Sailors began arriving at the WSC clubhouse shortly before 1000 and with all the boats rigged and teams ready for the day, racing got underway promptly at 1100. Race 1A started in what looked to be a promising 4-6 knot southerly that filled evenly across the course, but soon the wind dropped out and the race was abandoned, sending sailors back to shore under postponement. Lunch was severed to all 46 sailors which seemed to signal the wind gods that it was time for racing. Races got back underway shortly after noon and kept going up until the 1600 deadline. In the end, 8 teams, representing 10 Oregon high schools sailed 6 races in each division. Racing remained tight all the way up until the last race, with only 6 points separating 2nd from 5th place! Congrats to Lincoln High School for an impressive finish! A big thanks to our on the water support lead by PRO Mark Sandifer as well as the Galley Crew lead by Mary Krummel. Many thanks again to the growing number of Oregon schools that traveled from outside the Portland area to fill out the fleet - we hope to see an even better turnout on April 5th
|1||Lincoln High School - Portland, OR||Varsity||12||11||23|
|2||Hood River Valley High School||Eagles 2||30||12||42|
|3||Riverdale High School||Mavericks||31||13||44|
|4||Newport High School||Cubs 2||13||33||46|
|5||Newport High School||Cubs 1||20||28||48|
|6||Interscholastic Sailing Association||Varsity||29||35||64|
|7||Wilsonville High School||Varsity||34||42||76|
|8||Hood River Valley High School||Eagles 1||41||42||83|
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.