Peak Foliage


Saturday, October 14:

The Fall Foliage didn't disappoint. Although the colours weren't at their peak this year due to the weird summer weather, they were getting there. Great breeze greeted the sailors, and we were all ready to hit the water running only to have a typical Mendums shift or two or three or more. The course was rotated 90 degrees and continued to be shifty throughout the day with both velocity increases and decreases and oscillating shifts. Thanks to the 'mark boat coaches', Rob Dresser/Dartmouth, and Jeff Bresnahan/CC for moving the marks, as that needed to be done often. A special thanks to Mike Horn (it was great to see him) for being the ICSA/NEISA rep.

Four races were sailed in each division as the first two hours were spent moving and moving and moving marks, etc. One capsize, many spins for exoneration at marks and boat to boat contact and no protests. It was a pleasure seeing sailors take honour seriously.

Congratulations to the Wildcats 1 team of Sam Harris/Scott Senatore and James Sullivan/Trixie Williams for winning the Peak Foliage regatta.

Score summary

1New HampshireWildcats 1101222
3BatesBobcats 1122941
4Connecticut CollegeCamels291342
5DartmouthBig Green291746
7New HampshireWildcats 2302252
*9New HampshireWildcats 3312960
10New HampshireWildcats 4274168
12New HampshireWildcats 6474895
13New HampshireWildcats 5504797
14U. Mass/ AmherstMinutemen5153104
15BatesBobcats 26153114
16New HampshireWildcats 76264126
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

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