2003 Race Results
Lake sailors sail well at Wurstfest.
Roland Foerster wins Scot fleet, Chris Henkel is second in the Laser
fleet and Rick Swazey placed 8th in a Sunfish fleet of 26 heavy
hitters. Also see photos. November
The 2003 season for Ligtning
Fleet 35 has come to a close. A total of 8 boats participated. Clancy
McKenna took first in the fall series and Jeff Bodkin was the 2003
overall winner. Full
Greta Mittman, Tracy
Aber and Teresa Morris take 9th in the Adams Cup Finals. Complete
results and photos
available. Lake Norman, October 22-25, 2003
Scott Mauney, Michael
Mittman and Steve Coman take 5th in the Mallory Cup Finals. Complete
photos available. Lake Norman, October 22-25, 2003
Kelly Gough bests 34 in Flying Scot Open
House Regatta. Forest Atkins wins the Challenger Fleet.
October 18-19, 2003 Complete
Gene Soltero wins the sailoff for the 2003
Lake Championship. October 12th Complete
Bill Draheim takes 5 first place finishes to
win the JY-15
North Americans at Rush Creek Yacht Club. October 3-5,
for Texas completes Rolex
International Women's Keelboat Championship. For more info see
scores and the T4T
Kelly Gough, Richard Wade and Scott Mauney
top the Flying Scots
Summer Series. 14 boats qualify. September 28, 2003
Jeff Perna and Gene Soltero were tied for the
Lake Championship after sailing six races on September 27.
A sail-off will be held October 12th. Complete
Gene Soltero and Alane Capen take first place
in the Snipe
Midwesterns. September 13-14, 2003
Kelly Gough and Bruce Faust win Lake Championship
Preliminaries on September 21, 2003. Bruce Faust, Pat Glynn,
Ralph Jones, Jeff Perna, George Szoboky, and Gene Soltero will compete
in the finals. Complete
results and photos.
Trophy Area F Elimination, CSC September 6 6-7 -
4 teams and Greta Mittman
from CSC was 1st .
Susan Justus CSC finished 2nd, and
Wendy Vann FWBC was 3rd .
The 4 race round robin was sailed in light to medium air.
Mallory Cup Area F Elimination
Regatta, CSC September 6-7 - Scott Mauney
from CSC was the only applicant
and will advance to the finals.
Jeff Bodkin wins Lightning
Fleet 35's Spring 2003 Series
Karen Kubliski and Tom Forgue take
5th in the C-15
Nationals. July 18-20.
Bill Draheim and Scott Mauney win
the Flying Scot Nationals. Interesting account
of regatta and results. Photos
also available. Check LNYC
site for complete results and photos. July 19-25, 2003.
Bruce Faust wins the
Butterfly Nationals. More to come when final results are
available. See photos.
July 23-25, 2003
Texas Race Week results. Masie Coman 5th in Opti Green
Fleet and Paul Dennison 14th in Laser Radials. Photos
are also posted. July 19-26, 2003
Local Sailors win gold in Special
Olympics World Games. Ireland,
June 25 - 29,2003
results for all venues and the regatta. See Photos.
June 14-15 Corinthian Sailing Club (“CSC”)
June 17-18 Grapevine Sailing Club (“GSC”)
June 20-21 Rush Creek Yacht Club (“RCYC”)
Batton Kennon wins Lightning
Bodkin is sailing across the Atlantic on
King's Legend, one of 63 yachts participating in the DaimlerChrysler
North Atlantic Challenge 2003,
July 4 to 12, 2003
Tom Miller wins Flying
Scot Spring Series.
Scott and Natalie Mauney won the
Flying Scot Wife Husband
Regatta which was sailed at Grande Maumelle Sailing Club outside
of Little Rock. See photos.
June 21-22, 2003.
Youth Race Week CSC and Grapevine Sailing Club results.
June 14-18, 2003
Five teams entered the Sears Cup
Area F Qualifier held at CSC on June 7-8. The HYC team of
Wesley Graham, Nathan Hartwell and Katie Ward placed first, with
CSC's team of Joey Decosta, Paul Denison and Alex DeCosta in second.
Mac McCoy and MO Berry with the
2003 Corinthian Captain's Challenge. Full
Tom and Melissa Miller win tie
breaker to take first in Flying Scot Texas Districts over Jeff Perna
and Pat Manicchia. Full
Bruce Faust and Chris Henkel are
winners in Wrangler Regatta on May 3. Paul Denison and Susan
Justus won the best place by a junior and women, respectively.
CSC Sailors represented the club
well at the Flying Scot Mid-Winters in Panama City, FL the week
of March 23. Kelly Gough and Skip Diebold placed 2nd out of
31 with Scott and Natalie Mauney and Michael Mittman close behind
in 3rd. The all women team of Greta Mittman, Susan Justis
and Teresa Morris placed 6th out of 27 in the Challenger Fleet.
See the FSSA site for complete
results and photos.
Bill Draheim took second
at the Thistle Mid Winters. There were 60
boats on the line with one start. Eight
races were sailed with no throw outs. Bill won five
out of the eight races. Complete
results and photos.