Epic Gaucho conditions on Saturday, March 9 starting with a light southerly that increased and shifted to the west maxing out at 15-20 knots. Awesome effort by coaches, competitors, and RC to get the Silver B out racing in the bigger breeze and doing very decently! Racing and rotations went smoothly which allowed for 6 races for both divisions in Gold and 6 races for Silver A and 4 for Silver B. Two requests for redress were filed and three protests resulting in two breakdowns awarded and one disqualification.
Thank you very much to the coaches who went out of their way to prep Silver B for the bigger conditions and to the Race Committee who was on top of everything, keeping the course square and playing safety the whole way along.
Lighter breeze on Sunday and a forecast that predicted less was accurate, but it didn't stop racing much at all. Breeze ranged from 3-5 knots getting up to the 7-8 range in the very last set. In the end, there were 10 races for Gold in both divisions and 8 for Silver. It was challenging racing as the weekend never really lent itself to standard Santa Barbara conditions and kept sailors on their tows with heads out of the boat trying to predict the next shift. A strong up coast current also made for some very interesting starts and time and distance practice, especially as the breeze shifted around and changed the angle of the current to the course.
One request for redress was filed and multiple protests were heard, but all were disallowed.
Thank you again to all the competitors, parents, coaches, and volunteers who made this a great event. Thank you also to everyone who went out of their way to pick up trash and keep our waters clean!
Congratulations to Point Loma, who claimed 1st, 3rd, and 4th and to Newport Harbor for finishing 2nd. Hometown heroes, Santa Barbara High School rounded out the top five in Gold.
Congratulations to Silver teams led by Mater Dei in 1st, Acalanes in 2nd, Palos Verdes in 3rd, Tamalpais in 4th, and Coronado rounding out the top five.
|1||Mater Dei High School||Monarchs||33||24||57|
|2||Acalanes High School||Dons||47||37||84|
|3||Palos Verdes High School||Sea Kings 1||41||51||92|
|4||Tamalpais High School||Red Tailed Hawks 1||59||65||124|
|6||Ernest J. McBride||Wolfpack||115||47||162|
|*||7||New West Charter||Eagles||105||65||170|
|*||8||College Park High School||Falcons||73||97||170|
|*||9||Long Beach Sato Academy of Mathematics and Science||Ryūj Dragon||126||44||170|
|10||Design Tech High School||d.tech||63||109||172|
|11||Santa Monica High School||Vikings||69||115||184|
|12||Redwood High School||Giants||121||64||185|
|13||South Torrance High School||Spartans||79||109||188|
|14||Tamalpais High School||Red Tailed Hawks 2||121||91||212|
|16||Campolindo High School||Cougars||76||153||229|
|17||Torrey Pines High School||Falcons 1||152||90||242|
|18||Pacific Palisades Charter High School||Pacific Palisades Ch||121||140||261|
|19||Torrey Pines High School||Falcons 2||137||135||272|
|20||Palos Verdes High School||Sea Kings 2||148||143||291|
|22||Carmel High School||Padres||151||MRP||160||MRP||311|
|23||Redondo Union High School||Sea Hawks||176||169||345|
|24||Blue and Gold||Varsity||163||202||MRP||365|
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