Second day at Chubb US Junior Champs

Published on August 14th, 2016

San Diego, CA (August 14, 2016) – The 2016 Chubb U.S. Junior Sailing Championships, hosted by Mission Bay Yacht Club, started Saturday morning in San Diego. The single-, double- and triplehanded fleets completed their second day of racing.

U.S. Junior Singlehanded Championship (Laser Radial) – Smythe Trophy
Joseph Hou (Newport Harbor Yacht Club) won the last three races of the day to move 11 points ahead of Skylar Bayman (Houston Yacht Club) going into Monday. Hou has won five of eight races this weekend.

Top 5
1. Joseph Hou, Newport Harbor YC, 1-2-[4]-1-4-1-1-1- ; 11
2. Skylar Bayman, Houston Yacht Club, 3-1-5-2-2-6-3-[8]- ; 22
3. Charlotte Rose, Houston Yacht Club, 2-8-2-[11]-1-4-2-7- ; 26
4. Lucas Pierce, Santa Barbara Yacht Club, [10]-7-1-5-5-2-5-5- ; 30
5. Alex Fasolo, Bay Head Yacht Club, 7-3-3-3-9-3-11-[12]- ; 39

U.S. Junior Doublehanded Champinship (Club 420) – Bemis Trophy
The teams of Ian Moran and Abie Griggs (Edgewater Yacht Club) and Nicholas Marwell and J. Noble Reynoso each have 20 points at the top of the leadersboard. Moran’s current throwout is a 8th to Marwell’s 16th.

Top 5
1. Ian Moran/Abie Griggs, Edgewater Yacht Club, 1-1-1-[8]-5-7-1-4- ; 20T
2. Nicholas Marwell/J. Noble Reynoso, San Francisco Yacht Club, 2-4-5-[16]-1-4-3-1- ; 20T
3. Cole Harris/Tanner Chapko, San Diego Yacht Club, 5-6-2-[9]-2-2-5-2- ; 24
4. Jack Reiter/Dot Obel, San Diego Yacht Club, 4-9-7-1-4-1-4-[21/OCS]- ; 30
5. Dylan Ascencios/Asher Zittrer, Lakewood Yacht Club, 9-2-[11]-2-7-5-9-3- ; 37

U.S. Junior Triplehanded Championship (Lightnings) – Sears Cup
Sunday’s busiest fleet, the Lightnings, completed five races. Porter Kavle, Jake Vickers and Will Comerford (Annapolis Yacht Club) jumped from fourth to first by winning three of five races. Tanner Probst, Maya Weber and Jenna Probst (Buffalo Canoe Club) are just two points back and Dane Byerly, Carson Shields and Laura Masterson (Lakewood Yacht Club/Texas Corinthian Yacht Club) are five points behind.

Top 5
1. Porter Kavle/Jake Vickers/Will Comerford, Annapolis Yacht Club, 2-3-6-5-1-[7]-1-1-4- ; 23
2. Tanner Probst/Maya Weber/Jenna Probst, Buffalo Canoe Club, 1-2-2-3-4-2-[7]-4-7- ; 25
3. Dane Byerly/Carson Shields/Laura Masterson, Lakewood Yacht Club, 4-5-5-1-[12/OCS]-1-3-6-3- ; 28
4. Cameron Feves/Soenke Jordan/Sean Tallman, Cabrillo Beach YC, 3/RDG-1-1-8-5-6-5-[11]-1- ; 30
5. Grant Gridley/Conor Chapman/Claire Siegel-Wilson, Willamette Sailing Club/ CGRA, 9-4-4-6/RDG-[10]-3-2-2-2- ; 32

The top two Youth Champs eligible single- and doublehanded teams will receive early acceptance to the 2017 U.S. Youth Championships in a boat of their choice.

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