PCISA 2016-17 SoCal 2 Gold


Saturday, November 5:

We had a record turnout at our second SoCal regatta of the season: 31 boats in Gold Fleet and 41 in Silver! The big fleet made for a busy starting line and tight mark roundings, but thanks to solid race committee work by PRO Mac Mace and his crew of parent volunteers, we ran four fun races for our Silver Fleet and five in Gold. The breeze was a bit on the light side (a spotty 5 knots or so), but the weather was great and the sailors enjoyed a beautiful day on the water. Thanks to host club Bahia Corinthian for providing an excellent venue and to Coach Cameron MacLaren for coordinating parent volunteers and facilitating logistics. See everyone at our third regatta on December 11 in Mission Bay!

Score summary

1Corona del MarSea Kings 41313
2Newport HarborSailors 103232
3Point LomaPointers 33434
4Newport HarborSailors 73737
5Long Beach PolyJackrabbits4343
6Newport HarborSailors 44444
7Newport HarborSailors 94646
8Newport HarborSailors 15252
9Mater DeiMonarchs 15555
10Newport HarborSailors 85858
11Corona del MarSea Kings 56666
12Corona del MarSea Kings 66969
13CoronadoIslanders 47070
14CoronadoIslanders 27171
15Mater DeiMonarchs 27878
16Corona del MarSea Kings 77979
17Francis ParkerParker 18282
18CoronadoIslanders 38888
19Newport HarborSailors 29090
20Corona del MarSea Kings 39595
*21Newport HarborSailors 5102102
*22Corona del MarSea Kings 1102102
*23Corona del MarSea Kings 2102102
*24Francis ParkerParker 2111111
*25Francis ParkerParker 3111111
26Point LomaPointers 1112112
27Newport HarborSailors 6113113
28Point LomaPointers 2125125
29Newport HarborSailors 3128128
30Rolling Hills PrepHuskies134134
31CoronadoIslanders 1148148
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

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