Winds of 5-12 knots at 270-310 degrees with air temperatures in the mid-to high-70s saw and am ebbing tide for most of the racing. The racing started on time. General recalls were common as the current pulled competitors over the line for at least the first two rotations. The Protest Committee of Kevin Clark, Chris Davis, and Charles Hodgkins was busy by the afternoon with multiple hearings coordinated by scoring and land management lead Amy Stuffman. The PRO thanks them and the on-water teams of Kristin Connelly, Miles Engelhart, and Jim Govert on the start line, the mark-set team of Megan and Lindsay Grove, and the finish boat team of Ivan Teodorovic, Calin Smith, and Casey Cutler, as well as the EYC on-water and land staff.
Winds were stronger and more shifty, regularly shifting from 210 to 280. Racing started at 11:45am after a shifty lull filled in. Most of the races saw a course axis of 240-260. Winds built from 8-12 knots to steady 15-18 by the second rotations. The signal boat recorded a puff of 21knots just before the start of race 9B. While there were about five capsizes, all the sailors handled the conditions well, and there were no safety concerns. General recalls were once again common as the current remained an issue. The Protest Committee of Kevin Clark, Chris Davis, and Charles Hodgkins continued to hear protests from the previous day and several new protests. Amy Stuffman coordinated protests and handled the scoring with extreme diligence, completing final results by 4:30. The awards were presented at 4:50pm. The PRO thanks them and the on-water teams of Rob Benson, Miles Engelhart, and Jim Govert on the start line, the mark-set team of Megan and Lindsay Grove, and the finish boat team of Ivan Teodorovic, Calin Smith, and Ken Bodily, as well as the EYC on-water and land staff.
|1||Redwood High School||Giants||51||65||116|
|2||South Torrance High School||Spartans||87||50||137|
|3||Mater Dei High School||MONARCHS 1||70||68||138|
|4||St. Ignatius College Prep - San Francisco||Wildcats||99||52||151|
|5||Corona del Mar High School||Sea Kings||57||104||161|
|6||Acalanes High School||Dons||50||127||177|
|7||San Pedro High School||Pirates||81||105||186|
|8||Alameda High School||Hornets 2||109||79||188|
|9||Mater Dei High School||MONARCHS 2||130||61||191|
|10||Stevenson School||Pirates 1||89||106||195|
|11||Mira Costa High School||Mustangs||89||113||202|
|12||Design Tech High School||d.tech 1||146||75||221|
|13||The Nueva School||The Nueva||158||64||222|
|14||Alameda High School||Hornets 1||99||125||224|
|15||Stevenson School||Pirates 2||126||137||263|
|16||San Domenico High School||Panthers||94||189||283|
|17||Miramonte High School||Matadors||122||165||287|
|19||Design Tech High School||d.tech 2||171||155||326|
|20||SOTA High School||SOTA 1||179||149||328|
|21||Design Tech High School||d.tech 3||198||183||381|
|22||SOTA High School||SOTA 2||198||240||438|
|23||Tamalpais High School||Red Tailed Hawks||240||240||480|
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