Clipper Challenge was held at SailMaine and attended by 15 teams from as close by as Portland and as far away as Burlington VT. Yarmouth Coach Jim Atwood capably ran the races while Yarmouth parents handled logistics shoreside and fed the hordes of hungry sailors and their adult supporters. Races were postponed for about 90 minutes while waiting for the eventual seabreeze to build to raceable strength. 4 1/2 sets of races were sailed, mostly W-2's with a couple of W-4's later in the day. The Greely Rangers led for the entire day, with Yarmouth and Isleboro 2 nipping at their heals. The lack of protests was evidence that a good time was had by all.
|1||Greely High School - Maine||Rangers||13||16||29|
|2||Yarmouth High School||Clippers||14||28||42|
|4||Islesboro Central School||Eagles 2||20||39||59|
|5||Camden Hills RHS||Varsity||40||31||71|
|6||Islesboro Central School||Eagles 1||45||32||77|
|*||8||Falmouth High School, ME||Yachtsmen||45||40||85|
|11||Hingham High School||Harbormen||55||41||96|
|12||Cheverus High School||Stags||52||45||97|
|13||Champlain VUHS||Red Hawks||46||58||104|
|14||Portland High School||Bulldogs||45||69||114|
|15||Cape Elizabeth High School||Capers||67||55||122|
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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