Six teams made it here, four sailed, and we had 4 races today in a very robust NE wind that was averaging about 13-14 knots with a peak recorded gust of 24 knots. The races were 4-leg W/L and showcased competitive, good sailing. We used the moored J/145 as a very comfortable committee boat, and thanks very much to our volunteer student-race committee. The wind steadily notched up as the morning wore on, and in the last race we had 2 capsizes and decided to call it for the day. Good thing too, as the wind did become "un-sailable" after lunch, with winds reaching 28 knots. Our marina was not happy with the last-minute regatta, so we are going to call it an event for this weekend. In addition, tomorrow's forecast looks to be just about more of the same. Thanks for coming, it was great to meet some new sailors, and on behalf of traveling sailors everywhere, very sorry for the manner in which this girls regatta was cancelled.
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|2||Great Mills High School||Hornets||9||9|
|3||Mercy High School||Monarchs||16||16|
|4||Webster Central Schools||Webster Central s||18||18|
|*||5||Buffalo Seminary||Red-Tailed Hawks||28||28|
|*||6||Towson High School||Generals||28||28|
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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