Oaks Fourth at ACC Regatta

DSC_0649After two days on the water, the Oaks earned a fourth-place finish in the Atlantic Coast Championship sailing regatta on the Elizabeth River.

St. Thomas Aquinas of Florida took first place among the 18 competing teams. The Key School finished second followed by Christchurch School. Norfolk Academy finished seventh.

For more pictures from the weekend and the season, go to Oaks Sailing.

1 Saint Thomas Aquinas High School Raiders 54 40 94
2 Key School Zags                                                                              33 73 106
3 Christchurch School Seahorses                                 41 66 107
4 Norfolk Collegiate School Oaks                      60 69 129
5 Falmouth Maine High School, Yachtsmen            91 75 166
6 Broadneck High School Bruins                                  109 63 172
7 Norfolk Academy Bulldogs                           113 62 175
8 Cape Elizabeth High School Capers            98 100 198
9 Pine Lake Prep  Varsity                              85 117 202
10 Severn School DSC_0640Admirals                                          105 99 204DSC_0687

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Posted on November 15, 2015, in Sailing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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