Fantastic day on the Lagoon yesterday with a fresh Northeasterly that somehow managed to last all day.
It was definitely one of the strongest fields we've ever hosted at the Arnold Brown and the excellent starts we're definitely the highlight of the day.
Managed to pull off eight races in each divisions and get everyone back on the five o'clock boat.
Andy Nutton had to go back to England which left me alone, but a huge thanks Gary Werden and Ben Greenfield for keeping things running smoothly on the beach and dealing with protests.
Lastly, a huge thanks to some of my Varsity sailors who worked hard all day moving marks and assisting me in all facets of race management.
Thanks to everyone who made the trip and congratulations to St. George's for their decisive victory.
Respectfully submitted, A. Burr
|1||St. George's School||Dragons||19||27||46|
|2||Barrington High School||Eagles||27||33||60|
|5||Portland High School||Bulldogs||40||58||98|
|*||6||Duxbury High School||Dragons||71||MRP||31||102|
|*||7||Marthas Vineyard RHS||Vineyarders||57||45||102|
|8||Sharon High School||Varsity||63||48||111|
|9||Marblehead High School||Fishwagons||54||68||122|
|10||Cape Elizabeth High School||Capers||58||65||123|
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