MISSA Cressy Single-handed Full Qualifier

Summary

Saturday, September 17:

This past weekend, Edgewater Yacht Club in Cleveland, OH was host to 49 sailors from 31 schools for the 2022 MISSA Cressy Single-handed Qualifiers. Sailors were treated to sunny skies, warm weather and medium to heavy winds from the Southwest over the two-day regatta held along the south shore of Lake Erie. Winds from the Southwest meant flat water and shifty conditions, and Principal Race Office Keven Eiber and her team of seasoned staff on the Race Committee worked efficiently and effectively to get in 12 fair races.

Sunday, September 18:

Edgewater Yacht Club in Cleveland, OH was host to 49 sailors from 31 schools for the 2022 MISSA Cressy Single-handed Qualifiers. Sailors were treated to sunny skies, warm weather and medium to heavy winds from the Southwest over the two-day regatta held along the south shore of Lake Erie. Winds from the Southwest meant flat water and shifty conditions, and Principal Race Office Keven Eiber and her team of seasoned staff on the Race Committee worked efficiently and effectively to get in 12 fair races.

The fleet was split into Standard / ILCA 7 division with 18 boats, and Radial / ILCA 6 division with 31 boats. Winning the Standard / ILCA 7 division was Henry Scholz from Lake Forest High School with 21 points, followed by Tristan McDonald from Lake Forest High School with 31 points in 2nd place, and Charlie Gish from Lake Forest High School with 45 points in 3rd place. Winning the Radial / ILCA 6 division was Peter Barnard St. Ignatius College Prep with 21 points, Owen Kohut from Lake Forest High School with 66 points in 2nd place, and Christian Prendergast Latin of Chicago with 67 points in 3rd place. The top three sailors from both divisions qualify for the ISSA Cressy Single-handed Nationals hosted by Old Dominion University the weekend of Oct 29th and 30th.

Congratulations to all sailors that competed, and good luck to those who qualified for Nationals. Many thanks to Edgewater Yacht Club, Joe Colling and Keven Eiber for working hard to host such a fun event.

Score summary

SchoolTeamATOT
1Lake ForestHenry Scholz '232121
2Lake ForestTristan McDonald '243131
3Lake ForestCharlie Gish '244545
4Lake Forest AcademyMatthew Sexton '245959
5New AlbanyBeylan Gode '258787
6Rocky RiverBuck Rathbun '249090
7RockfordGavin Van Manen '239494
8West BloomfieldBrent Armstrong '25106106
9Grosse Pointe SouthBrody Yeloushan '24117117
10Harrison Vanderground '24122122
*11BexleyHenry Elmore '25133133
*12Culver AcademiesXinshi (Jerry) Feng '23133133
13Olentangy Berlin HSNicholas Robertson '23144144
14Worthington KilbournMason Mattice '24149149
15Grosse IIeJimmy Souilliere '23166166
16Thomas WorthingtonFinn Mahoney '25179179
17Latin  of ChicagoDomenic Sacchetti '23199199
18Olentangy LibertyJacob Hartong '26205205
Sym.Explanation
*Number of high-place (3) finishes

Score history

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