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Mark Trophy win just one of St. George’s sailing team 2014 highlights
Our skilled sailors were on a roll—and with a heck of a schedule—in 2014.
The run of victories and top-place finishes began in New London, Conn., when sailors Roger Dorr ’14, Will Logue ’16, Taylor Kirkpatrick ’16, Caroline Macaulay ’16, Oliver Parsons ’17, Teddy Carter ’14, George Moss ’17, Miranda Bakos ’14, Peggy Kilvert ’14 and Nicolas Flores ’14 placed second behind Hotchkiss in the O’Day Trophy competition at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy on April 27. The finish secured the team a berth at the Nationals in San Diego.
Then, in California May 9-11, after two days of intensive racing, the team again finished second—just one point behind Point Loma High School (Calif.) in the National Fleet Racing Championship. Roger Dorr ’14, sailing with Miranda Bakos ’14 and Caroline Macaulay ’16, won the A division while Will Logue ’16, sailing with Oliver Parsons ’17, Teddy Carter ’14 and George Moss ’17, placed fourth in the B division.
On May 17-18, the team competed off Cape Cod for the Mark Trophy—the New England Team Racing Championship. It came down to a tiebreaker with Cape Cod Academy, and SG came home with the victory cup. Attending the event for SG were (above, in the top row): Teddy Carter ’14, George Moss ’17, Nicolas Flores ’14, Roger Dorr ’14, Will Logue ’16, Oliver Parsons ’17, Carter Rose ’15 and Coach Roy Williams; and (in the bottom row) Caroline Macaulay ’16, Miranda Bakos ’14, Taylor Kirkpatrick ’16 and Peggy Kilvert ’14.
On Memorial Day weekend, May 24-25, the team headed to Seabrook, Texas, for the ISSA Baker Trophy competition—the National Team Racing Championship Regatta at Lakewood Yacht Club. Skippers Dorr, Logue and Flores, along with crews Kirkpatrick, Bakos, Parsons, Carter and Macaulay, finished in third place with a record of 11-6.
Roger Dorr ’14 said the team came into the season with high expectations and he’s happy sailors were able to meet most of them and perform well at the national level. “My experience sailing at SG is one that I can’t replace,” he said. “I’m grateful for the invaluable coaching I have received and the unique opportunities awarded.”
Miranda Bakos ’14 echoed the sentiment: “What I'll remember most from my last season is that having a set goal and finding concrete ways to work toward that goal are imperative for success. We got on the water every day knowing what we as a team and as individuals needed to work on, and with everyone together under the same mindset we were able to push each other toward even greater improvement.”
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