Stoney Burke JV


Saturday, October 15:

Eighteen teams and 42 boats came from as far away as Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia for this year's Stoney Burke, sailed as in years past in Clipper Cove off of Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay. 18 of these boats competed in the JV division. This weekend's hotly anticipated storm came through in full force today, with a bizarre Southerly breeze altering between around 10 knots sustained to gusts of well over 20 to 25. Fortunately we had clear skies and were able to get off 4 races per division, although not without dozens of capsizes and crashes - even among the top boats!

Sunday, October 16:

Day two of Stoney Burke was likewise quite random, with on-and-off rain and an hour-and-a-half postponement due to no wind kicking off the morning. When it started filling in (although from various angles along a 180 degree spectrum), each division got off 3 additional races. We're glad the weather really came through this weekend - couldn't have asked for much better, really. Congrats to USC for their last place finish. No real need to thank our friends, family, and alumni (esp. Jon Paulsen on start boat and Bryan McDonald on protests) for opening their hearts and spending their weekend with us; we honestly could have done it without them.

Score summary

1Southern CalTrojans243054
2Cal MaritimeKeelhaulers 2342660
3Cal MaritimeKeelhaulers 1463076
4UC Santa BarbaraGauchos 3285280
5UC Santa BarbaraGauchos 2335487
6Santa ClaraBroncos3070100
7Cal PolyMustang 14169110
8BerkeleyBears 26949118
9UC Santa BarbaraGauchos 17549124
10CSU Long Beach49ers7161132
11UC Los AngelesBruins 18746133
12UC Santa CruzBanana Slugs7079149
13BerkeleyBears 17874152
14Cal PolyMustang 210586191
15UC IrvineAnteaters90103193
16UC Los AngelesBruins 2102104206
17UC DavisAggies 1119120239
18UC DavisAggies 2124121245

Score history

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.

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