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2013 news of the first half

Joe Skotarzak  | Published on Sunday, July 28, 2013
 

Beulah X fleet goes to Quads, takes bullets, wins Volleyball

The Beulah X fleet travelled up the road to Nagawicka for the Quad Lakes regatta Monday and Tuesday.  Brooke and Ryan Komas had a furious last-beat rally to take the last race on day one, and John Barr and Gabe DiBiase went big right the first beat and took a commanding lead and led the fleet around the course in very convincing fashion to take the last bullet of the event on Tuesday!  Both finished in the top 5, and Beulah also brought back home the coveted Quad Lakes volleyball trophy!
 
 

MC drops the HAMMER

Local hero Mary Claire Kiernan and her crew, Elizabeth Pemberton, competed in Club 420s at the 2013 U.S. Junior Women's Double handed Championship for the Ida Lewis Trophy, competing with 38 of the nation's top junior women sailors. After two days of on the water clinics instructed by USA National coaches, the ladies completed a total of eight races over the course of three days.  On the final morning they really put it in gear with a race win and a deuce to get close and finished the event tied for fourth!  Alas the tiebreaker went against them and so they were officially fifth.  Awesome results on the national stage!  MC is off to Tufts in the fall to continue her sailing career.

X fleet travels to Pine for TRAP

The Beulah X fleet spent the week dodging raindrops and thunderstorms while getting covered with mud and waiting for wind, and also did some sailing.  In the Senior edition, Mary and Annie Berg led the charge with a consistent series and overall 3rd place finish, while Brooke and Ryan Komas took a race win and 6th overall.  They left and the Juniors came on, and it was really a battle with the weather - at Pine from noon Wednesday through the end of the Thursday and the only completed races were three on Thursday morning.  Caroline and Kendall were the top Beulah boat as they brought the 217 home in 5th overall, followed closely by Brigit and John Berg riding the 66 to 7th and Patrick and Jonah on the 77 rounding out the Beulah money-winners in 9th.  Back to Beulah for some fleet racing, and then off to Nagawicka for Quads! (click for bigger winner pictures)

      


Beulah welcomes OPTI fleet for LBSS Opti Regatta

For many years now the Lake Beulah Sailing School has picked a Monday in June to invite opti sailors from all over the area to come and race.  Today is that Monday!  This event is prelude to the ILYA Opti Championship that we're hosting in July.  It's early and the sun hasn't come out yet but we've a spirited group and the breezes are in the trees-es!  On the RWB side, there were a total of 55 racers, they got in 3 races and Henry Chapman took the title.  Over on the Green course there were 25 junior racers and a total of 6 races sailed, with Fritz Simon taking the top spot!  Results are posted.  GREEN  RWB  Pictures

 

Ben Porter/Joe Kutsch win National Champs in A Scow with Burdick Team

The I-28 Silverhawk repeated as National Champions in the A Scow. Beulah sailors repeated on the boat owned by Geneva's Terry Blanchard and skipper Andy Burdick. Past LBYC member Peter Keck is also on the boat along with Joe's girlfriend Molly Forbes as the seventh. Also attending the event were John and David Porter on the ill-fated White Magic who lost a mast in dramatic fashion when it exploded downwind.

Annie Haeger is Ranked #1 in World now

The most recent international rankings have Annie Haeger and Briana Provancha in first place in tthe women's 470 class. Haeger returns home for less than a month after traveling to events in Europe in May and June. She returns to Europe in July to rejoin the world's finest sailors.

C Nationals - Haeger and Roble take Second

Will Haeger and Brad Roble were runnerups in the C National Championship Regatta held on Pewaukee June 14-16. Haeger won on overall points but with a throwout he and Roble found themselves behind Leif and Erik Evensen of LaBelle. Haeger and Roble won a race and had no race below 12th. He was the second junior since Evensen is also a youth sailor. Haeger comes off a successful college year at Tufts where he earned All-American honors as a junior and was also the National Collegiate Matchracing Champ. Watch out Beulah C fleet.
 
