Regatta Summary SAISA North Points #1 Oct. 12, 2019
A great regatta to kickoff the fall 2019 North Points season. A regatta record sixteen varsity and five JV teams from NC, SC and GA competed in the SAISA North Points #1 regatta at Cross Winds Boating Center on the beautiful inland venue on Lake Jordan. Twelve races were completed in 6-10 knots breezes out of the Southwest with 10-15 with moderate shifts. The racing was extremely tight on the WL twice around course, with excellent starts, highly competitive upwind legs, tight mark roundings and many close finishes. The velocity changes along with 10-15 degree oscillating shifts, put a premium on boat speed and upwind tactics.
Cape Fear Academy (Wilmington NC) sailed very strong winning A division and finishing 5th in B to take the overall trophy. John Paul II (Beaufort, SC) came on strong at the end winning B division and finished 2nd overall. Porter-Gaud (Charleston SC) held the lead most of the day, but dropped back to third in the final two races. James Island (Charleston) finished 4th and Beaufort (SC) finished 5th overall. Onshore The RTP HS Program always rolls out the red carpet with hot dog and chili lunch provided during racing and a fun dinner after the racing on Saturday.
|1||Cape Fear Academy||CFA Varsity||13||35||48|
|2||John Paul II (SC)||Varsity||36||19||55|
|4||James Island Charter High School||Varsity||36||31||67|
|5||Beaufort High School||Varsity||26||42||68|
|6||John T. Hoggard High School||Hoggard||47||33||80|
|7||Hough High School||Varsity||58||33||91|
|8||Lake Norman High School||Wildcats||59||38||97|
|9||Wando High School||Wando Warriors||67||45||112|
|10||Green Hope High School||Varsity||65||53||118|
|11||Academic Magnet High School||Raptors A||58||67||125|
|12||Richmond Hill High School||Varsity||74||56||130|
|13||The Walker School||Wolverines||51||80||131|
|15||Pine Lake Prep||Varsity||66||72||138|
|16||Bishop England High School||Bishops||92||93||185|
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.