NJISA 2015 Spring Championship


Saturday, March 28:

It was a chilly morning with temperatures in the mid-30's, under partly cloud skies, when ten NJ high school sailing teams arrived at Toms River Yacht Club for the NJISA 2015 Spring Fleet Championship.

Temperatures did not get above the low 40°'s, even when the sun came out, and the sailors were met with brisk, shifty and gusty NNW to NW breezes averaging in the 10-18mph range throughout the day. The mark boat was kept busy resetting the course due to oscillations of up to 45°, which also presented challenging conditions for the sailors. Ten races were completed in each division, for total of twenty races for the day. All races were completed today so no there will be no racing Sunday.

Congratulations to the CBA Colts, coming out on top of the fleet with 61 points. Second place went to the Southern Rams with 70 points and 3rd to the Toms River North Mariners with 84 points.

The top teams from this regatta will advance onto the MASSA District Mallory Qualifier and the MASSA District Silver Championship in two weeks.

Senior US Sailing Judge Harry Foote was on call, but the only protest filed was withdrawn. Thanks AGAIN to Dave Magno for bundling up his his ski gear and PDF attire, who along with Robby Gearon, kept the course as square as possible all day. Thanks also to Mike Neubelt for enduring the wind and cold standing on the RC boat all day helping with line sighting and scoring.

As usual, thanks to OCC and Toms River Yacht Club for the sue of their fleet of boats and facilities.

Sunday, March 29:

All races completed Saturday

Score summary

1Christian BrothersColts392261
2Southern RegionalRams353570
3Toms River  NorthMariners216384
4Toms River  SouthIndians434487
5Rumson-Fair HavenBulldogs404888
6Donovan CatholicGriffins5363116
8PrincetonLittle Tigers8636122
9Point Pleasant BeachGarnett Gulls8082162
10Perth AmboyPanthers96100196

Score history

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.

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