Not to be outdone, his dad Kent was third overall with Mike Greeson as crew. Kent was the top master. He finished the event after the throwouts with no race below 10th. It was a great event with Beulah the largest represented fleet. Beulah had sailors on the water and RC on the course. Frank Davenport and Ronnie Jarecki placed 15th. The Davenport brothers had one close race following each other in as high as 3rd and 4th for most of the race.
 
Top master, Kent Haeger, shown to the right. Christine Porter was top female skipper. Frank Davenport was awarded the Road Warrior award indicating the highest finishing skipper attending the most regattas. Overall winner were Leif and Erik Evensen of LaBelle which marks the first time a junior has won this event. Evensen sailed for Wisconsin and Will (still in college) sails for Tufts demonstrating what our strong junior programs are producing these days. Many junior sailors were present as the C fleet continues its strong promotion to the graduating X sailors.
 
 Watch for the C fleet to compete at the ILYA Invitational and WYA C in July and early August. the Inland Champs occur in mid-August at Okoboji. IA
 
  

Roble is US Women's Matchracing Runnerup

 

The US Sailing Women's Matchracing Champs were held in Chicago at Steph Roble's "home" course, June 13-16. With a team of four other sailors, Roble led the event on day one. Round two and the finals saw her lose to the overall winner, Jenn Wilson, also from Chicago. Roble travels next to Denmark for more matchracing competition.  

MIR C

 
We have one in the lot and one at the crane and Luca is in the house! 
   
Y'all get on down here! If you can't, click here for results:  RESULTS


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Sails proudly displayed a red drop on the leech this weekend to support Kevin Brickler who was diagnosed with leukemia Memorial Day weekend. Kevin will be in Froedtert Hospital for an estimated six weeks. You can follow his progress on  a website called the Caring Bridge where Molly posts each night and also has posted a calendar for requested assistance. Their many friends have rapidly volunteered for all the June tasks. Our prayers are with the Brickler family - Kevin and Molly, Adele and Crosby along with his brother Brian and family and Gil Brickler. The C fleet party this year will invite all the club to a FUNdraiser for Kevin and Molly.

 Two More All-Americans - Will Haeger and Colin Smith Named to Coed Team

 Little Lake Beulah now boasts three All-Americans this year as Will Haeger (Tufts) and Colin Smith (Brown) were named May 30th to the 2013 team. Haeger is a junior and Smith a senior. Congratulations to our fine, fine sailors.
 

Annie Haeger/Briana Provancha Take Silver at Delta Lloyd

 In the second European international event of the season, the top American 470 team of Haeger/Provancha moved from 4th to silver in the final medal round. Haeger was sailing a new boat in the Netherlands and quickly adjusted to the new boat and rig. Congrats to Team HP.

Steph Hudson Named Women's College All-American 

 Boston College finished the year with a fourth place overall award but Beulah sailor Steph Hudson was rewarded for her year's sailing with an All-American title. Hudson finished 9th in A Division while her B teammate finished 2nd. Hudson, however, won the qualifying event to attend the national event. Congratulations, to Hudson who follows in the steps of Steph Roble and Annie Haeger as Women's All-Americans. Next up will be George Kutsch in college team racing along with Colin Smith. They will be joined by Will Haeger in college Co-ed nationals next week Last year Joe Kutschenreuter was named Co-ed All-American.

Steph Roble Wins First International Matchracing Event of Season

 
 
 
Steph Roble traveled to St. Quay, France along with her crew of Maggie Shea, Meg Six and Janel Zarkowsky in the Women's International Match Racing Series. She returns home with a third place finish.  In the field of ten teams, eight skippers were ranked in the top ten and three were 2012 Olympians. The strong competition and full slate of teams are both very promising signs for the WIMR series, which has four more stops- Korea, Denmark, New York, and Sweden-and an overall prize purse of $50,000.00. Roble will not compete in all the events but has chosen those events as funding permits. To contribute to Epic Racing's campaign, go here Donate.                            
 
           

Roble is Top-10 Ranked in US. Haeger is Top Five in World!

USSailing has released the latest US Match Race Rankings, and our very own Steph Roble is ranked #4 woman and #7 overall! Click here for the full Rankings  Annie Haeger found herself moving from 23rd to 4th in the World in the latest ISAF rankings in Women's 470s.