Racing Scores

Prior year scores will be displayed until a new series is started.  Scoring is done using St Pete Scorer.  Boats must display proper numbers per Section 2.1 in the CLYC Sailing Instructions; visit this link for help with obtaining and installing sail numbers.

E-Scows 

     Spring Regatta
     4th of July
     Round-the-Lake
     Labor Day
     Seasons
     E-Scow Invitational Regatta

MC-Scows 

     Spring Regatta
     Bryan Greene
     4th of July
     Mid-Season Regatta
     Labor Day
     Seasons

Junior Butterflies 

     June Series
     July Series
     Outlet-and-Back
     August Series
     Seasons
     Underdog Regatta
     End of Seasons Regatta

Wood-Pussies 

     4th of July
     July Series
     August Series
     Seasons

Ladies Butterflies

     Seasons

Open Butterflies

     Firecracker Regatta
     Seasons

MC Practice Fleet

     Seasons

RC Fleet 

     Seasons

C-Scows

     Seasons

A brief commentary on the CLYC scoring system:  In 2015, we upgraded our website platform from FrontPage to a more modern, cloud-based, content management system called Squarespace. At the same time, the CLYC Fleet Captain, Bill McMillan, took over scoring duties and did a thorough investigation of alternative, commercially available yacht scoring software solutions, and he settled on the St Pete Scorer as the best option for the CLYC.  As can be expected with any technical switch, there have been some startup glitches associated with launching this new system, but through considerable work on the Fleet Captain's part, as well as a number of others, we now have all known problems solved, and scoring has been conformed to our unique CLYC needs, often with personal support from the author of the St Pete Scorer himself. Bill has invested many hours in setting up the new system, and has demonstrated that the St Pete Scorer not only has the necessary flexibility to meet the needs of a variety of yacht club rules, but that it is designed to be sufficiently user friendly that members with minimal computing skills can enter data and publish scores.  Going forward, the CLYC racing program is relatively dynamic with new regattas and rules being proposed from time to time, so maintaining accuracy of the results will require occasional changes to the way the software is used.  Should any of our members detect problems in the posted results, we would appreciate their timely description of the issues via email to scorer(at)clyc.net.