The Weather app was right! Seas were choppy with cloudy blue skies. Weather was chilly in the low 60s. Winds were low (4 to 11 knots) with significant guts to 18; blowing westerly clocking west- northwest. Needless to say, we experienced some capsizing today!
13 teams from 11 schools participating in today’s regatta. We were able to complete 16 W4 races. Congratulations to the mighty Oaks from Norfolk Collegiate for capturing 1st place, followed by the superb Saints from Nansemond-Suffolk Academy and and rounding out in 3rd place the fighting Bulldogs from Norfolk Academy!
Thank you to our wonderful Joe Kilgore for performing your PRO duties with a smile! We also wanted to thank the race committee, we couldn’t be successful without you. Special thanks goes out to Walter McKenna for the wonderful snacks on the start/finish boat. We did not leave hungry! Lastly, we wanted to thank the ever-so-popular and loved Joan Patterson for her continued guidance and support!
|1||Norfolk Collegiate School||Oaks 1||14||22||36|
|4||Hampton Roads Academy||Navigators||49||27||76|
|5||Norfolk Collegiate School||Oaks 2||63||43||106|
|6||Grafton High School||Varsity||48||59||107|
|7||Granby High School||Comets||73||46||119|
|8||Maury High School||Commodores||70||50||120|
|9||York High School||Varsity||72||61||133|
|10||Poquoson High School||Islanders 2||59||108||167|
|11||Poquoson High School||Islanders 1||80||94||174|
|12||The Hague School||The Hague||96||88||184|
|13||Kecoughtan High School||Warriors||97||109||206|
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.