Scowlines August 8, 2017

   
Volume 12, Issue 56  
August 8, 2017
 
In Memoriam
 
ILYA Championships
Lake Geneva
 
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2017 Regattas
 
August
11-12 X Blue Chip - Cedar, WI
16-20 ILYA Championships - C/MC/A/E - Lake Geneva YC
September
8-10 Max C/MC Fall - Maxinkuckee YC
8-10 E Nationals - Carolina YC
9-10 George Dorn MC - Beulah
9-10 Big Waters C - South Shore YC
16-17 C Blue Chip - Pistakee YC
16-17 Fenton Fall C - Lake Fenton YC
22-24 E Blue Chip - Pewaukee
23-24 NNN Beulah C Challenge - Lake Beulah YC
23-24 Lotawana C - Missouri YC
30 - Oct 1 - Polar Bear C/MC - Lake Davenport Sailing Club
October
7-8 C Worlds - Delavan YC
 
DEADLINE! DEADLINE! DEADLINE!  
Catering numbers are due for ILYA Champs
Register here.  Go to online store. Tickets are limited to 525 Friday night and 625 Saturday night. Still room to join us. 

Breakfasts by Ogden & Company
Stop by each morning Thursday through Sunday for upstairs dining. Breakfast is buffet style by the Lake Geneva Yacht Club staff. Hot dishes and pastries. Thanks to Pewaukee's Peter Ogden for our morning gatherings and wind observations.

Lunches
Craig's Cantina
Join your friends in line for a $5 lunch at Craig's outdoor grill. Many of your friends will be serving you and you can volunteer also and meet all the sailors. Our youth gather here as well as all our volunteers who receive complimentary lunches from Craig. Craig Parker from Cedar Lake, Indiana, manages the grill. He donates all the extras and some of the mainstay protein served each day. 
 
Thanks to Lake Geneva Country Meats for its donation of hamburgers and brats. 
The Vorpagel Family has supported us for three years now by supplying the freshest of meats. The store is located on Hwy 50 east of Lake Geneva and is well worth a visit if you are in the area - meats, seafood and wine. What more could you want? Folks in the Geneva Lake area are familiar with the quality meat and visit often.
 
Upscale Boxed Lunches by Toothpicks
Meet the race committee and all the full social package customers in the building on the east side of the property for quick pickup. You may purchase these lunches alone for the week - Thursday through Sunday each day. Toothpicks is located in East Troy but serves the Southern Lakes area. You will see them at weddings and other events Lake Geneva to Milwaukee. They have a small entertaining area located with their catering kitchens in East Troy which is suitable for small gatherings. They serve in your home, have Wednesday evening take out meals and cater larger events. Look for them on Facebook. Food for the regatta is boxed ready to go as you take your boat out in the AM and prepare for the PM races. Carry to your tender or to the lot in back with your boat.  

Thursday
Italian Club - ham, genoa salami, capicola, provolone cheese,
lettuce, tomato, olive relish on a club roll
Great Lakes Salt & Pepper Kettle Chips
Fresh Fruit
Apricot Shortbread Cookie
Friday
Roast Beef - sliced roast beef, cheddar cheese, tomato, green leaf lettuce on a fresh baked kaiser roll;
mayonaise and mustard served on the side
Great Lakes Parmesan Ranch Potato Chips
Fresh Fruit Salad
Chocolate Chip Cookie

Saturday
Herbed Chicken - herbed chicken salad, fresh spinach, on a ciabatta roll
Food Should Taste Good Sweet Potato Tortilla Chips
Green & Red Grape Clusters
Triple Berry Oatmeal Bar

Sunday
Club Sandwich - ham, turkey, bacon, tomato & sharp cheddar on a fresh baked sesame roll
mustard & mayo served on the side
Pickle
Great Lakes Michigan Cherry BBQ Potato Chips
Melon Fruit Salad
Krispy Treat - combination of rice krispies, chocolate, peanut butter and butterscotch

 
After Race Treats
Each afternoon look for light refreshments on the porch sponsored by the ILYA and Lake Geneva Yacht Club and Commodore David Porter. These are included thanks to the generosity of our multiple sponsors listed below. 
 
