Saturday, January 29:
Wind was barely a whisper. PRO Beka Schiff did the best she could to set a course and get three races in gold and two in silver off today. Thanks to all (kids/coaches/parents)for patience and good vibes as we waited on the breeze.
Sunday, January 30:
Slow start, but by noon we had solid breeze and perfect conditions to make up for yesterday. Sunny skies and steady 8 knot breeze made for great sailing. Thanks to PRO Beka Schiff for cranking out EIGHT races in both gold and silver (sixteen starts and finishes in one day...running the show solo from the RC boat!) and to the usual cast and crew of coaches for making yet another SoCal happen. See everyone in San Diego for the final event of the year March 19-20.
|1||Mater Dei High School||MONARCHS 2||33||33|
|2||Sato Academy of Mathematics and Science||Dragons 2||41||41|
|3||Corona del Mar High School||Sea Kings 1||42||42|
|4||Mater Dei High School||MONARCHS 1||44||44|
|5||Sato Academy of Mathematics and Science||Dragons 1||70||70|
|6||Long Beach Wilson High School||Bruins||77||77|
|7||Ernest J. McBride||Wolfpack||81||81|
|8||South Torrance High School||Spartans||86||86|
|9||Corona del Mar High School||Sea Kings 4||91||91|
|10||Corona del Mar High School||Sea Kings 2||110||110|
|11||Corona del Mar High School||Sea Kings 3||115||115|
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.