Sailors arrived for the competitors meeting at 1400 Saturday and were greeted with sunny skies and a 7-9 knot northerly breeze. Racing commenced with the Lasers shortly thereafter and the Radials were started as the Lasers made their way up the windward leg. Courses were windward/leeward with the start/finish in the middle. Three races were completed for both the Lasers and Radials.
Sailors reported at 0930 Sunday morning. The wind had shifted to the south and increased to 12-15 knots with partly cloudy skies. Once again the fleet headed across Lewis Bay for racing with the Lasers starting first. The wind direction was consistent with gusts providing a challenge for some of the sailors. The Lasers completed a double round robin with five races for the day and eight for the regatta. The Radials completed eight races for the day for a round robin of eleven for the regatta. Congratulations to Thad Lettsome (Tabor), Jack Fisher (St. George's), and Aidan Brown (Cape Elizabeth HS) who will represent NESSA at the Cressy Singlehanded national championship in Santa Barbara November 2/3, 2019.
|1||Tabor Academy||Thad Lettsome '20||9||9|
|2||St. George's School||Jack Fisher '20||15||15|
|3||Cape Elizabeth High School||Aidan Brown '20||25||25|
|4||Xavier High School||Damian Bianchi '22 *||32||32|
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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