Friday Dinner 
Southern Style Dinner Menu - Again by Toothpicks Catering
    • Summer Berry Spinach Salad - Mixed Greens, Spinach, Fresh Berries, Julienned Carrots, Red Cabbage,Grape Tomatoes, Toasted Sunflower Seeds, Basil Vinaigrette
    • Lemon Thyme Pasta Salad - Casarecce Pasta, Fresh Green Beans, Crushed Pecans, Garden Herbs
      Lemon Thyme Vinaigrette
    • Catfish Po'Boy - Memphis Southern Style Slaw & Hawks Outlaw Remoulade
      Served on a Crusty Baguette 
    • Fried Green Tomato & Bacon Slider - Sriracha Cilantro Aioli 
    • Chicken & Sweet Chili Mango Skewers - Skewered and marinated in a House made Mango Glaze 
    • Andouille Jambalaya - Louisiana Andouille Sausage and Chicken,
      Savory Blend of Farm Fresh Vegetables and Jasmine Rice 
    • Creole Southern Fried Potatoes - Roasted with Fresh Garden Herbs
DESSERT is generously donated by the Cedar Lake, WI, Eckert family as they mark their family's involvement in Inland sailing. Two brothers (Jack and Ralph) who continue to serve us through race committee and generous donations with bunches of children (there is rumor of a college All American Ed Eckert Team Racing move) who brought oodles of youth sailors - Optis through college level - and now future great grandchildren beginning the "take them with to the regatta" stage. Their family has generated commodores of the Cedar Lake YC, an ILYA measurer (through marriage), a National C scow treasurer and ILYA Women's and Girls Clinic Chairs. Thanks to the Eckerts, Ralph and Jack, who started it all and were awarded an ILYA Member of the Year Award at the beginning of that trophy's life. 
 
Saturday Dinner - by Celebrations
  • Caprese Salad
  • Sweet and Sour Cucumber Salad made with Bob's finest Cucumbers finished with Red Onion and Fresh Dill
  • Poaches Farm Carrots and Pearce's Farmstand Broccoli Florets Fininshed with Tuscan Olive Oil and French Sea Salt
  • Skin-On Roasted Farm Potatoes with Rosemary and Whole Garlic Cloves
  • Grilled Athenian Chicken Breast Finished with Fresh Thyme and Oregano
  • Chef-carved Prime Rib of Beef au Jus with Creamed Horseradich
  • Local Artisan Bread Display with Wisconsin Butter
  • Lemon Cake with local Honey, Fresh Berries and Mint Leaf.

 
WYA C Regatta - Blown Away in Cold, Light Air - Haeger Handles it All  
Kent Haeger and Mike Greeson Win with 16 points in four tough races
Thanks to Melges' Hannah Noll, the event was featured on Sailing Anarchy. Click here to see the fun video. The champs are near the end. What amazing overhead views. 
 

