PCISA Gaucho Regatta - Silver


Saturday, March 7:

An absolutely beautiful day blessed the sailors as they embarked on Santa Barbara. Conditions can be hairy in March, however we had a nice 5-10 knots from the southwest for the duration of the day with some reasonable and interesting shifts keeping the race course more open. The gold division got six races done in each division while silver finished six in A division and four in B division. There were three protests filed with one being withdrawn and the other two resulting in disqualifications. Two teams were also awarded breakdown. Thank you very much to the PCISA and the UCSB Sailing Team for the help in making day one great.

Sunday, March 8:

Despite questionable forecasts, Sunday turned out to be quite nice as well, although it was extremely shifty and light. The sun was out, however and the race committee was able to complete four more races in each division for gold rounding out a 20 race regatta, while silver got five more races in B division and 3 in a division for a total of 18 races for the regatta. There were two more protests filed resulting in disqualifications in the Silver fleet. Once again, thank you to the PCISA and the UCSB Sailing Team for making this event happen. Thank you also to the coaches and parents who put in incredible effort to get their sailors on the water for this event.

Score summary

3Sato Academy of MathDragons8742129
5Corona del MarSea Kings7262134
6Design Techd.tech 16975144
7Mira CostaMustangs63107170
8New West CharterEagles57114171
*11Design Techd.tech 2128102230
*12Ernest J. McBrideWolfpack80150230
14TamalpaisRed Tailed Hawks 2144107251
16Rolling Hills PrepHuskies150106256
17TamalpaisRed Tailed Hawks 1128135263
18Palos VerdesSea Kings105164269
19Marin AcademyWildcats118162280
21Oaks ChristianLions153170323
22Torrey PinesFalcons 2167MRP171MRP338
24Torrey PinesFalcons 1219MRP207MRP426
*Number of high-place (3) finishes

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.

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