Laser South

Summary

Saturday, September 8:

First Navy Regatta of the fall season! Today started with rain, then there was a brief dry spell, then it rained again to end the day. Eight races were sailed in a 10-18 knot northeasterly. Two breakdowns were awarded, one for a main sheet boom block that ripped out, and one for an outhaul that broke. Tomorrow's forecast looks like it should be wet and wild!

Sunday, September 9:

Today began with a lovely 15 knot Northeasterly and a soaking rain. Four races were sailed before the wind clocked east and built to a sustained 25 with gusts in the high twenties. At this point the organizers decided to cancel racing for the day since the wind was only forecast to continue to build. No protests or breakdowns were filed. Congratulations to Freshman Leo Boucher from St. Mary's College of Maryland for winning the Laser South Qualifier as well as the top six finishers who advance on to the MAISA Single Handed Championship.

Score summary

SchoolTeamATOT
1St. Mary'sLEO BOUCHER '222727
2GeorgetownThomas McCann '222929
3Christopher NewportVir Menon '205656
*4NavyConnor Bayless '216767
*5George WashingtonAdam DiDomizio '196767
6George WashingtonCameron Feves '227272
7George WashingtonSoenke Jordan '218181
8St. Mary'sLiam McCarthy '198989
9George WashingtonMichael Ehnot '22102102
10NavyTyler Fleig '19111111
11GeorgetownJohn Patrick Panarella '22142142
12HamptonFilip Stevanovic '20146146
13Christopher NewportLuke Hayes '22159159
14NavyLouis Margay '22165165
15Old DominionJohn Glenn '21179179
16Old DominionDreugh Phillips '20191191
17Washington CollegePaul Hart '19193193
18GeorgetownPreston Tso '21198198
19Christopher NewportBailey Hurst '20221221
20VirginiaCaleb Flowers '22251251
Sym.Explanation
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

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.

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