Report time Saturday was 1400. When competitors arrived in the racing area south of Bell Island there was a light southerly sea breeze which allowed racing to start. After a race it was apparent that the northerly high pressure system would dominate. With the 180 degree shift racing was moved just south of Wilson Cove.
With an earlier report time of 0900 for the sailors the northerly high pressure continued to dominate. Along with the northerly breeze came the usual oscillating shifts which proved to be challenging for both the sailors and the Race Committee. Both prevailed to get in some really fine racing. The top three finishers will represent NESSA in Galveston for the national championship, Cressy Trophy, in the Laser division.
|1||BB&N - Buckingham Browne and Nichols||Henry Marshall '17||18||18|
|2||St. George's School||Ted Bjerregaard '18||42||42|
|3||Portsmouth Abbey School||Max Guerriero '17||44||44|
|4||St. George's School||John Kirkpatrick '18||47||47|
|5||St. George's School||Gerard Eastman '17||51||51|
|6||Staples High School||Burke Anvari '17||62||62|
|7||Proctor Academy||Benjamin Rizika '18||76||76|
|8||Bishop Stang High||Santiago Hirschmann '18||77||77|
|9||Fairfield Prep||Chase Latour '19||92||92|
|10||Dover Sherborn RHS||Brian Mitchell '18||96||96|
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.
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