0-2 knots kept sailors onshore from 10am-3:30:pm. Sailors stayed busy with volleyball, spikeball, bags, and, of course, homework. At about 3:30pm, 6-8 knots filled in nicely from the SSE to get everyone on the water for a quick set. No protests were filed. Sailing Instructions were amended for a 9am first warning on Sunday, 10/10.
A small storm rolled through first thing in the morning, keeping sailors onshore until about 9:30am. A breeze of 8-15 knots brought great sailing conditions for the rest of the day. Winds started SSE and slowing shifted to the S, then SSW and ended SW for the last few sets. Great and fair racing by all competitor's, no protests were filled.
|1||Arrowhead High School||Warhawks||17||10||27|
|2||Minnetonka High School||Skippers||15||14||29|
|3||Sheboygan North High School (WI)||Raiders||30||32||62|
|4||Kettle Moraine High School||VARSITY||22||42||64|
|5||Wayzata High School||Navy||48||24||72|
|6||Orono High School||Spartans||22||57||79|
|*||7||Marquette University High School||Hill Toppers||55||43||98|
|*||8||Oconomowoc High School||Raccoons||46||52||98|
|10||Mounds Park Academy||Panthers||66||68||134|
|*||Number of high-place (3) finishes|
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