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2018 J/22 Midwinter Championship at Houston Yacht Club - Day 2

by Christopher Howell 18 Mar 2018 06:40 GMT 16-18 March 2018

On the middle day of the J/22 Midwinter Championship, the luck of the Irish was with Mark Foster. With a line of 1, 3, 4, 3, Foster won the day and moved to the top of the leader board tied with his old friend and Texas neighbor Terry Flynn. Both men are former J/22 World Champions.

After a postponement ashore racing started just before noon. In light but steady wind, race five was won by Foster's Pressure Drop with Terry Flynn's Tejas and Alexander Hanna following in second and third.Danny Pletch Sketchy jumped to the top spot in race six followed by Kevin Orff Troublemaker and then Foster. Then Travis Odenbach's HoneyBadger took race seven followed by Flynn and Kevin Doyle's Mo Money.

As the conditions continued to improve the RC squeezed in an eighth race which was won by Chris Doyle's The Jug 4 1 followed by Flynn and Foster respectively.

Hosted by Houston Yacht Club in Texas, the Championship concludes Sunday for the 39 teams participating.

Full Results

Pos

Bow/Sail

Boat

Skipper

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Total

1

08 / USA 1501

Pressure Drop

Mark Foster/
Brian Babbitt
Matt Romberg

[16]

5

6

1

1

3

4

3

23T

2

70 / 707

Tejas

Terry Flynn/
Brett Allred
Bryan Calk

3

5/

RDG

5

4

2

[10]

2

2

23T

3

26 / USA 1578

Bad News

Michael Marshall

5

1

3

8

5

7

[11]

4

33

4

29 / 1542

HoneyBadger

Travis Odenbach/
Justin Damore
Kris Werner

2

4

2

7

[40/

OCS]

13

1

7

36

5

09 / USA 1649

The Jug 4 1

Chris Doyle/
Will Harris
Adam Burns

9

3

1

3

12

[19]

10

1

39

6

24 / 24

HNL

Doug Weakly/
James Kondziela
Joe Mayfield

1

11

4

5

[15]

5

9

6

41

7

13 / 650

Forget Me Not

Nataleigh Perez/
Alex Crowell
Blake Billman

[10]

9

7

6

9

8

5

8

52

8

06 / USA 489

Mo' Money

Kevin Doyle/
Victor Snyder
Aaron Snyder

7

2

14

12

4

[15]

3

12

54

9

20 / 539

Sketchy

Danny Pletsch/
Megan Pletsch

14/

ZFP

[18]

18

2

10

1

6

5

56

10

15 / 878

Meehem

Tom Meeh/
Robert Brann
Tom Johnson

[14]

9/

RDG

9

14

8

4

13

11

68

11

33 / USA 949

 

Chris Junge/
Larry Wise
Jon Larson

11

13

8

10

13

[17]

14

10

79

12

16 / USA 307

Blackburn Marine Racing

Casey Lambert

13

14

12

13

16

12

[20]

9

89

13

17 / 1311

Underdog

Matthew Thompson/
Kevin Kenny
Matthew Carlson

15

[20/

ZFP]

15

16

11

11

8

15

91

14

18 / 738

 

Alexander Hanna/
Alex Schwinn
Jonathan Sager

4

7

20

19

3

23

17

[33/

ZFP]

93

15

30 / 830

Jailbird

Matt Haddon/
Emily Billing
Kevin Kendall

[21]

15

13

15

6

21

7

18

95

16

03 / 1646

Baby Lips

Keith zars

20

22

21

9

7

16

[26]

14

109

17

14 / 352

Gas Station Sushi

Jeff Jones/
Kalyn Lundemo
Carrie Jones

24

8

[28]

11

19

9

15

24

110

18

99 / 53

Southern Belle

Stuart Lindow/
Emmett Dickheiser
Chris Pitman

[32]

31

11

17

18

14

19

21

131

19

05 / CAN693

Broomstick

Ron Harris/
Cathy Harris
Bianca Grohmann
Stephane Lepage

23

28

[30]

27

22

6

12

16

134

20

12 / 338

Hayes Rigging

Kevin Hayes

[29]

23

17

22

17

24

16

23

142

21

58 / 358

Liten' Up!

Terry Schertz/
Ravi Subramanian
Rachel Loziuk
Andre Denais

8

[34]

23

29

25

25

22

13

145

22

25 / 951

no name

Dov Kivlovitz

25

16

24

20

[30]

22

18

22

147

23

42 / 1271

Chicken Dinner

David Bethancourt/
Michael Sager
Brant Koepke

[31]

17

19

18

26

29

24

17

150

24

11 / 919

Troublemaker

Kevin Orff/
Eric Siminson

[34/

ZFP]

20

25

26

29

2

25

26

153

25

27 / 1531

Parrot Tales Light

Larry Blankenhagen

28

21

10

25

20

[39]

31

19

154

26

23 / 732

Helms A Lee

Anne Lee/
Danielle VanStrein
Sean Davis
Allie Cribbs

17

25

22

23

23

[40/

ZFP]

21

30

161

27

01 / 964

Two Dollar Pistol

James Riddle/
Todd McBee
Jim Seibert

12

[31/*]

26

21

21

31

28

29

168

28

07 / 1551

Crew's Control

Stephen Gent/
Ian Jones
Daniel Weatherholt

27

[36]

27

24

28

20

23

20

169

29

69 / 1590

Slippery When Wet

Tom Sutton/
Diana Sutton

18

[37]

16

31

24

28

27

27

171

30

22 / CAN 1421

Alacran

Bernard le Duc/
Femke De Meester
John Marten

22

24

31

28

27

[34/

ZFP]

29

32

193

31

77 / 1452

Folka

Jessica Lombard/
Cynthia Shinn
Jenny Marten

19

[35]

29

30

32

35/

ZFP

33

28

206

32

04 / 663

Wizard

Chip Carpenter

33

27

[37]

33

33

18

36

34

214

33

02 / 1003

Cool Kids

Doug Davis

[40/

ZFP]

29

35

36

14

34

32

36

216

34

39 / 673

Knot Bad

Mitch Clarke/
Matt Schoger
Paul Shields

30

30

34

34

35

30

34

[37]

227

35

34 / 892

O'Payaso

Walter Caldwell/
Simon Thomas
Andrea Pola

[37]

33

33

32

34

33

30

35

230

36

21 / 239

Untamed

Ian Hunter/
Madison Reynolds
Nathan Ikeda
Chase Burwell

34

34/

ZFP

32

[40/

DNS]

31

36

35

31

233

37

78 / 578

Student Driver

Gary Thies

36

32

36

35

[37]

32

37

33

241

38

57 / 364

Bling

Lynn Simpson/
Margaret Pommert
Linda Kondziela
Janet Lockhart

35

38

38

37

36

37

38

[40/

DNF]

259

39

10 / 216

Sweet Baby J

Phil Cooper/
Steve Bassett
Tom Schroder

38

39

[40/

DNF]

40/

DNS

38

38

39

38

270

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