Racing was tight with the best of the fleet in attendance. Friday's weather was cold and windy. Thirds all around and foul weather gear and jackets and . . .  Two tipovers between races with neither boat returning. Two solid races from PRO Larry Krause. Saturday was a light, warm day. An abandon race call was made in the morning due to light, shifty winds but two races in the afternoon turned out to be the last racing the fleet would see. 
Rank SailNo HelmName CrewName R1 R2 R4 R5 Total
1st B­12 Kent Haeger Michael Greeson 3.0 3.0 9.0 1.0 16.0
2nd A­136 Ed Eckert Matt Schmidt 5.0 1.0 19.0 3.0 28.0
3rd B­1 Will Haeger Will Hutchings, Hannah Noll 6.0 2.0 5.0 16.0 29.0
4th V­137 Jim Gluek Alby Rolfs 18.0 4.0 1.0 10.0 33.0
5th E­88 Steve Schmidt John Schmidt, Wendy Schmidt 2.0 15.0 8.0 21.0 46.0
6th 00­7 Kurt Mihelich Sam Andreski, Jeanne Andreski 11.0 5.0 4.0 32.0 52.0
7th 00­111 Charlie Kilander Dave Dex, Meg Kilander 9.0 6.0 30.0 8.0 53.0
8th B­18 Brian Brickler Kevin Brickler, Mel Urben 38.0 11.0 2.0 15.0 66.0
9th V­70 Tom Frentzel Hayden Frentzel, Chloe Frentzel 20.0 8.0 11.0 29.0 68.0
10th E­55 Scott Tarmann Greg Tarmann 10.0 29.0 10.0 26.0 75.0
11th 00­99 Dave Keck Carolyn Keck 21.0 24.0 7.0 24.0 76.0
12th A­36 Tom Eckert Dave Schmidt 30.0 9.0 29.0 11.0 79.0
13th B­16 George/Joe Kutsch Jim Kutschenreuter 4.0 30.0 44.0 2.0 80.0
14th B­66 Michael Barr Bri Probst, George Kiernan 1.0 10.0 35.0 35.0 81.0
15th B­217 Anne Muller Joe Sko 28.0 12.0 16.0 25.0 81.0
16th V­222 Bob Biwer Becky Biwer, Caty Malone 17.0 31.0 14.0 20.0 82.0
17th B­303 Frank Davenport Ron Jarecki, Teresa Westin 37.0 18.0 24.0 4.0 83.0
18th B­111 Kate Klement Robert Klement 31.0 28.0 18.0 6.0 83.0
19th B­6 Martin Barr John Barr, Sydney Probst 24.0 19.0 13.0 28.0 84.0
20th BL­3 Patrick Lynch Junior Impens, Annie Kate Schmidt 22.0 17.0 3.0 44.0 86.0
21st E­16 Dave Smith Alana Smith, Briana Smith 27.0 38.0 22.0 7.0 94.0
22nd N­181 Peter Keck Ben Porter, Maddie Crucius 7.0 13.0 28.0 47.0 95.0
23rd V­171 Fred Miller Jake Miller 16.0 35.0 34.0 12.0 97.0
24th A­77 Dave Baldus Peter Kerr, Eileen Baldus 12.0 14.0 33.0 40.0 99.0
25th 00­24 David Harris Casey Harris, Quinn Harris 13.0 25.0 37.0 27.0 102.0
26th B­87 Patrick Schmidt Alex Keck, Morgan Keck 15.0 64.0
DNC
20.0 5.0 104.0
27th N­525 Jack Behrend Katie Behrend, Maddie Gruenke 14.0 21.0 32.0 39.0 106.0
28th B­19 Scotty Sullivan Charles Bocklet, Andrea Sullivan 19.0 49.0 31.0 9.0 108.0
29th B­25 Joe Byrnes Tim Lange, Karla Keck 40.0 7.0 12.0 52.0 111.0
30th A­14 Paul Reilly Austin Jaessing, Brittany Shabino 8.0 64.0
DNC
6.0 36.0 114.0
31st 00­22 Brady Carlson Connor Carlson, Jodie Carlson 26.0 23.0 58.0 17.0 124.0
32nd 00­324 Ben Otten Kyle Stack 29.0 37.0 17.0 41.0 124.0
33rd V­31 Max Schieble Christian Spencer, JP Friend, Bob Schiebl 23.0 20.0 36.0 45.0 124.0
34th B­77 Riley Schmidt Charlie Kutschenreuter, Haley Thomas 39.0 16.0 57.0 13.0 125.0
35th A­125 DJ Jaessing Katie Eckert, Marissa Tegeder 25.0 47.0 38.0 18.0 128.0
36th N­10 Bob Schroeder Mark Schaubel 34.0 33.0 27.0 43.0 137.0
37th N­24 Ethan Heinze Craig Heinze, Charlie Hollister, Kim Crucius 32.0 32.0 48.0 33.0 145.0
                 
