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2018 J/22 Midwinter Championship at Houston Yacht Club - Day 1

by Christopher Howell 17 Mar 2018 07:39 GMT 16-18 March 2018

Travis Odenbach’s HoneyBadger leads after 4 races on day one of the J/22 Midwinter Championship. The first day of racing brought a smorgasbord of conditions from overcast clouds to sun and winds from light and shifty to solid breeze between off and on showers.

Doug Weakly’s HNL opened the Championship with a bullet, ahead of Travis Odenbach’s HoneyBadger and Terry Flynn’s Tejas. Mike Marshall’s Bad News earned the next victory, with two Doyles behind him—Kevin’s Mo’ Money and Chris’s The Jug 4 1. Chris Doyle took race 3 followed by Odenbach and Marshall.

Race 4 saw some new names with Mark Foster’s Pressure drop at the top followed by Danny Pletsch Sketchy and Chris Doyle in third.

Hosted by Houston Yacht Club in Texas the Championship continues through Sunday for the 39 teams participating.

Full Results

Pos

Bow/Sail

Boat

Skipper

Yacht Club

 1 

 2 

 3 

 4 

Total

1  

29 / 1542  

HoneyBadger  

Travis Odenbach/
Justin Damore
Kris Werner  

Ro/
/   

2  

4  

2  

7  

15  

2  

09 / USA 1649  

The Jug 4 1  

Chris Doyle/
Will Harris
Adam Burns  

Youngstown Yacht Club/
/   

9  

3  

1  

3  

16  

3  

26 / USA 1578  

Bad News  

Michael Marshall  

NYYC  

5  

1  

3  

8  

17T  

4  

70 / 707  

Tejas  

Terry Flynn/
Brett Allred
Bryan Calk  

GBCA/ FWBC/
/   

3  

5/RDG  

5  

4  

17T  

5  

24 / 24  

HNL  

Doug Weakly/
James Kondziela
Joe Mayfield  

-/
/   

1  

11  

4  

5  

21  

6  

08 / USA 1501  

Pressure Drop  

Mark Foster/
Brian Babbitt
Matt Romberg  

Corpus Christi YC/
/   

16  

5  

6  

1  

28  

7  

13 / 650  

Forget Me Not  

Nataleigh Perez/
Alex Crowell
Blake Billman  

FWBC/
/   

10  

9  

7  

6  

32  

8  

06 / USA 489  

Mo' Money  

Kevin Doyle/
Victor Snyder
Aaron Snyder  

Youngstown Yacht Club/
/   

7  

2  

14  

12  

35  

9  

33 / USA 949  

  

Chris Junge/
Larry Wise
Jon Larson  

Houston Yacht Club/
/   

11  

13  

8  

10  

42  

10  

15 / 878  

Meehem  

Tom Meeh/
Robert Brann
Tom Johnson  

GBCA/
/   

14  

9/RDG  

9  

14  

46  

11  

18 / 738  

  

