Lawrence A. White Invitational


Saturday, October 13:

Saturday was a great day of sailing! Northwest breeze ranging from 5-14 knots all day. It was shifty and the current was going out strong all day which was different on all parts of the race course. The competitors were challenged all day.

A total of 10 races were sailed in each division using W4 and W3 courses. A- Division sailed Z420's and B-Division were in FJ's.

Sunday, October 14:

Sunday morning was spent trying to chase around a light breeze that was shifting over 60 degrees. After several attempts, the Race Committee sent the fleet in for a postponement ashore. A southwesterly looked like it was filling in and the fleets were sent out again around 1230. Although the direction never settled in, the velocity increased to 8-12 knots and there were two more races in each division to closed out the day.

A special thank you to the Coast Guard Academy Sailors of- Senior Team Captain Liam Ballantyne who was the PRO and his team of Walter Gnann, Richie Gordon, Mary Tran, Casey Gale and Colin Madaus for taking the weekend from college sailing to run the event!

Congratulations to the Ranney Panthers for winning the 2018 Lawrence A. White Invitational with a great display on the water!

Score summary

3Ransom EvergladesRaiders6763130
4Clear FallsKnights4799146
5Rumson-Fair HavenBulldogs8966155
6Saint Thomas AquinasRaiders10974183
*7Southern RegionalRams112109221
*8Milton AcademyMustangs105116221
9Good Hope County DayVarsity117137254
10Christian BrothersColts19276268
11Moses BrownQuakers135142277
12Falmouth  MaineYachtsmen123155278
14Donovan CatholicGriffins125182307
16New Trier HSTrevian159166325
17St. Augustine PrepHermits157178335
18Toms River  SouthIndians141201342
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

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.

The first place team as of a given race will always be at the top of the chart. The spacing from one team to the next shows relative gains/losses made from one race to the next. You may hover over the data points to display the total score as of that race.

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