much harder than the previous day, with large shifts and changes in velocity coming from both sides of the course. After 3 races in the radial fleet and 4 more in the full rig fleet, the winds died back completely. Sailors remained on the water until the 1500 deadline for last warning signals.
|1||Bainbridge High School||Blake Bentzen '16||18||18|
|2||Friday Harbor High School||Perham Black '18||31||31|
|3||Catlin Gabel School||Sean Grealish '17||32||32|
|4||Lincoln High School - Portland, OR||Matthew Reynolds '16||46||46|
|5||Orcas High School||Michael Chesher '17||53||53|
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