The day started with sunshine and a light westerly, which came around to SW and was ideal for racing for a two sets. Then the rain came, which ate the wind. The RC worked very hard to get race 6B in but the breeze would not cooperate and eventually it was abandoned and race 6A was tossed out in accordance with ISSA PR.
Thanks to the Tabor coaches and sailors who blew whistle, moved marks, and help make the regatta run smoothly. And thanks to Mary Pierce and her band of four judges who kept everyone on the straight and narrow. Two RAF were recorded. Finally, congratulations to the top six - Tabor Academy, St George's, Portsmouth Abbey, Barnstable HS, Moses Brown and East Greenwich HS - who all qualified for the Herreshoff Finals at Bowdoin May 11-12, 2019.
|2||St. George's School||Dragons||16||12||28|
|3||Portsmouth Abbey School||Ravens||26||15||41|
|5||Moses Brown School||Quakers||28||34||62|
|6||East Greenwich High School||Avengers||34||41||75|
|7||Sandwich High School||Blue Knights||25||56||81|
|8||Bishop Stang High||Spartans||41||41||82|
|9||Natick High School||Redhawks||40||47||87|
|10||Middletown High School||Islanders||39||49||88|
|11||Dartmouth High School||Indians||48||45||93|
|12||Wellesley High School||Raiders||56||43||99|
|13||Rogers High School||Vikings||63||47||110|
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.
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