Ran 5 races, all W-L twice around with gates. Wind started at 6 knots out of 320 with the tail end of the flood. Current switched during race 2 to end the day with a full on ebb. Breeze settled in around 290 and built to 15 knots by race 5. 6 General Recalls. No protests filed. Thank you to the PY High School sailors and parents for helping to run the races!
Five races again today in similar conditions. 3 races in 6-8 knots and a flood. The last 2 races of the day were in an ebb and breeze built to 15 knots. A big thank you to the PYSF sailors, parents and coaches for running races. And to Bryan McDonald, John Vandemoer, Greg Meagher and Andrew Rist for being on call for protests! Congrats to the sailors advancing to Nationals (and so cool to see sailors from Park City make the trek!!).
|1||Whittier Christian High School||Nicholas Mueller '23||25||25|
|2||Marin Academy||Tor Svendsen '23||33||33|
|3||The Grauer School||Devon Owen '23||36||36|
|4||Mater Dei High School||Morgan Pinckney '23||40||40|
|5||Mater Dei High School||Tate Christopher '25||50||50|
|6||Point Loma High School||Oscar Parzen '26||67||67|
|7||Point Loma High School||Harrison Strom '24||76||76|
|8||California Pacific Charter Sonoma||Talia Hamlin '26||91||91|
|9||La Jolla Country Day School||Ben Conroy '24||101||101|
|10||Branson School||Tyler Yang '25||106||106|
|11||Parker||Ava Gustafson '24||107||107|
|12||Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory||Ethan Sargent '23||109||109|
|13||Laguna Blanca School||Hudson Mayfield '23||127||127|
|14||Dos Pueblos||Jack Forgea '23||129||129|
|15||Mission Bay High School||Sarah Ozaki '25||140||140|
|16||Park City High School||Calvin Marsh '24||152||152|
|17||Mater Dei High School||Brady Kennedy '25||158||158|
|18||Sterne High School||Michele Biral '24||175||175|
|19||Silver Summit Academy||Morgan Vesco '26||187||187|
|20||Park City High School||Hudson Underhill '26||196||196|
|21||Park City High School||Zachary Smith '24||205||205|
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