The morning started out with a nice light southerly breeze that quickly died off after we got a race in. The wind then switched 180 degrees and came in off the lake which only lasted for a few races before dying off again. The wind decided to switch another 90 degrees and we started a race but with the wind dying off again we had to call it off. We did end up getting a total of 4 races in.
With weather reports indicating a gale warning in the afternoon we got the sailors out on the water for some racing the wind was out of the south around 15 kts gusts around 20. It was a no spinnaker kinda day. The wind was almost constant all morning which helped up to get in 7 races on Sunday for a total of 11 races over the weekend. We made it back to shore had finished putting boats away and awards before the storms came rolling in.
Great job sailors and good luck at Nationals in Florida!
|Annapolis High School
|St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute
|St. Mary's High School (MD)
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