8-15 knots out of the East brought great racing for competitors. Laser Full Rigs got off 10 races on a Windward/Lew course. Breakdowns in race 9 held up the fleet a considerable amount limiting lasers to only 10 races. Racing was tight, and competitive.
Breeze was variable in pressure and angle, but predictable as they were consistent shifts. Current became a factor later in the day, as breeze shifted right, and race course moved farther out into the channel. Leo Boucher '22 St. Mary's, Charles Carraway '22 Hobart, and Thomas McCann '22 Georgetown round out the top three. Thank you to Kings Point Midshipman for support throughout the day. See everyone tomorrow!
Regatta concluded Sunday with 2 races for laser full rig. Breeze was light from the from the West. Lasers were AP on shore until noon, when RC was able to get one race in. After one race, and conclusion of KP Dinghy Open, lasers were postponed ashore waiting for sea breeze. Breeze filled in from the south around 3:15, 8-10 the south. Lasers were able to get one more race to conclude the event. Congrats to St. Mary’s Leo Boucher for winning the event, Georgetown’s Ford McCan finishing second, one point ahead of Hobart’s Chase Carraway in third. St. Mary’s Boucher secured a trip to the 2021 Singlehand National Championship, with second through eighth, making a strong case for consideration. Thank you to all Kings Point Midshipman for help this weekend.
|1||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Leo Boucher '22||35||35|
|2||Georgetown University||Thomas McCann '22||62||62|
|3||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Charles Carraway '22||63||63|
|4||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Nicholas Sessions '24||70||70|
|5||U. S. Merchant Marine Academy||David Pearce '23||94||94|
|6||U. S. Naval Academy||Gavin McJones '23||99||99|
|7||Hampton University||Valerio Palamara '24||102||102|
|8||Georgetown University||Diego Escobar '25||104||104|
|9||George Washington University||Cameron Feves '22||112||112|
|10||U. S. Merchant Marine Academy||Michael Burns '25||113||113|
|11||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Will Foox '24 *||124||124|
|*||12||U. S. Merchant Marine Academy||Lucas Sawin '25||130||130|
|*||13||Webb Institute||Daniel Escudero '24||130||130|
|14||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Charlie Anderson '25||141||141|
|15||George Washington University||Michael Ehnot '22||142||142|
|16||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Keiran James Golden '24||159||159|
|17||SUNY Maritime College||Spencer Barnes '24||162||162|
|18||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Pete McGriff '24||191||191|
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