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J/22 World Championship at Corpus Christi Yacht Club - Day 2

by Julie & Christopher Howell 21 Jul 22:40 PDT July 19-23, 2021

Jeff Progelhof's Schitzen Giggles (Rush Creek Yacht Club) with crew Paul Foerster and Rod Favela are rocking Corpus Christi Bay.

Progelhof has started the J/22 World Championship with three bullets and then a 6 in the last race of day two for a total score of 9. Travis Odenbach's Honeybadger is in second place with 12 points and Mike Marshall's Pressure Drop moved to third overall with 17 points.

The 42 teams representing 14 states took to the waters for the second day of the Championship and completed three races to put the event back on schedule. Progelhof's Schitzen Giggles won race two in winds between 10-12 knots, followed by Odenbach's Honeybadger and Chris Wientjes' 22 Caliber in third. Then Progelhof's Schitzen Giggles won race three in breeze between 12-14 knots, trailed by Tom Meeh's Meehem and Marshall's Pressure Drop. Race four was won by Glenn Darden on Baby Doll in winds between 13-16 knots, ahead of Marshall's Pressure Drop and Odenbach's Honeybadger.

Results after Day 2:

PosBow / Sail No  Boat  NameSkipperClubR1R2R3R4Pts
1  24 / USA 24  Schitzen Giggles  Jeff Progelhof   Rush Creek Yacht Club  1  1  1  6  9  
2  42 / USA 1542  Honeybadger  Travis Odenbach   Rochester Yacht Club  2  2  4  3    
3  01 / USA 1586  Pressure Drop  Mike Marshall   New York Yacht Club  6  6  3  2    
4  31 / USA 1531  Blackburn Marine Racing  Casey Lambert   Lakewood Yacht Club  4  14  5  4    
5  49 / USA 1649  The Jug 4 1  Christopher Doyle   Youngstown Yacht Club  10  4  8  5    
6  78 / USA 878  Meehem  Tom Meeh   Galveston Bay Cruising Asso.  3  8  2  20    
7  86 / USA 486  En Fuego  Michael Schmid   Wayzata Yacht Club  11  5  10  10    
8  04 / USA 404    Bill Draheim   Rush Creek Yacht Club  7  15  6  12    
9  35 / USA 35  Skank  Brant Koepke   Galveston Bay Cruising Asso.  5  23  14  7    
10  52 / USA 752  Miss Conduct  James Freedman   Dallas Corinthian Yacht Club  8  10  7  26    
11  16 / USA 1464  Hot Toddy  Jeffrey Todd   Annapolis Yacht Club  18  11  15  9    
12  06 / USA 206  Why Knot?  Karl Bradley   Shreveport Yacht Club  26  7  13  8    
13  62 / USA 1462  HNL2  Douglas Weakly   YC  16  12  12  14    
14  63 / USA 863  Let the Wookie Win  Jon Larson   Lakewood Yacht Club  14  20  9  16    
15  54 / USA 754  22 Caliber  Chris Wientjes   Corinthians Sailing Association  19  3  27  11    
16  76 / USA 1076  Baby Doll  Glenn Darden   Fort Worth Boat Club  9  9  Q  1    
17  89 / USA 1589  Second Line  Richard Heausler   Bay Waveland YC / Southern YC  20  29  11  13    
18  46 / USA 1646  VooDoo Baby  Keith Zars   Lake Canyon Yacht Club  12  18  18  28    
19  18 / USA 1318  Turn Down For What  Kurt Taken‑Holtze   Wayzata Yacht Club  15  22  19  23    
20  33 / USA 533  Highlander  Kyle Meyhoefer   Lake Lanier Sailing Club  28  17  16  19    
21  91 / USA 918  Tilt  Alex Schwinn   Lakewood YC / Ft. Worth Boat Club  27  13  31  15    
22  60 / USA 600  Valhalla  Scott Greenawalt   Oklahoma City Boat Club  13  27  28  22    
23  58 / USA 358  Liten' Up!  Terry Schertz   Austin Yacht Club  25  24  20  25    
24  19 / USA 919  Troublemaker  Kevin Orff   Hades Yacht Club  34  16  24  21    
25  45 / USA 1645  Heather's Kitchen  David McBrier   Erie Yacht Club  22  32  17  24    
26  10 / USA 1510  Gray Duck  Matthew Thompson   Wayzata Yacht Club  D  19  21  18    
27  12 / USA 1024  Carnival Time  Tommy Meric   Southern Yacht Club  24  21  23  33    
28  88 / USA 788  Juicy  Alyssa Thomas   Sarasota Sailing Squadron  32  34  25  17    
29  81 / USA 881  The Dude  Matt Zupon   Wayzata Sailing  17  26  30  36    
30  26 / USA 226  Alyssa Rose  Scott Dunn   Lake Canyon Yacht Club  23  35  22  29    
31  30 / USA 830  Veloce v2.2  Josh Richline   Corpus Christi Yacht Club  31  31  26  31    
32  14 / USA 814  Stampede  Colin Feik   Oklahoma City Boat Club  29  28  35  27    
33  65 / USA 265  J Bear  Ginjer Yachechak   North Flathead Yacht Club  21  25  34  S    
34  64 / USA 964  Humbucker  Ted Lischer   Perry Yacht Club  30  36  32  30    
35  61 / USA 1346  Bethem Royal  Justin Howard   Oklahoma City Boat Club  36  30  33  32    
36  71 / USA 1271  Dog Shot  Ryan Schwend   Rush Creek Yacht Club  D  37  29  35    
37  66 / USA 626  Ohana  Sydney Pinegar   Oklahoma City Boat Club  35  39  37  37    
38  72 / USA 352  Cerberus  Phillip Davis   Lake Canyon Yacht Club  37  33  36  S    
39  44 / USA 449  Mule Mechanic  Ben Kyzar   Lake Canyon Yacht Club  39  38  38  34    
40  50 / USA 1050  Zulu Time  Dave Ebbrecht   Weatherby Lake Yacht Club  33  40  39  38    
41  02 / USA 2  Hot Ruddered Bum  Galen Freeman   Ft Walton YV & Percy Priest YC  38  42  43/RET‑BF  39    
42  07 / USA 707  Trailer Park Tornado  Matt Gibbs   North Flathead Yacht Club  40  41  S  S    

Racing continues through Friday. For more information www.regattanetwork.com/event/21100

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