Bluster Southeast Winds and a cold rain prevailed through out the day. Sailors stayed warm between rotations in the West Community Hall, enjoying hot soup prepared by the Bossman, PRO Scott Boye and team did an excellent job keeping the racing going through out the day, multiple capsizes on the race course kept the safety boats busy as well. A 40 degree Westerly shift and hypothermia slowing setting in on the mark set and judges boats stopped racing for the day around 4pm, with the host Orcas team holding a slim lead over gig Harbor and Bainbridge Island. A huge thanks goes out to the on water team that made the racing happen.
Clearing Skies and a moderate West wind was the name of the game,lots of great racing took place with Orcas in the end squeaking out the win over Gig Harbor, Olympia was right on Gig Harbors heels took third.Thanks to Orcas Island Yacht Club for helping host the annually great regatta!
|1||Orcas High School||Vikings||59||42||101|
|2||Gig Harbor High School||Tides||38||65||103|
|3||Olympia High School||Bears||58||60||118|
|4||Bainbridge High School||Spartans||57||72||129|
|5||Sehome High School||Mariners||76||67||143|
|6||Ingraham High School||Rams||41||130||171|
|7||Capital High School||Cougars||79||111||190|
|8||Charles Wright Academy||Tarriers||99||105||204|
|9||North Kitsap High School||Dogfish||166||97||263|
|10||Squalicum High School||Storm||174||96||270|
|11||Oak Harbor High School||Wildcats||156||121||277|
|12||Hood River Valley High School||Eagles||130||152||282|
|13||Port Townsend High School||Redhawks||155||142||297|
|14||Central Kitsap High School||Cougars||147||160||307|
|15||Inglemoor High School||Vikings||133||178||311|
|16||Nathan Hale High School||Raiders||213||144||357|
|17||Bellingham High School||Raiders||156||209||365|
|18||Anacortes High School||Seahawks||187||181||368|
|19||Seattle Academy of Arts & Sciences||Cardinals||157||226||383|
|20||Kingston High School||Varsity||235||196||431|
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