The 2014 version of the Connecticut State Championships was highlighted with lots of early rain, strong ebbing current all day and light breeze out of the N-NE. Fourteen of the twenty competing teams hail from Connecticut with New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maine also being represented. Racing started a little after 10:00am with A- Division in 420's and B-Division in FJ's. All courses were W-4 using an offset mark and gates. A total of three races were completed in each division with several delays caused by lack of wind. After postponing ashore until 3:00pm at which point the regatta was called and the Thames River was glass.
A special thank you to Jim Perkins who without his dedication the event would not be possible. Also, thank you to the Coast Guard Academy Sailing Team Cadets who ran the races, scored the regatta and kept Jacobs Rock in tact for the day!
|1||Choate Rosemary Hall||Varsity||6||8||14|
|*||2||The Hotchkiss School||Varsity||9||19||28|
|*||3||Toms River North||Varsity||11||17||28|
|4||Staples High School||Varsity||14||20||34|
|5||Lewiston Porter High School||Varsity||17||23||40|
|**||7||Darien High School||Varsity||30||17||47|
|**||8||Interscholastic Sailing Association||Unregistered ME Team||17||30||47|
|9||Fairfield Ludlowe High School||Varsity||27||23||50|
|10||Southern Regional High School||Varsity||38||19||57|
|11||Branford High School||Hornets||25||38||63|
|12||Stamford High School||Varsity||34||34||68|
|13||Xavier High School||Varsity||42||32||74|
|14||Conestoga High School||Varsity||34||44||78|
|16||The Williams School||Varsity||44||45||89|
|17||Fairfield Warde High School||Fairfield Warde||53||44||97|
|18||Daniel Hand High School||Varsity||59||47||106|
|19||The Sound School||Varsity||55||53||108|
|20||Princeton High School||Varsity||50||59||109|
|*||Number of high-place (1) finishes|
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.