Alexander Hanna/
Alex Schwinn
Jonathan Sager  

TAMUG sailing Team/
/   

4  

7  

20  

19  

50  

12  

20 / 539  

Sketchy  

Danny Pletsch/
Megan Pletsch  

Larchmont Yacht Club/   

14/ZFP  

18  

18  

2  

52T  

13  

16 / USA 307  

Blackburn Marine Racing  

Casey Lambert  

Lakewood Yacht Club  

13  

14  

12  

13  

52T  

14  

30 / 830  

Jailbird  

Matt Haddon/
Emily Billing
Kevin Kendall  

None/
/   

21  

15  

13  

15  

64  

15  

17 / 1311  

Underdog  

Matthew Thompson/
Kevin Kenny
Matthew Carlson  

Wayzata Yacht Club/
/   

15  

20/ZFP  

15  

16  

66  

16  

14 / 352  

Gas Station Sushi  

Jeff Jones/
Kalyn Lundemo
Carrie Jones  

AYC/
/   

24  

8  

28  

11  

71  

17  

03 / 1646  

Baby Lips  

Keith zars  

LCYC  

20  

22  

21  

9  

72  

18  

27 / 1531  

Parrot Tales Light  

Larry Blankenhagen  

LYC  

28  

21  

10  

25  

84  

19  

25 / 951  

no name  

Dov Kivlovitz  

none  

25  

16  

24  

20  

85T  

20  

42 / 1271  

Chicken Dinner  

David Bethancourt/
Michael Sager
Brant Koepke  

OYC/
/   

31  

17  

19  

18  

85T  

21  

23 / 732  

Helms A Lee  

Anne Lee/
Danielle VanStrein
Sean Davis
Allie Cribbs  

HYC/
/
/   

17  

25  

22  

23  

87  

22  

01 / 964  

Two Dollar Pistol  

James Riddle/
Todd McBee
Jim Seibert  

KLSC/
/   

12  

31/*  

26  

21  

90  

23  

99 / 53  

Southern Belle  

Stuart Lindow/
Emmett Dickheiser
Chris Pitman  

None/
/   

32  

31  

11  

17  

91T  

24  

12 / 338  

Hayes Rigging  

Kevin Hayes  

LYC/GBCA  

29  

23  

17  

22  

91T  

25  

58 / 358  

Liten' Up!  

Terry Schertz/
Ravi Subramanian
Rachel Loziuk
Andre Denais  

Austin Yacht Club/
/
/   

8  

34  

23  

29  

94  

26  

69 / 1590  

Slippery When Wet  

Tom Sutton/
Diana Sutton  

HYC/LYC/GBCA/   

18  

37  

16  

31  

102  

27  

11 / 919  

Troublemaker  

Kevin Orff/
Eric Siminson  

GBCA/   

34/ZFP  

20  

25  

26  

105T  

28  

22 / CAN 1421  

Alacran  

Bernard le Duc/
Femke De Meester
John Marten  

Hudson Yacht Club/
/   

22  

24  

31  

28  

105T  

29  

05 / CAN693  

Broomstick  

Ron Harris/
Cathy Harris
Bianca Grohmann
Stephane Lepage  

Hudson/
/
/   

23  

28  

30  

27  

108  

30  

77 / 1452  

Folka  

Jessica Lombard/
Cynthia Shinn
Jenny Marten  

Hudson Yacht Club/
/   

19  

35  

29  

30  

113  

31  

07 / 1551  

Crew's Control  

Stephen Gent/
Ian Jones
Daniel Weatherholt  

Windycrest Sailing Club/
/   

27  

36  

27  

24  

114  

32  

39 / 673  

Knot Bad  

Mitch Clarke/
Matt Schoger
Paul Shields  

LYC/
/   

30  

30  

34  

34  

128  

33  

04 / 663  

Wizard  

Chip Carpenter  

Southern Yacht Club/STC  

33  

27  

37  

33  

130  

34  

34 / 892  

O'Payaso  

Walter Caldwell/
Simon Thomas
Andrea Pola  

GBCA/
/   

37  

33  

33  

32  

135  

35  

78 / 578  

Student Driver  

Gary Thies  

GBCA  

36  

32  

36  

35  

139  

36  

02 / 1003  

Cool Kids  

Doug Davis  

KLSC  

40/ZFP  

29  

35  

36  

140T  

37  

21 / 239  

Untamed  

Ian Hunter/
Madison Reynolds
Nathan Ikeda
Chase Burwell  

Jacksonville University/
/
/   

34  

34/ZFP  

32  

40/DNS  

140T  

38  

57 / 364  

Bling  

Lynn Simpson/
Margaret Pommert
Linda Kondziela
Janet Lockhart  

LCYC/
/
/   

35  

38  

38  

37  

148  

39  

10 / 216  

Sweet Baby J  

Phil Cooper/
Steve Bassett
Tom Schroder  

Lake Stockton Yacht Club/
/   

38  

39  

40/DNF  

40/DNS  

157  

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