Sunday Head of the Fish results, tallies

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.

Here are Sunday’s combined results, morning and afternoon rows: HOF 2018 Sunday results

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

Sunday hopeful Head of the Fish schedule

Here’s to hoping that Mother Nature doesn’t rear her ugly head again Sunday as the Head of the Fish heads into it’s second day and that it is a full day of racing.

The adults and colleges were blown off for Saturday’s afternoon racing, but Sunday looks to be much more wind-friendly than Saturday was.

Here is the race schedule with bow numbers courtesy of Saratoga Rowing Association and the ‘Timing Princess’ Susan Pruiksma.
Sunday Head of the Fish schedule

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.

Stay warm, row fast!

Sunday Head of the Charles team listings – times

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

Here is the link for The Rowing Channel to view all the action during the weekend.

Head of the Housatonic schedule and bow #s

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.

Here is the day’s events schedule HOH Schedule

and the HOH list of bow numbers assigned: HOH Heat Sheet Weds Oct 3

Good luck to all the competing NYSSRA teams.

SRAA New York Rowing results

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.

Complete 2018 SRAA results/times

Here is a quick look at the medals recap –

Saratoga Rowing Association – 8 medals total –
Gold: Girls varsity 8+; Girls lightweight 2x; Boys lightweight 4x, Boys freshman 4x
Silver: Girls JV 4x; Boys varsity 4x; Boys JV 4x
Bronze: Girls JV 8+

Augustine Classical Academy – Gold: Girls JV 2x
Burnt Hills Rowing – Bronze: Boys Varsity 2x
FD Roosevelt – Bronze:Boys Varsity 1x
Manhasset – Gold – Boys Leightweight 4+
Nardin – Silver: Girls Lightweight 8+
Nichols – Silver: Girls Lightweight 8+
Niskayuna – Bronze: Girls Lightwieght 8+
Schuylerville – Silver: Girls 1x
Shen Crew (Friends of Shen Crew, Inc.) – Silver: Girls Leightweight 4x
St. Anthony’s – Silver: Boys Varsity 1x

Updated schedule – SRAA – storms in the afternoon

Stop me if you heard this before…

From @SRAAContact on Twitter
Due to predicted storms this afternoon, Finals will begin at 11:40 am.

PETITE FINALS WILL BE MOVED TO THE LAST RACES OF THE DAY.
There will be NO LUNCH BREAK.

So here is you updated schedule – Updated SRAA schedule – no break

SRAA Saturday heat sheets

With temperatures nearing 90 degrees at Camden, NJ the rowing will be fast, furious and possibly condensed as what’s an SRAA in New Jersey without the threat of thunderstorms?

Saturday’s early semis and finals schedule

We are still at NYSSRA HQ, so results will again be available on Twitter @NYSRowing with an eye on the weather and contact on-site for updates.

There is a scheduled break from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. so stay tuned as the 6 a.m. hourly has thunderstorms possible after 2 p.m.

Sucessful Friday at Stotesbury Cup

A change in venue and race course didn’t impact the New York State entries Friday on the Cooper River at the Stotesbury Cup.

28 New York entries advanced to semifinals or finals Saturday at #StotesJersey as the regatta was moved earlier this week.

Here is the listing of the competing teams, events and red highlights those crews that have advanced.
Stotesbury entries results
More updates on Twitter on Saturday.

Good luck to all the New York State teams.

Stotesbury on The Cooper River time trial times/bows

The rowers are now eight miles away from the original site AND in a different state, but the 92nd Stotesbury Cup is still set to begin at 8 a.m. on Friday with time trials.

New York State Scholastic Rowing Association will be represented by 23 different clubs with 107 entries.

We’ll keep you updated via twitter with their results with a full day recap at the end of the day Friday as the weekend gives way to rain on Saturday in the Northeast.

Stotesbury Ttime Trial start order

Four more years – From Fish Creek to BU

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Saratoga Rowing Association senior rowers Kathryn Grabowski (left) and Catharine Griskowitz (right) have rowed together for the past nine years and will both attend Boston University this fall as part of the women’s lightweight program.

They have been best friends since grade school, they learned to row together on Fish Creek and the success will continue for Saratoga Rowing Association seniors Kathryn Grabowski and Catharine Griskowitz who are both joining the Boston University lightweight program in the fall.

SRA’s Kathryn Grabowki and Catharine Griskowitz to attend BU

The duo have competed in almost every configuration of boats for SRA through the years and wanted to end their careers together in the double, winning a state title last weekend.

The two rowers, not college roommates (too much of a good thing), will look to continue their winning ways at nationals.