38th N­45 Sean Nigel Jeff Nigel, Matt Nigel 33.0 26.0 42.0 46.0 147.0
39th B­60 Cullen Barr Will Huerth 36.0 34.0 50.0 31.0 151.0
40th B­223 Mary Berg Caroline Skotarzak, Tracy Skotarzak 45.0 39.0 26.0 42.0 152.0
41st N­222 Dave Perry Ryan Sidders, Nate Rupnow 35.0 41.0 21.0 58.0 155.0
42nd A­22 Jim Tews Jen Jaessing 64.0
DNC
64.0
DNC
15.0 14.0 157.0
43rd 00­824 Lou Morgan Kenzie Halverson, Zoe Morgan 55.0 64.0
DNC
23.0 19.0 161.0
44th V­711 Chance Dries Ron Dries 42.0 27.0 61.0 37.0 167.0
45th E­14 Tommy Groskopf Bill Groskopf 44.0 64.0
DNC
40.0 23.0 171.0
46th N­9 Henry Chapmann Larry Chapman, Oliviarose Chapman 51.0 42.0 25.0 54.0 172.0
47th B­333 Dave Davenport Jaymie Youngquist 46.5 22.0 41.0 64.0
DNC
173.5
48th N0­1 Bill Mihelich Tammer Fadel, Sean Mihelich 57.0 51.0 46.0 22.0 176.0
49th N­16 Eric Kase JP Munich 48.0 64.0
DNC
45.0 30.0 187.0
50th N­888 Steven Anderson Hannah Anderson, Austin Anderson 43.0 45.0 53.0 48.0 189.0
51st N­3 Dick Milaeger Will Perry, Cross Conrad 46.5 36.0 59.0 51.0 192.5
52nd N­23 Sharon Kraklow Alison Lux, Pam Fleckenstein 41.0 44.0 49.0 60.0 194.0
53rd N0­7 Noah Janssen Teddy Dider 49.0 43.0 51.0 53.0 196.0
54th V­1 Tom Frank   64.0
DNS
64.0
DNS
39.0 34.0 201.0
55th 00­19 David Staub Dale McDonald, Tony Bruskas 52.0 40.0 54.0 56.0 202.0
56th V­61 Chapman Petersen Charlie Allen, Ellie Harned 59.0 50.0 43.0 50.0 202.0
57th Y­13 Mark O­Malley Mike Burke 56.0 64.0
DNC
47.0 38.0 205.0
58th B­219 Erin Sullivan Erin Sullivan, John Sullivan 54.0 46.0 56.0 49.0 205.0
59th N­7 Tom Heinrich Michele Heinze, Pam Heinrich 50.0 48.0 52.0 55.0 205.0
60th N­8 Jeff Moylan Rick Guerra 53.0 52.0 55.0 59.0 219.0
61st N­33 Bob Ross Ross Wagner 58.0 53.0 60.0 57.0 228.0
62nd E­3 Tim Kay Max Yokish, Amanda Ackerman 64.0
DNF
64.0
DNC
64.0
DNC
64.0
DNC
256.0

 

US Sailing - Saturday Night at the ILYA Championships  
Safety at Sea
Ever wonder what you would do if someone fell overboard from your boat? Do you have a plan to deal with heavy weather if you can't reach a safe harbor? Interested in selecting the right emergency communications equipment or storm sails, but you're not sure what to buy? US Sailing's Safety at Sea seminars are designed for sailors of all types and levels - cruisers and racers, novices and experts. Appropriate for a wide range of boats - small, big, monohulls, multihulls (and powerboats, too) - that are sailed anywhere - near shore and offshore. Curriculum is certified by US Sailing, with special attention to conditions and challenges of the host organization's sailing area. More than 1,000 sailors attend safety courses around North America every year and many bring their families and crews. Interested in attending? Interested in your club hosting? Find out more here: http://www.ussailing.org/education/safety-at-sea/
 
US Sailing is proud to support the ILYA and host this year's Saturday night Big Inland party. So break out your FAVORITE TROPICAL ATTIRE and get ready to #FINDTHEFUN Saturday night, August 19th at the Lake Geneva Yacht Club. In honor of this sponsorship, US Sailing will be offering current ILYA members a custom gift the night of the event if you join or renew with US Sailing anytime between now and the party. Please use this unique link: USSAILING-ILYA and be ready to #FINDTHEFUN with US Sailing at the Inland and all summer long.
 
