Beautiful evening on Newport Harbor. Fourteen of the 15 Rhode Island High School Sailing Teams were present. All teams sailed well and were respectful competitors. Parents and volunteers of the local high schools were grilling burgers and dogs for spectators at the Alofsin Pier. A nice southwest breeze averaging 12 - 15 knots was also shifty, providing good but challenging conditions for all sailors.
Congratulations to St. George's for winning the Rhode Island State Championships this year and two Prout and Portsmouth High School for placing second and third respectively.
Hosted by Rogers High School, Middletown High School and Prout High School out of Sail Newport, Brad Read (MHS), Taylor Rock (RHS) and Joe Cooper (Prout) all worked together to coordinate four races in each division. The courses were W4 and W3.
|1||St. George's School||Dragons||13||8||21|
|2||The Prout School||Crusades||11||14||25|
|3||Portsmouth High School RI||Partriots||11||16||27|
|4||Moses Brown School||Quakers||20||12||32|
|5||North Kingstown High School||Skippers||14||23||37|
|6||Barrington High School||Varsity||24||26||50|
|7||Portsmouth Abbey School||Ravens||29||27||56|
|8||Middletown High School||Islanders||26||41||67|
|9||Providence Country Day||Providence Country D||37||32||69|
|10||East Greenwich High School||Varsity||39||37||76|
|11||Rogers High School||Vikings||43||40||83|
|12||Rocky Hill School||Varsity||46||38||84|
|13||St. Marys Academy Bay View||Varsity||53||51||104|
|14||Classical High School||Classical||57||55||112|
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.