Volume 12, Issue 50  
July 27, 2017
 
 
ILYA Championships
Lake Geneva
 
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2017 Regattas
 
July
26-29 ILYA X Champs - Delavan YC
28 TCYS- Wayzata 420 only
30-31 ILYA Opti Champs - Delavan YC
August
1 cont. ILYA Opti Champs - Delavan YC
3 Pram Power - North Lake
3-5 ECESA - Little Egg Harbor, NJ
2-5 Western MI Champs E/C/MC - Crystal Lake
4 TCYS - Wayzata
4-6 WYA C - Nagawicka YC
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
 
RESULTS  
Juniors  (listed first)          Seniors (listed second) 
ILYA X championships --- here we go! New Champs to be crowned  
Near Perfection at Delavan
 
Weather: Wind 10-14 all day in a perfect length of the lake direction. Four races by both fleets!! Nearly impossible to achieve. Near perfection -- OK, it could have been 5 degrees warmer
 
Senior Fleet: Kyle Navin: - 1-1-7-1 Near perfection but not 100%. Rarely does a senior sailor win three races in a day. 
 
Junior Fleet: Race one Ellie Harned; Race two Suzanne Ackley; Race three Jack Scherer; Race four Meta Simon ---- Near PERFECTION by the girls of the junior fleet.
 
Fleet growth: Minnetonka is BACK!! SEVEN sailors all juniors! Perfect potential for growth!
 
Delavan Lake Yacht Club:  PERFECT in every way
 
Junior fleet synopsis - 
 
Four different winners shows the depth of the fleet. Boat handling is utterly impressive but still there are smiles and signs of youthful playfulness. A large, large fleet that handles starts magnificently. While girls are winning races, the consistency of Owen Harrod of White Bear is an omen of good things to come. For the editor, the most significant aspect is the progress in the fleet. It seems each sailor is showing learning with time. Each third of the fleet has its own set of champions within it. These are tight races within the individual thirds of the fleet. It is tough competition throughout. Yesterday every sailor had something to be proud of - individual accomplishment and the race committee notes the improvement. It is a marvel to watch this fleet. 
 
The junior RC will sport pink today to honor or remember breast cancer survivors or fighters. This tradition is nearly ten years old now. Unfortunately there was one single year when our youth experienced five moms battling and it was very near and raw in our hearts. The tradition continues and is always fun to find the male RC scrambling to look pink. So give the Delavan home lake crew a little credit as they appear in some salmon which we are all callling pink.
 
Ellie Harned and Stella Marban come into the finish from the starboard side to take their first lead of the race. While down in the standings, be sure to look at her throwout and note how high she will be after today. 
Suzanne Ackley (Pine) and Julia Janssen (North) Take Race Two. 
Jack Scherer and Jacob Bowman (J-2) save the day from a total girl sweep. But what, what a regatta he is having. 
  
Meta and Fritz Simon (V-213) hold the lead after one day of racing. 
And here's what the course looks like to RC. And this is midfleet so the competition is tight.
 
 
Consistency counts. Owen Harrod and Henry Seum (White Bear) sit in second overall. His coaches are two past champions -- just wow is all that can be said. 
1  
V213   Simonized   Meta Simon/
Fritz Simon  
Pewaukee/      2   4   7   1     14   
1  
2  
W20   Shake n Bake   Owen Harrod/
Hank Seum  
White Bear/      5   12   2   2     21   
2  
3  
J2   Fearless   Jack Scherer/
Jacob Bowman  
Oshkosh/      6   20   1   11     38   
3  
4  
A136   Not Too Sh-Abby   Abby Eckert/
Allison Heimsch  
Cedar/      13   11   3   15     42   
4  
5  
B11   Boaty McBoatface   Jonah Boykin/
Chandler Jarecki  
Beulah/      14   2   19   9     44   
5  
6  
X13   Xackley   Suzanne Ackley/
Julia Janssen  
Pine/      4   1   33   7     45   
6  
7  
A14   Hamburger   Lindsey Vollmar/
Justin Heimsch  
Cedar/      3   8   31   4     46   
7  
8  
B99   UNSB   Augie Jarecki/
William Webber  
Beulah/      9   17   9   12     47   
8  
9  
V31   Swag Diva   Ella Schieble/
Carly Kiss  
Pewaukee/      17   9   20   3     49   
9  
10  
V61   Chuck Wagon   Charlie Allen/
Megan Isabell  
Pewaukee/      15   5   12   20     52   
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Senior Fleet Synopsis
 
Again four great races but one sailor dominated the top. Kyle Navin and Mya Burdick won THREE races. While that is so rare in the senior fleet, there is no room to breathe or celebrate the day. Chapman Petersen and Caroline Holland are only two points behind. Hometown favorite Nathan and Graham Hetzler are showing a strong, strong start and will prove to be a challenge only eight points out of the lead. 

The senior fleet is a bit more aggressive on the starts with a couple recalls but to be fair the wind was a bit less steady than on the junior end of the lake. The sailor to watch in the senior fleet with a throwout is Sam Spencer. Both fleets are scheduled to sail eight races with a throwout at six. 

It's Geneva's Navin and Burdick for Race One win

And again!
Chapman Petersen and Caroline Holland (Geneva) Take Race Three
Navin and Burdick cap off the day with a Trifecta 
1  
I11   5 Star   Kyle Navin/
Mya Burdick  
Geneva/      1   1   7   1     10   
1  
2  
I25   All In   Chapman Petersen/
Caroline Holland  
Geneva/      5   2   1   4     12   
2  
3  
D30   Penguin   Nathan Hetzler/
Graham Hetzler  
Delavan/      6   5   5   2     18   
3  
4  
V10   Wally's Warriors   Jack Schweda/
John Lieber  
Pewaukee/      4   12   10   7     33   
4  
5  
V511   Aderyn   Red Tornehl/
Grayson Bruss/ Adam Biwer  
Pewaukee/      2   3   18   11     34   
5  
6  
OO24   boomerang   Quinn Harris/
Nora Kandziora  
Labelle/      9   6   9   12     36   
6  
7  
B6   Barr-B-Que   Brigit Barr/
Caroline LeRoy  
Beulah/      10   22   4   3     39   
7  
8  
V88   Haulin' Donkey   Sam Spencer/
Austin Steiner  
Pewaukee/      3   32   2   5     42   
8  
9  
B3   Komonster   Ryan Komas/
Brian Zettlemoyer  
Beulah/      12   8   6   17     43   
9  
10  
X55   Boaty McBoatface   Joe Gehl/
Lyssa Neumann  
Pine/      24   7   3   10     44T   
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For full results, click the link at the top of the page. Also the ILYA X website gives a play by play of the races. Check here for more detailed information. Follow on Twitter and Instagram and the ILYA -Inland Lake Yachting Association Facebook page. Results are posted by scorer Larry Kmiecik after each race. Photos are by Dale Roble in junior fleet, Larry Kmiecik both junior and senior and Mac Six on senior fleet. 
Photos  
2017 MC Invitational 
No Tears Senior - 
ILYA X Championships - Day One registration
ILYA X Championships Junior Fleet - Day two

 
Melges Rowe at 29er Nationals followed by 29er Worlds; Roble Shea in Germany  
Alamitos Bay YC
http://sailwave.com/results/ABYC_2017_29er_US_Nationals.htm

Follow Harry Melges IV and Finn Rowe in California the next week as the Worlds begins. The Nationals looks promising a 5-8-39 first day but a DNF pushed them down. This is a team right on the verge of breaking through to the top. Good luck. 

Roble Shea in Kiel, Germany which starts Sunday. 

 

 
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