CBYRA lists sailors who made the mark

SAILING

December 02, 1992|By NANCY NOYES

Today's listing of top-rank sailors in the Chesapeake Bay Yacht Racing Association's high-point standings in the IMS, MORC and Multihull classes wraps up the Handicap Division results for 1992.

High-point scores are based on a ratio of actual performance to ideal performance, with each class' scoring formula founded in the number of boats beaten divided by the number of boats it could have beaten if every race entered had been won.

There are also provisions for bonus points and worst-race throw-outs, although each class within the division has procedures for exact calculations.

PHRF sailors are scored in one of the four geographic CBYRA regions, but there are only two divisions of IMS and MORC, with one roughly north of the Potomac River and the other south of it. Multihull bay sailors are scored one class.

All Handicap Division class winners are scored against each other without consideration of bonus points or worst-race throw-outs to determine the winner of the overall divisional Labrot Trophy. That should be announced in about two weeks, when CBYRA will have its annual general meeting followed by a luncheon and prize-giving on Dec. 19 at the Annapolis Marriott Waterfront Hotel.

For information on the meeting, luncheon, or awards presentation, or to make reservations, call CBYRA at (410) 269-1194.

High-point scores

IMS, MORC, Multihull

IMS I (7 qualifiers): 1. Gaucho, Peter Gordon, Annapolis, .67969; 2. Immigrant, Marc McAteer, Annapolis, .57042; 3. Moxie, George Collins, Gibson Island, .54545.

IMS II (12 qualifiers): 1. Privateer, David Dodge, Annapolis, .76786; 2. Predator, Steve Kaminer, Washington, .70089; 3. Crescendo, Stephen Hiltabidle, Annapolis, .58242.

IMS III (18 qualifiers): 1. Fast Track, John & Karen Yeigh, Annapolis, .73364; 2. Contraire, Steve Schaub, Eldersburg, .65741; 3. Moonshine, Jim Schneider, Salisbury, .61806; 4. Hilite, Leonard Eastman, Annapolis, .59459.

MORC North (17 events, 9.4 average starters/race; 15 qualifiers): 1. Stingray, Robert Muller, Annapolis, .7431; 2. Rude Awakening, Chuck O'Malley, Annapolis, .7240; 3. Mirage, Lewis/Salvesen, Annapolis/Edgewater, .6931; 4. Bang, David Gendell, Arnold, .6559; 5. Fast Company, Barry Moss, Bethesda, .4999.

Multihull (19 events, 5.26 average starters/race; 9 qualifiers): 1. Leading Lady, Michael Beaver, New Cumberland, Pa., .7778; 2. The Karis, Michael Ivy, Arlington, Va., .6587; 3. Frisky, Margery Ware, Bethesda, .6316.

IMS Spring Series

New this year in IMS of the Chesapeake classes was a series scoring system, with the season's racing divided into three distinct units, results of which recently were announced.

The Spring Series consisted of the first six sanctioned races of the season, followed by a five-race Summer Series. Both were augmented by a three-race long-distance series featuring events such as Yachting Governor's Cup and the Virginia Cruising Cup race to Hampton, Va.

Spring Series (6 races)

IMS I: 1. Gaucho, Gordon; 2. Dancer, Bill Steitz, Pittsburgh, Pa.; 3. Glory, Pete duPont, Rockland, Del.

IMS II: 1. Predator, Kaminer; 2. Yellow Jacket, BFSS&W Syndicate, Annapolis; 3. Privateer, Dodge.

IMS III: 1. Good Times, Bill Schwarz, Randallstown; 2. Scrimshaw, Charles Deakyne, Severna Park.

Summer Series (5 races)

IMS I: 1. Dancer, Steitz; 2. Immigrant, McAteer.

IMS II: 1. Privateer, Dodge; 2. Crescendo, Hiltabidle.

IMS III: 1. Fast Track, Yeigh; 2. Contraire, Schaub; 3. Good Times, Schwarz.

Long Distance Series (3 races)

IMS I: 1. Immigrant, McAteer; 2. First Light, George Wilson, Easton.

IMS II: 1. Predator, Kaminer; 2. Yellow Jacket, BFSS&W Syndicate.

IMS III: 1. Contraire, Schaub; 2. Fast Track, Yeigh; 3. Bam, Gerry Smernoff, Annandale, Va.

Save your BOAT/U.S. receipts

CBYRA is asking for sales receipts from purchases made at BOAT/U.S. to earn points toward equipment in the Co-op Advantage Program sponsored by BOAT/U.S.

As part of this cooperative program, CBYRA members can join BOAT/U.S. for half-price ($8.50 a year).

CBYRA will earn 500 points for each new BOAT/U.S. member and will earn additional points at the rate of one per dollar with sales receipts from May 1 to Dec. 31, enabling the association to acquire equipment it otherwise would have to use reserve funds to purchase.

For more information, call CBYRA, (410) 269-1194.

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