NESSA is one of seven regional districts in the Interscholastic Sailing Association (ISSA)


Lake Forest HS topped 9 other schools from around the country to become the first Mid-west school to win the NIT. The event was shortened by a lack of wind on Sunday, but the racing was intense and the outcome came down to the final race.

High School Sailing (Interscholastic Sailing Association – ISSA) holds the final Championship of the sailing season with the Baker Team Race Championship, in Seabrook, TX sailed out of Lakewood Yacht Club this coming weekend, May 24-25. If the Mallory Championship was any indicator, the Baker will be equally as exciting.

The competition was tight at both NESSA Team Racing events this weekend on Cape Cod. In Hyannis, Tabor bested the field of 8 to win the Terk and earn a berth to the NIT. Meanwhile, in Osterville, St George's cam from behind to beat Cape Cod Academy for the 2014 NESSA Team Racing Championship.

The High School Doublehanded Championship brought together 20 schools from across the USA to compete in San Diego Bay on May 10-11. With the venue just off the B Street Pier, and team compounds perched on the edge over the course, it proved to be an epic venue for both sailors and spectators. The 11-race regatta, sailed in Club Flying Juniors, ended in dramatic fashion. It could not have been any closer. Sharing the details and emotions of the moment is Steve Hunt, coach of the winning Point Loma High School team…

The final set of coach's polls and computer tabulations were wrapped up Monday night and on Tuesday, inviations to the two NESSA Team Racing Championships were distrubuted.

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