Lawrence A. White Invitational


Saturday, October 8:

Busy weekend at the Coast Guard Academy with Parents Weekend taking place. Early showers gave way to sunshine throughout the day. Races before lunch were sailed in NNW winds ranging from 6-10 knots. Four A Division races and six B Division races were sailed before a brief lunch break. After lunch the westerly was fighting the northwesterly with a strong ebb current that got the racing spreads out. A total of nine races were sailed in each division using a combination of W4 and W3 courses. A big shoutout to CGA Sailors, Will Spada, Luke Slosar, Julia Conneely, Parker O'Sullivan, Andrew Nichols, Hailey Johns, Jackson Burrows and Bradley Whiteway for running the races today. Racing is close at the top of the leaderboard with Christchurch in the lead heading into day two.

Sunday, October 9:

The divisions switched fleets on Sunday with A Div in FJ's and B Div in 420's. Seven more races were sailed in each division using W3 and W4 courses. Shifty breeze all day from West to Southwest ranging from 5-14 knots with increasing ebb all day. The strong current caused many individual and general recalls through racing. Another huge thank you to the Coast Guard Academy Sailors that took time away from their families on parents weekend to run the regatta: On Sunday: Jack Derry, Cheyenne Walters, Luke Zylinski, Ethan Brown, Aiana Cayao, Nic Reeser, Gabe Niles, Will Cory and Luc Bay. Congratulations to the Christchurch Seahorses for wining the 2022 Lawrence A. White Invitational!

Score summary

3St. George'sDragons8692178
5The Stony BrookBears86108194
6Lake ForestScouts12191212
7Christian BrothersColts129113242
8Donovan CatholicGriffins119127246
11Good Hope County DayPanthers140182322
13The PingryBig Blue229150379
14East GreenwichAvengers208182390
16Cape ElizabethCapers226223449
17Fairfield LudloweFalcons215255470

Score history

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.

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