Who is Coming? 181 but we know it will be 200!   
Still Time to register - help us plan by registering today
A fleet - 16 total 
E fleet - 55 total
C fleet - 55 total
MC fleet - 55 total

 
Visitors? Volunteers? Sailors with a morning or afternoon off?  
Consider volunteering
We are still in need of Parking Greeters to welcome our guests at the top of the hill and direct traffic, especially on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
 
Another area of great need is ATV/Gator/Tractor Drivers.  In fact, if you have one of these vehicles (or know someone who has one) that we can use during the regatta, as well as drive it for at least one shift, you will help us fulfill two needs.
 
It is important that we get more Shuttle Bus Drivers (Wednesday evening, Thursday afternoon, and Friday evening); Pier Monitors (Friday); Trailer Pushers (Thursday afternoon and Saturday afternoon); and Shuttle Boat Drivers (Friday evening and Saturday afternoon).
 
Click links on left hand side of this newsletter to volunteer or sign up for social tickets. 

 
Special Seating  
Upstairs
There is limited, reserved seating in the restaurant area of the Lake Geneva Yacht Club. Due to the use of caterers for the event, the restaurant will not be open for regular table service for the Fri and Sat events. IF you want to make a donation to the event, (donation to the ILYA), need a guaranteed seat for your team or your special needs or special friends, visit the storefront for reserved seating. Signage will mark the table as yours for the event - other than Bilge Pullers. (and you can beg AJ for your seating there - he's the man in charge)
SPONSORSHIP  
Never Too late 
 If anyone is inclined to contribute to the festivities, sponsorship money will now be applied to the lighter after-race fare which might benefit the youth who often go offsite to eat and return for the later evening revelry or the race committee who volunteer for the four-day event. Your name will be included as a sponsor. Contact David Perrigo to offer your support. 
US Sailing Olympic Development Program  

US Sailing Olympic Development Program to support the Midwest High Performance Sailing Camp
 
LAKE GENEVA, Wisc. (Aug. 8, 2017) - The Midwest's top junior sailors will sail Melges 14s September 22-24 in the Midwest High Performance Sailing Camp.

These sailors will receive Olympic-class coaching in one of the hottest new one-design sailboats. It's a great opportunity to get connected with the US Sailing Olympic Development Program.

The event is organized by Melges and the Melges 14 Class, supported by the US Sailing Olympic Development Program and hosted by the Geneva Lake Sailing School at the Buddy Melges Sailing Center in Fontana, Wisconsin. The cost is $170 per sailor and covers food and a t-shirt. The application deadline is August 31.

Apply here - Deadline 8/31: bit.ly/ODPMidwestCamp

Questions - Marek Valasek: sail@glss.org
Charter Boat Arrangements - Andy Burdick: andy@melges.com
 
Come see the exciting M32's in action  
Wayzata Match Cup 2017 - M32 Racing Coming to Minnesota
August 9-13
 
A sailing event featuring world-class match racing teams battling each other on towering M32 catamarans, all within reach of the Downtown Wayzata shoreline.

The goal of the Wayzata Match Cup is to bring world-class sailing to Minnesota and showcase Wayzata as a premiere event destination while benefiting local businesses and inspiring the next generation of Lake Minnetonka sailors. Wayzata Match Cup is organized by local professional sailor, Sam Rogers  Three additional professional teams will be joining in the action; Team 1350, Team e11even, Sally Barkow with Team Magenta will also be in action highlighting some local talent. 

 
All are welcome COME JOIN US! 
 
Wednesday Evening is Youth night at MYC and LMSS - kids get out there and experience these fast, fun catamarans. It could be you racing one day! 
Thursday 1-4pm- BMW Pro-am racing 
Friday  4-7pm - Fleet race qualifiers 
Saturday/Sunday 1-4pm - MatchRace Sail offs
 
For more info: wayzatamatchcup.com
 
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