The 2019 SAISA Singlehanded District Championships, hosted by Ransom Everglades School, started off with a 9:30am competitors meeting. As rain pounded outside, skippers were told of the strong conditions outside, including gusts to 25 knots and whiteout rainstorms.
The first race started around 10:45am, with 7 races completed by 4:30 pm.
In the Full-Rig division, Alex Gonzalez '20 from Coral Shores High School dominated the races, and he was trailed behind by Antonio Miranda '20 from Immaculata La Salle High School.
Sailors will report for a 9:30 start on Sunday, with sunny, but similarly windy conditions expected.
The second day of racing at the SAISA Singlehanded District Championships started with races at 9:30am, and by 3:10pm, 8 races had been completed.
Sailors endured similarly windy conditions, with gusts to 20 knots and choppy waters. The rain stayed away though, leading to very competitive and athletic races.
Lucas Sawin '20 from Crown Leadership Academy, Alex Gonzalez'20 from Coral Shores, and Antonio Miranda '20 from Immaculata La Salle qualified to the 2019 ISSA Cressy Singlehanded National Championship Regatta.
Very special thanks to Ransom Everglades School, PRO Jaime Ramon, the Ransom Athletics Department, and all volunteers and Booster parents for making this year's event possible!
|1||Crown Leadership Academy||Lucas Sawin '20||31||31|
|2||Coral Shores High School||Alex Gonzalez '20||32||32|
|3||Immaculata La Salle High School||Antonio Miranda '20||44||44|
|4||Sarasota High School||Matthew King '20||56||56|
|5||Ransom Everglades School||Lachlain Mc Granahan '20||74||74|
|6||Gulliver Preparatory School||Kyle Bramson '20||112||112|
|7||H. B. Plant High School||Thomas Weiss '20||126||126|
|*||8||James Island Charter High School||Mason Baird '22||127||127|
|*||9||Riverview High School||Peter Eberley '21||127||127|
|10||South Fork High School||Kenan Walsh '20||138||138|
|11||Ransom Everglades School||Louis La Fontisse '21||146||146|
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.