NJISA Spring Fleet Series Final


Wednesday, May 17:

Seasonably warm temperatures. clear skies and a southeasterly breeze made for a beautiful afternoon of sailing for the final NJISA Wednesday afternoon fleet series of the Spring 2017 season. Twelve high schools, making up 15 teams sailed on the river in front of Toms River Yacht Club, completing four W4 races in each division in an oscillating 8-10 mph SE breeze.

The Ranney Panthers finished on top again this week with a total of 17 total points. The Southern Regional Rams finished the afternoon in second with 32 points and Toms River South Indians ended up in third with their 41 total points. The top three schools overall were in the same 1-2-3 order in A division with Ranney, Southern and the Trinity Hall Monarchs the top three schools in B Division.

Thank you to Dave Magno for keeping the course square and patrolling the course, and as always, thank you to Toms River Yacht Club and Ocean County College for the use of their faculties and fleet of boats.

Score summary

1RanneyPanthers 112517
2Southern RegionalRams171532
3Toms River  SouthIndians 1172441
4Rumson-Fair HavenBulldogs182442
5Trinity HallMonarchs212243
6Christian BrothersColts 1252247
7Toms River  NorthMariners232851
8Toms River  SouthIndians 2342559
9St. Augustine PrepHermits205070
10Red Bank CatholicCaseys433477
11Donovan CatholicGriffins503282
12Christian BrothersColts 2484290
13Central RegionalEagles5152103
14RanneyPanthers 25351104
15Toms River EastRaiders5055105

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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