ISSA News

Congratulations to all the competitors and huge thank you to all the RC for running a great event! It was great to see and hear all the good sportsmanship and gratitude of the competitors, coaches and spectators! First place: Cameron Giblin - Ranney School, Second place: Chapman Peterson - The Hotchkiss School, Third place: Luke Arnone - Ranney School


We hope everyone had an awesome summer and that you are excited for the High School Sailing Season rapidly coming upon us. This article contains a few links and items to help teams get ready for the season.


2018 Baker Team Race Nationals - Congratulations to Point Loma High School


2018 Mallory Results


Two online courses are recommended for all involved with high school sailing. Read on for the links.


On ​S​aturday​, March 10th from 12pm - 2pm​ come enjoy Waterfront Luncheon Hors d'oeuvres & Wine Tasting at Santa Barbara Yacht Club while watching the racing of the Gaucho Regatta. This is another "final push" for the fundraising campaign to replace the PCISA District CFJ Sails (64 Sets)  as well as to fund some organizational enhancements to support our district growth and needs. For $25 per person you get to sample multiple wines from the Two Sisters, Lincourt SRH & Firestone brands generously donated by Foley Family Wines and enjoy Luncheon Hors d'oeuvres on the deck at Santa Barbara Yacht Club.


Congratulations to H.B. Plant High School for winning the 2017 National Invitational Tournament


Congratulations to Chase Carraway of Cape Fear Academy, winner of the Radial Fleet and to Joseph Hou from Newport Harbor High School winner of the Full Rig Fleet.


Final ranks resulted in Antilles High School taking the first place in the national team race championship! Second place was earned by Point Loma High School and third place went to Milton Academy.


Point Loma High School wins 2017 ISSA Doublehanded Championship for the Mallory Trophy.


The 2017 Mallory is set to begin at MIT, follow along with live results and live drone coverage with commentary by Ken Legler.


Here are some quick links to follow the 2017 Mallory Championship


The High School sailing season is now focused on its Spring Nationals which get underway with the Mallory Championship, to be held May 12-14 at MIT in Cambridge, MA. The Mallory Trophy, dedicated in 1930, will determine the best of fleet racing among the 7 Districts across the USA.


10 teams were in attendance all having qualified through their district eliminations or having received an at large berth. The St Petersburg Yacht Club just recently bought a brand new fleet of J70’s, which were used for the event.


33 teams from around the country came to New Orleans’ Southern Yacht Club for the 2016 Allstate Sugar Bowl Great Oaks Regatta November 19 & 20!


The ISSA 2017 (Fall 2016) Cressy Championships were held in Galveston, Texas at the Sea Scout Base Galveston on October 29-30, 2016. Sailing took place in Offatts Bayou just a short distance off the docks for both the Radial and Full Rig fleets. Laser Performance provided 36 beautiful Ice Blue new Lasers for the regatta!


THE BIG EASY A wide-eyed high school sailor leaves the New Orleans sailing scene cultured and connected after a regatta in the Big Easy. By Adrian van der Wal June 20, 2016


St. George’s School Wins Team Racing Nationals High School Sailing (Interscholastic Sailing Association – ISSA) concluded the spring Championship season with the Team Racing Championship, held May 28-29 in Anacortes, WA. Twelve schools that advanced from seven district qualifiers competed in Club Flying Juniors for the Baker Trophy.


Congratulations to the Norfolk Collegiate School for winning the 2016 National Invitational Tournament


Congratulations to the Clear Falls High School Knights on winning the 2016 ISSA Mallory Doublehanded Championship!


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