Laser South


Saturday, September 10:

Racing began in the Severn River this morning at 10am in a northerly breeze between 3 and 5 knots. Two races were sailed before the breeze faded and sailors took a 40 minute lunch break at 11:45. After lunch the fleet was relocated to Annapolis Harbor and then again to the Navy N Cove where lots of waiting for breeze occurred. Eventually 4 more races were completed in the cove in very light conditions to bring the total to 6 races on the day.

Nice effort by the sailors with keeping things honest. No protests were filed and zero rule 42 penalties were given out. Thanks to our team of Midshipmen for moving marks all day in the light and shifty breeze. And another big thank you to our Rule 42 enforcer today, Herb Larrabee.

Sunday, September 11:

Sailors arrived to the RCC to some pretty dense fog and zero wind. The fleet was then postponed ashore until noon when an very light southerly began to fill in Annapolis Harbor. The breeze eventually solidified and 3 races were completed before the wind totally died at around 4pm. One minor scuff occurred in race 8 which resulted in two RAFs. All races for the weekend were W4s with a windward offset and a gate. Congratulations to the top 6 boats who will advance to the MAISA Singlehanded Championships to be held at KP on September 24 and 25.

Score summary

1GeorgetownChris Barnard '131010
2PennsylvaniaMichael Russom '133434
3St. Mary'sJohn Wallace '144747
*4Old DominionGavin Rudolph '127070
*5Old DominionCollin Leon '137070
6NavyGeorge Prieto '137575
7NavyPhilip Youngberg '157777
8PennsylvaniaJack Swikart '157979
9GeorgetownMatthew Gowell '148585
10GeorgetownMichael Schalka '138787
11Old DominionScott Hoffmann '148989
*12Washington CollegeSam Fitzgerald '14114114
*13HamptonAndrew Shoemaker '15114114
14NavyGabriel Tang '15117117
15NavyCharles Peck '15119119
16St. Mary'sNicholas Clemence '15124124
17St. Mary'sWick Dudley '12125125
18George WashingtonHussain Patel '13140140
19Washington CollegeEdwin Strong '15158158
20George WashingtonIan Connors '13159159
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

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