Saturday greeted sailors with little breeze- 4-6kts from the north. After a short wind delay in the morning, racing began at 12:30. With 4 fleets (including NWICSA college sailors), our lovely PRO John Renehan was able to complete 8 races for the laser standards, and 7 for the radials.
Sunday morning races began at 10:30 with 6kts from the north and deceptively wavy conditions making for some interesting races. Breeze built to 8kts and back down again, keeping sailors on their toes. Racing was close, but after another 9 races for each fleet, Axel Stordhal and Conrad Miller placed first in the Standard and Radial fleets respectively, earning their chance to represent NWISA at the national level.
|1||Benson Polytechnic High School||Conrad Miller '21||49||49|
|2||Gig Harbor High School||Dayne Hall '22||67||67|
|3||Ballard High School||Erik Anderson '21||70||70|
|4||Sehome High School||Natalie Serbousek '21||87||87|
|5||Ballard High School||Catie Vandervort '22||90||90|
|6||King's High School||Isabelle McNabb '22||96||96|
|7||Sehome High School||Sammy Farkas '23||101||101|
|8||Bainbridge High School||Barret Lhamon '22||110||110|
|9||Friday Harbor High School||Marina West '22||119||119|
|10||Garfield High School||Colin Olson '22||124||124|
|11||Lakeside School||Advik Eswaran '23||151||151|
|12||Wilson High School||Piper Easton '21||197||197|
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.