Ideal conditions blessed Santa Barbara for the PCISA Singlehanded Qualifier. 10 female and 27 male competitors took to the water with a light southwesterly and a fairly strong up coast current that resulted in several general recalls for the men. The women took advantage of the slow start for the men and rattled off nine races to the men's eight. Conditions stayed light through the first four races until the wind shifted right to a stable 240 degrees at which time, the breeze picked up into the low teens. There were no protests filed and it was a beautiful day of sailing.
Thank you to Jeff and Jon Seawards, Jeff and Andra Escola, Ed Marini, Lander Nicolait, and Joel for outstanding RC. Thank you also to the SB Youth Sailing Foundation for loaning their boats for the coaches.
Another glorious day of SB sailing. Wind picked up to 7-10 knots by the time the first race was started. A couple more general recalls for the men (due to strong up course current) led to the women getting a jump start on the guys yet again. Ultimately, the women finished 14 races for the regatta around 2:30pm and sailed in for some pizza while the guys fought it out for their last races to get up the 14 race mark as well. Congratulations to Maddie and Siena Nichols on qualifying for ILCA High School Women's Nationals!
No protests were filed in the women's division.
|1||Corona del Mar High School||Siena Nichols '27||32||32|
|2||Corona del Mar High School||Maddie Nichols '27||46||46|
|3||Parker||Ava Gustafson '24||48||48|
|*||4||San Marcos High School||Taylor Escola '27||67||67|
|*||5||Mater Dei High School||Madison Mansour '25 *||67||67|
|6||Parker||Emily Otto '26||81||81|
|7||Cathedral Catholic High School||Carlin Fretwell '26||89||89|
|8||Sato Academy of Mathematics and Science||Jessica Green '25||92||92|
|9||Point Loma High School||Kaya Hancock '26||124||124|
|10||Park City High School||Miners||145||MRP||145|
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