Stoney Burke JV


Saturday, October 13:

Stoney Burke kick started off on Saturday in Clipper Cove out of Treasure Island with consistent breeze of about 13 knots from the West and relatively flat water. We got off 7 races off for both A and B division.

Special thanks to Alum Sean Callagy for lending his boat to us, our PRO Paul Heineken; Alums Ian Markowitz, Tyler Hogan, and Alex Mutricy for being dedicated mark setters, and our current Cal sailor volunteers, and Treasure Island Sailing Center for allowing us to use the venue and helping us out. We could not have pulled off such a great day of racing with out you guys!

Sunday, October 14:

Sunday started out with dismal predictions for no wind and glassy water. Within the hour, it began to fill out and no postponement was necessary. Breeze continued to build throughout the day and clock from right to left from the West. We were able to get off 5 races, allowing us to have 12 stellar races total for the regatta.

Thanks go to super star Alum Sean Callagy for being our PRO, serving on the protest committee, and lending his boat to us; to Lance Kim for serving on Race Committee, to Josh Goldberg for being roped into setting marks and saving downed boats as well as serving on protest committee, our current Cal sailor volunteers, and Treasure Island Sailing Center for allowing us to use the venue and helping us fix our broken motor. This was the most successful Stoney Burke we have ever had and we owe it all to you!

Score summary

1UC Santa BarbaraGauchos332255
2UC Los AngelesBruins 15458112
3Cal MaritimeKeelhaulers71MRP61MRP132
5Cal PolyMustang 170100170
6UC Santa CruzBanana Slug's10870178
7UC Los AngelesBruins 2105MRP88MRP193
8Cal PolyMustang 311993212
9CSU Long Beach49ers95144239
10UC IrvineAnteaters105MRP142MRP247
11UC DavisAggies133MRP133MRP266
12UC San DiegoTritons 2154120274
13UC San DiegoTritons 1129MRP155MRP284
14San Diego StateAztecs145164309
15Cal PolyMustang 4184149333
16Cal PolyMustang 2180175355
17Cal PolyMustang 5200202402

Score history

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