Laser South

Summary

Saturday, September 7:

It was a tricky first day at the 2019 Laser South and Navy Women's Open. We began the day postponed ashore until a light 3-5 knot NW breeze filled in and we headed out into the Severn River. 2 Races were completed before a SE breeze began to fill and made the racing unstable. We came in for a short lunch break before heading out near Greenbury Point to race in a 4-8 knot SE breeze. It was puffy and shifty all day with significant powerboat chop. After 4 more Laser Races and 3 Z420 races, the conditions deteriorated to the point that racing was called for the day. A huge thanks to Janel Zarkowsky, Billy Martin, Brendan Shanahan and Max Plarr for hearing one protest and one request for redress.

Sunday, September 8:

Sunday started out with 3-5 knots of breeze out of the NW and close to a knot of current in the same direction. We set a course in the Severn River and ran 1 long, slow race before the wind got too light to keep sailing and we went in for a short lunch break. After lunch, we headed out to the Chesapeake Bay and races in a 4-8 knot ENE breeze. The wind held and we were able to complete 6 more 420 and 7 more Laser races, with the last start going off seconds before the cutoff time. Thanks to Bill Ward and Katja Sertl for hearing one protest and congratulations to the top 6 who advanced to the Carl Van Duyne MAISA Men's Singlehanded Championship.

Score summary

SchoolTeamATOT
1St. Mary'sLeo Boucher '222424
*2NavyGavin McJones '237676
*3Hamptoncan dilikoglu '237676
4George WashingtonSoenke Jordan '218181
5GeorgetownThomas McCann '228787
6George WashingtonCameron Feves '228888
7NavyCaden Scheiblauer '239999
8Christopher NewportVir Menon '20100100
9NavyConnor Bayless '21112112
10HamptonFilip Stevanovic '20139139
11George WashingtonMichael Ehnot '22165165
12MarylandDerek Safieh '21175175
13GeorgetownAndrew Person '21181181
14Old DominionGeorge White '20188188
15St. Mary'sJack Hemmelgarn '23200200
16GeorgetownJohn Patrick Panarella '22204204
17Old DominionFrank Frisinger '23212212
18MarylandCole Daitch '20 *215215
19Christopher NewportLuke Hayes '22248248
20Christopher NewportHarrison Kempton '22271271
Sym.Explanation
*Number of high-place (1) finishes

Score history

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