MASSA Cressy Qualifier Radial

Summary

Saturday, September 14:

Sailors from all around the MASSA District arrived at Shore Acres Yacht Club for day-1 of the MASSA Cressy Qualifier. There was a nice southerly breeze that gradually built to 15 mph before subsiding to 10-12mph with a slight shift to the west.

Eight W5 races were sailed in the upper Bargenat Bay. One protest was filed, and one redress was filed with hearing to be held Sunday morning before racing.

Sunday, September 15:

The sailors reported back to SAYC Sunday morning only to look out at the large, flat clam expanse of the Bay with no sign of wind in sight. After a postponement of approximately 2 hours due to the lack of wind, the sailors proceeded back out to the racing area in a light NNE breeze.

By the time the fleet arrived to the course, the wind clocked another 20° to the right, but then settled in at a nice 8-10 breeze with very little oscillations.

The Race Committee was able to have both the Radial and Laser full-rig fleets complete three more W5 races for a total of eleven over the two-day event.

Rye High School's Matthew Wallace had a commanding performance day one in the Radial with a string of six bullets to establish a solid lead over the next competitors and ended the regatta with a total of 32 points. The Severn Schools Owen Hennessey had consistent top ten finishes for the weekend to finish in 2n place with 45 points, while his Severn teammate Robby Meek rounded out the top of the fleet with 52 points to lock in a solid 3rd place standing.

The Laser full-rig fleet was won by St Mary's High School senior James Golden who finished with 17 points, consisting of seven 1st place finishes for the weekend. The Key School's Charles Anderson finishes were all in the top three each race, with left him in a sold 2n place for the regatta. Friso Grolleman put Bathesda-Chevy Chase High School on the winners' podium with his 35 points total and 3rd place finish.

Two protests were filed; one protest was withdrawn and the other was disallowed based upon procedural rules.

Special thanks to Shore Acres Yacht Club and their kind hospitality and access to their new club building. Also, thanks to the following area volunteers who help out over the weekend.

PRO - Brendan Hogan RC - Autum Hoover Finish Boat (Saturday) John and Helga Paggi Scorer (Saturday) Helga Paggi Finish Boat (Sunday) - Jason Lutz & Dave Magno Scorer (Sunday) - Jason Lutz On the water Judging - Pris Gettis Protest Committee - Pris Gettis & Jan O'Malley Patrol Boat - Brian Harris and Eric Caccopardo

Score summary

SchoolTeamATOT
1RyeMatthew Wallace '213232
2SevernOwen Hennessey '214545
3SevernRobby Meek '235252
4Trinity HallLauren Ehnot '207272
5Rye Neck8181
6Christian BrothersRyan Ehnot '228484
*7ChristchurchGannon Troutman '219393
*8SevernPatrick Dolan '219393
9SevernThomas Sitzmann '239797
10Aidan Cunningham '22102102
11ChristchurchNathan Smith '20107107
12St. Augustine PrepZachary York '20135135
13Brooklyn TechJasper Waldman '20142142
14Rye Country DayGrant Halpern '22159159
15RanneyBrooke Schmelz '21162162
16Josh Becher '22163163
17RyeMadeline Saffer '20198198
18Rye Country DayAlexa Shea '22201201
19St. Augustine PrepPatrick York '20224224
20Norfolk AcademyPaul Trudell '22228228
21Archbishop SpaldingGriffin Richardson '21232232
22FairportCameron Bernabei '21236236
23Leonardtown HighTyler Egeli '20247247
24Norfolk AcademyJennifer Permenter '21250250
25Great MillsLucy Paskoff '20255255
26TowsonReese Meyers '22281281
27FairportAdam Strobridge '22292292
28Izzy Wu-Karr '22302302
29MercyClementine Matzky '21306306
30Annika Kaelin '24319319
31Tate Bothner '22321321
32Christian BrothersNoah Kuzloski '23363363
33Rumson-Fair HavenSophie Harrington '22381381
**34Marine Academy of ScWill Kernan '23396396
**35Trinity HallElla Bilow '22396396
Sym.Explanation
*Head-to-head tiebreaker
**Alphabetical

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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