Sailing Cruises to Second Place Finish at District Regatta
On Saturday, March 28 and Sunday, March 29, the Sailing Club participated in the Southeast Interscholastic Sailing Association (SEISA) District Championship Regatta.
Saturday’s perfect racing weather was a gorgeous backdrop as Jesuit’s sailing team won the first 10 races. For the final four races of the day, the Blue Jays’ suffered a set-back and ended the day in second place. The Jays finished 23 points behind first place and 19 points ahead of third.
A full rotation, also known as a round robin, was completed. There were 28 races sailed; 14 for Division A and 14 for Division B.
On Sunday, the day started with fairly heavy breeze from the southeast. With the team locked in second place, all the sailors split time on the water nearly equally. There were a total of 23 races sailed by each division.
The winner of the regatta advances to the Mallory Fleet Racing National Championships, For full results, visit the SEISA results page.