2016 PCISA Silver PCC's


Saturday, April 16:

Saturday, April 16: Twenty-five PCISA teams arrived at EYC on Saturday morning to compete for the 2016 Silver Championships. After a one-hour postponement, light and variable southerly breezes gave way to the predicted westerly which built from 8 knots in the early afternoon, to a steady 15-2 knot gusts later in the day. A division completed six races and B division 4. We will start Sunday with race 5B.

Sunday, April 17:

Sunday, April 17: Sunday started with another one-hour postponement and hit the course for a 11:35 first warning. Racing resumed as a nice westerly worked down the estuary, and each division completed two more sets in shifty, 5 to 8 knot breezes before the racing ended by the 4 PM time limit. A total of 8 races were completed in each division for the regatta. Following the completion of protest hearings, the competitors gathered for an award ceremony and more great food from the EYC volunteers. Congratulations to the Newport Harbor High School team, who sailed consistently well in all conditions.

Score summary

1Newport HarborSailors 1332255
2Newport HarborSailors 34358101
3Corona del MarCDM Sea Kings 15157108
4Newport HarborSailors 28332115
5Corona del MarCDM Sea Kings 210629135
6St. Ignatius CollegeVarsity8469153
7Monte VistaMustangs8474158
11Rolling Hills PrepHuskies9393186
12Mater DeiMonarchs82112194
13Corona del MarCDM Sea Kings 312283205
15Sir Francis DrakeVarsity90139229
16SF University HSRed Devils136104240
18The Bay  of San FranBreakers83159242
19La JollaVikings142130272
21TamalpaisRed Tailed Hawks148129277
22Torrey PinesFalcons123156279
23Marin CatholicWildcats145139284
25JSerra CatholicLions194195389
26Corona del MarCDM Sea Kings 4216216432

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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