Light and shifty, not enough breeze to race until afternoon. 4 races were completed in shifty, flat water, building conditions.
After an on shore postponement to be sure the thunder storms were far enough away, the ILCAs launched around 10:15am.
The first 2 of 3 races were completed in a wavy 10-14kt NE. The final race saw a big squall line come through and raise the breeze close to 20kts.
|1||Lake Forest High School||Tristan McDonald '24||16||16|
|2||Lake Forest High School||Charlie Gish '24||22||22|
|3||Lake Forest Academy||Matthew Sexton '24||24||24|
|4||St. Ignatius HS - Cleveland, OH||Adam Starck '25||39||39|
|5||Worthington Kilbourne||Mason Mattice '24||40||40|
|6||New Albany High School||Beylan Gode '25||43||43|
|7||Rocky River High School||Buck Rathbun '24||49||49|
|8||Thomas Worthington High School||Finn Mahoney '25||50||50|
|9||West Bloomfield High School||Brent Armstrong '25||57||57|
|10||Bexley High School||Henry Elmore '25||71||71|
|11||East Grand Rapids||Henry Feyen '25||73||73|
|12||Olentangy Liberty High School||Jacob Hartong '26||88||88|
|13||St. Paul Academy (MN)||Paul Wang '23||92||92|
|14||John Hersey High School||Tyson Halper '24||101||101|
|15||New Trier HS||Charles Dischner '26||102||102|
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.