The IceBreaker Regatta was warm and sunny, and also cold and rainy. Three days in one, we saw winds from NE-SW. 0-12 knots. After juggling starting lines and marks it was all worth it. With a low team turnout we decided to run 1 division facilitating more sailing overall for everyone. Congrats to New Rochelle High School for joining ISSA and making it official. SBS and Mamaroneck had an opportunity to get four boats on the water all day. Great start to the season and we found a good time to quit before the small hail started. Thanks to the Stony Brook Regatta Crew--Brad Brummeler, David Tampellini, Brian Elliott, and Wally Henry.
|1||The Stony Brook School||Bears 4||12||12|
|2||The Stony Brook School||Bears 2||13||13|
|3||The Stony Brook School||Bears 1||29||29|
|4||Mamaroneck High School||Tigers 3||34||MRP||34|
|5||Mamaroneck High School||Tigers 1||43||43|
|6||Mamaroneck High School||Tigers 4||49||MRP||49|
|*||7||The Stony Brook School||Bears 5||51||51|
|*||8||The Stony Brook School||Bears 3||51||51|
|9||New Rochelle High School||New Rochelle||54||MRP||54|
|10||Mamaroneck High School||Tigers 2||74||MRP||74|
|*||Number of high-place (7) finishes|
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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