There are some fish heads will be getting a few more miles on them after making their way from Lake Pulaski, down to Saratoga Lake and now throughout the Northeast and a lucky few into Canada (explain that at the border….).
The weather cooperated enough to get all the races in on Sunday for the junior divisions with Saratoga Rowing Association leading the way with 12 overall category wins followed by Greenwich Crew with seven, Niagara Falls with five, St. Catherines Rowing Club with four and Community Rowing Inc. with three.
Overall category winners
Saratoga Rowing 12
Greenwich Crew 7
Niagara Falls 5
St. Cathernines Rowing Club 4
Community Rowing Inc. 3
Narragansett Boat Club 3
Don Rowing Club 2
New Canaan Crew 2
Connecticut Boat Club 2
Niskayuna Rowing 1
Results will be posted to @NYSRowing on Twitter as you expect. Reda will be off-site posting and staying warm. Saturday’s weather also pushed me out to Gloversville for the Section 2 field hockey championships, times three, so good luck to all teams.
Well, Mother Nature took umbrage to the annual last weekend of October regatta in Saratoga Springs. When grizzly, seasoned regatta director Chris Chase called the weather Saturday morning ‘miserable’ you knew it was bad.
With the wind gusts increasing heading into the afternoon, the second slate of racing was cancelled as it was chock full of small boat events.
Listed are the complete Sunday morning results courtesy of ‘Timing Princess’ Susan Pursmiska and her talented crew. Saturday AM Head of the Fish
It’s an annual rite of passage for many high school rowing teams, the trip to and through Boston via the Charles River.
Each shell’s coxswain will face their biggest challenge, passing, calling a Power 10 and negotiating five bridges and turns along the way.
Here is the listing of the New York State High School entries to schedule your viewing time. Head of the Charles High School entries
More than 280 New York State entries, both college and scholastic will be heading to Shelton, Connecticut for the 2018 installment of the Head of the Housatonic.
The weather forecast is ideal, sunny, low humidity with a light breeze and temperatures in the 60s.
Row America Rye captured seven medals Saturday at the 20th annual Head of the Riverfront Regatta at Riverside Park in Hartford, Conn. hosted by Riverfront Recapture.
Tne New York State Rowing entry also took home three trophies from the event: The Discover RE Cup in the men’s 1st Junior 4+; the Greater Hartford Jaycees Bowl in the men’s 1st Junior 8+ and the Marfuggi Points Award going to Row America Rye.
Saugatuck Rowing Club also brought home medals for its five first-place finishes Saturday and also captured three trophies – the Guzman Bowl in the women’s 1st Junior 8+; the Reige Plate to the men’s junior novice 8+ and the Mowell Trophy in the women’s junior novice 8+.
Pelham Community Rowing Association claimed four medals on the day Saturday with Niskayuna Rowing also coming away with one medal.
Greenwich Crew 9 medals
Row America Rye 7 medals
Saugatuck RC 5 medals
Pelham Comunity RA 4 medals
Berkshire School 3 medals
Farmington Valley RA 3 medals
Pioneer Valley RC 3 medals
Riverfront Recapture 3 medals
WPI Crew 3 medals
UConn 3 medals
Holyoke Rows 2 medals
Rockland Rowing 2 medals
Trinity College 2 medals
Connecticut BC 1 medal
Great River Rowing 1 medal
King School 1 medal
Mystic River Rowing 1 medal
New York Athletic Club 1 medal
Niskayuna Rowing 1 medal
Noank RC 1 medal
Palm Beach RA 1 medal
Pettipaug Yacht Club 1 medal
Power 10 Indoor Rowing 1 medal
Row America Greenwich 1 medal
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. – Fall rowing can be one of the cruelest seasons for an athlete.
Many of the Saratoga Rowing Association competitors started their season in mid- to late August and Saturday was the first time they were able to wear their SRA uniforms and pull an oar against someone not in their boathouse at the annual Tail of the Fish Regatta on Fish Creek.
25 competing teams – 239 entries
Saratoga Rowing Association 24 medals
GMS 4 medals
Advanced Community Rowing Association 2 medals
Mohawk Homeschool 2 medals
Hudson River Rowing Association 1 medal
Emma Willard 1 medal
Burnt Hills Rowing Association 1 medal
New York State Scholastic Rowing Association had 82 entries in this weekend’s Scholastic Rowing Association of America national championship regatta with 36 of those entries advancing to Saturday’s championship finals.
18 of those entries earned medals Saturday afternoon – Congrats to all.