It was a tough day of sailing on Saturday at the 2018 ISSA Atlantic Coast Championship. In the morning, temperatures were in the 40s and the wind was WNW 15-20 with gusts to 25 knots. We decided to send out only one division at a time and sail only Z420s due to the conditions. During the first B division set, the wind increased and by the time the set was done, the wind was at 20-25 with gusts near 30 knots. We postponed ashore for a while and eventually got back out for another set in each division in 15-25 knots. The Midshipmen on our sailing team did a fantastic job setting marks and helping with rescues, keeping everything safe and fair. After racing, 2 protests were heard, resulting in a DSQ in race 4A.
Sunday was a very different day in Annapolis. We started out with a NW breeze at 5-8 knots that quickly died during the first race of the day. After a few attempts at running a another race, we went back to shore for a delay on land. At 1230 a light SE breeze began to fill and we headed back onto the water. The breeze settled in at 5-8 knots and we were able to get in 5 more races per division before the 3PM cutoff. Congratulations to Ranney School for the impressive victory.
|3||Ransom Everglades School||Raiders||43||69||112|
|4||St. Mary's High School (MD)||Saints||76||42||118|
|6||Gulliver Preparatory School||Raiders||112||67||179|
|7||Minnetonka High School||Skippers||115||76||191|
|8||Southern Regional High School||Rams||92||100||192|
|9||Marblehead High School||Fishwagons||76||117||193|
|10||St. Thomas Aquinas High School||Raiders||121||95||216|
|11||Norfolk Collegiate School||Oaks||97||127||224|
|12||Barrington High School||Eagles||121||106||227|
|13||Grosse IIe High School||Grosse Ile - Scarlet||128||105||233|
|15||Good Hope County Day School||Panthers -Varsity||89||189||278|
|16||New Trier HS||Trevian||132||154||286|
|18||Isidore Newman School||Greenies||185||122||307|
|19||Portland High School||Bulldogs||178||148||326|
|20||Lane Tech College Prep||Varsity||173||185||358|
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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