MISSA Cressy Full Qualifier


Saturday, September 23:

Had a great day of sailing at Sheridan Shore Sailing School today. To start off the day the and the 1st few races, conditions where: wind 3-7 S, Seas 0, Sunny and Hot. After a brief AP and Cancel of Laser Full Race 3, the RC and PRO decided to move a bit more off shore.

The wind filled in nicely around 2:30, RC got off 3 more Laser Full and 3 More Laser Radial races. Thanks to all the volunteers that helped and to the sailors for fair racing.

Sunday, September 24:

The 2017 MISSA Cressy, hosted by Sheridan Shore Sailing School, was bound to be one of the best high school sailing regattas of the fall. The regatta wouldn't have been possible without the MISSA Sailing Schools bringing lasers and power boats.

The Cressy used the revolutionary two-fleet course; the “Z-Trophy” (now the standard ISSA Course). Great end to the 2017 MISSA Cressy today. Winds - 5-10 Southeast tuning east a bit, Seas 0 feet and sunny. Congrats to our Top 3 Sailors in the Full and Radial for earning a spot for the 2017 Cressy National Championship.

I would like to thank Wilmette Harbor Club for allowing us to use the facilities as our base of operations, Pin Boat Cam, Mark Set Coach Gavin and many SSSS Sailors, Scorer Coach Megan Bartley, On the Water Umpires/PC Dennis Bartley and Cliff Black, RC Megan Bartley (and SSSS Sailors) for running such speedy regatta, and MISSA Rep Kurt Thomsen.

Thanks to our favorite PRO Zac Hernandez #Zarmy

Sailing is a lifelong sport that the whole family can enjoy!

Score summary

1University LiggettAlex Johnson '182424
2Latin  of ChicagoNikolas Chambers '192626
3Walter Payton CollegOwen Patterson '192727
4Black River PublicJack Hemmelgarn '194747
5GrovesLuuk Schmit '185252
6Benilde St MargaretsWalker Mullin '196565
7Lake ForestWilliam Porter '188282
*8Southwest SeniorRemi Clark '199292
*9FenwickJohn Hultquist '209292
10Oshkosh NorthAdam McAvoy '189595
11HollandBlake Vander Kuyl '189696
12Lake ForestJack LaVanaway '209898
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

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