2023 Fall MDISA Keelboat Championship Qualifier hosted by ANNAPOLIS YACHT CLUB:
The MDISA District held a one-day Keelboat Qualifier for the MASSA Championship on October 22nd, 2023. Key School, Annapolis High, Indian Creek, Severna Park and St. Mary's High School (MD) co-hosted the Championship with the Annapolis Yacht Club in their Fleet of J22s. Eleven teams from the MDISA District competed for the top 5 qualifying spots. Team weigh in, rigging of the boats, and dock call was approximately around 1500 hours and Harbor Start was around 1645 hours. The first race commenced at 1704 hours. The Race Committee completed 5 races before the sun set at 1837 hours. Winds ranged from 4-7 knots throughout the Qualifier with temperatures in the mid-60s. Signal Boat Docking Time was 1902 hours.
Archbishop Spalding and Severn School tied for 1st place (each with 12 points), with Spalding winning the tiebreaker with 3 bullets. Congratulations to the Cavaliers! Congratulations to the top 5 schools for qualifying for the 2023 Fall MASSA Keelboat Championship hosted by the Annapolis Yacht Club on October 22nd, 2023. Scores were very tight and the top three teams were only separated by 2 points!
Key School and St. Mary's School would like to thank the Annapolis Yacht Club's Waterfront Staff (Coach Mitch J. Powell, Signal Boat Scorer Hollis Barth, and Jr. Fleet Staff) for hosting the event in their club's Fleet of J22s and allowing coaches to use AYC's coach boat resources. Thank you to all teams for traveling so far to compete on a school night.
Good Luck to our top 5 MDISA teams advancing to the Semi-Finals on the road to Keelboat Nationals in St. Petersburg, FL in early December!
|4||St. Mary's High School (MD)||Saints||24||24|
|5||Leonardtown High School||Raiders||27||27|
|6||Sts. Peter & Paul||Sabres||34||34|
|*||7||Jackson-Reed High School||Tigers||40||40|
|*||8||Broadneck High School||Bruins||40||40|
|9||Annapolis High School||Panthers||41||41|
|11||Indian Creek School||Eagles||44||44|
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.