Last Update: September 25, 2007

2007 Dixie Cup

 

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North Carolina - South Carolina - Georgia

 

Scorekeeper: Frank Angel

Events: 1-Atlanta Apr 14-15 (complete), 2-Raleigh May 19-20 (complete), 3-Elon Jun 16-17 (complete), 4-Sun City Sep 22-23 (complete).

This series is complete

Rules Listed below the scoring table.

    ATL RAL ELON S.CITY    
CAPTAIN YRN #  ROUND 1  ROUND 2  ROUND 3  ROUND 4  TOTAL  STANDING
Cobley 1625 20 21 21 12 74 1
Allen 47 24 19 15 16 74 2
Wubbe 2123 18   19 18 55 3
West 94 24   17 13 54 4
Vernon 1594 15 11 13 14 53 5
Kahle 1473 28   23   51 6
Olbrich 1896   17 25 9 51 7
McInerney 1813 10 9 10 22 51 8
Bottensek 1911 22     26 48 9
Szczepanski 663 7 13 9 11 40 10
Angel 1858 9 8 21   38 11
Philips 265 12   11 10 33 12
Hale 1575 8 10 12   30 13
Walter 1624 26       26 14
Mathews 4316 6 6 14   26 15
Kakavas 1536   17 8   25 16
Rinehart 166       24 24 17
Brawner 1253       22 22 18
Hunt 1616     21   21 19
Mersereau 1389     21   21 20
Bowen 1454     21   21 21
Bremer 2281       20 20 22
Dudinsky 2095 17       17 23
Greer 3336 16       16 24
DiTommaso 1550       15 15 25
Hawley 1820   15     15 26
Gerry, D 1796 14       14 27
Germer 1862 13       13 28
Shepard 1501 11       11 29
Smith 1762       8 8 30
Donahoe 1706       7 7 31
Amoroso 75     7   7 32
Utley 1646   7     7 33
Breininger 2111       6 6 34
Ward 1804     6   6 35
Mobbs 2830 5       5 36
Rukia 1713       5 5 37
Scudder 1752     5   5 38
Gualt 1744   5     5 40
               
               
Regatta Staff              

 

 

Scoring Rules:

The 2007 Dixie Cup

 

The Piedmont Model Yacht Club sponsors a special trophy for the EC-12 Class. This award will go to the captain who has the best over-all score for the regattas held in North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. The PMYC scorekeeper has volunteered to keep tack of the scores and maintain a running total that will be posted at each event. The purpose on this award is to increase attendance at regattas without punishing the very people that make our hobby possible, the RDís and staff members. Just think what our sport would be like if no one wanted to be RD.

 

Dixie Cup Rules

 

1.       All scheduled regattas in the Carolinas and Georgia are part of this series.

2.       Only regattas scheduled at the beginning of the year shall qualify. Last minute regattas for locals only will not qualify.

3.       All qualifying regattas will be 2 day events

4.       All EC-12 Captains are eligible

5.       There is no entry fee.

6.       Each entrant in a regatta that actually starts at least one heat gets 5 points for their entry. No shows, get no points.

7.       Each entrant gets 1 point for each boat they beat.  If you win a 20 boat regatta, you get 19 points, 2nd = 18 etc. Last place only receives the 5 points for entering.

8.       The winner of each event gets and additional 5 bonus points. Second place gets 4 bonus points. Third gets 3 bonus points. Fourth gets 2 bonus points and fifth gets 1 bonus point. If you win a 20 boat regatta you get 5 points for entering, 19 points for beating 19 boats and 5 points for finishing first. Your point total for that event would be 29.

9.       In the event of ties, the highest score for each captain in a regatta he actually sailed in will be used to break ties. Points RDís and staff members received shall not be used to break ties. If there are still ties the AMYA tie breaking system will be used.

10.     The Regatta Director and any of his staff that would normally sail in the event will be awarded 1 point for each boat entered and 5 points for administrating the event.

11.     In the event the RD and/or some of the staff also sail in the event, they shall be awarded points like all the other entrants.

12.     An RD or staff member may only receive points for administrating one event per season. For all other events in the series that they administrate they shall receive 5 points.

13.     At the end of the year, each Captainís points for the four (4) regattas in which they scored the highest score will be totaled and the captain with the most points will win the trophy. The top five (5) will qualify for the Champions Regatta.