MISSA Icebreaker


Saturday, March 25:

NE Wind decreasing steadily throughout the day. Sailed short races due to the urban confines of Belmont Harbor. RC did an excellent job at cranking them out and keeping the rotations moving. Pin boat very effective in calling between 2 and 20 boats over throughout the day.

One protest was filed and heard by Judge Ray Groble Sr. resulting in New Trier being DSQ.

Sunday, March 26:

Very foggy, light day with marginal sailing conditions. Again in Belmont harbor with SE breeze 3-5 knots and windward marks within 3 boats lengths of U dock and north docks. Corner impossible to bang due to this urban constraint,though good for HS sailing, should implement obstruction on every starboard and port layline (half-kidding).

Thanks to RC and all competitors and coaches for coming to the Icebreaker.

Score summary

2Walter Payton CollegVarsity6440104
3New Trier HSTrevian6665131
4St. Ignatius (IL)Mixed7359132
5St. Ignatius (IL)Wolfpack8944133
6U Chicago LaboratoryMixed6674140
7Detroit Country DayVarsity7284156
8East Grand RapidsEGR Varsity80111191
9West BloomfieldLakers Varsity118103221
10Evanston Township HSWildkits105122227
11Hinsdale CentralMixed99142241
13Loyola AcademyRamblers127148275
14Loyola AcademyGold162129291
15Lane Tech College PrVarsity156144300
16Hyman G. Rickover NaVarsity193184377

Score history

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