Schmidt/LeRoy win Quads!

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B-7 wins!

Annie Cate Schmidt and Anneliese LeRoy

On July 5 & 6, LBYC hosted the Quad Lakes Regatta consisting of Beulah, Cedar, Nagawicka, Pine, Madison, & Oshkosh X sailors. Thirty six (36) boats competed in five races during the event.  Annie Cate Schmidt and Anneliese LeRoy sailed their B7 "Little Schmidt" to victory despite not winning a race.  Second place finishers A136, Abby Eckert & Alison Heimsch, won two races, but a 12th place finish in the fifth race extended Schmidt's margin of victory to nine points. Beulah had a strong fleet of eleven boats competing.

For final results, click here.

Jacob Zils outlasts Ashley Mueller to win 2018 LBSS Opti Championship

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Results:  RWB Championship     Red Fleet     Blue Fleet    White Fleet      Green Fleet

Gevena's Jacob Zils won the four race regatta by one point over Beulah's Ashley Mueller to take home the coveted Labanauskas Trophy. Fifty one boats competed in the Red White and Blue Championship Fleet with northeastern breezes at 7 to 15 mph.  The event was tightly contested at the top.  None of the top four finishers finished lower than fourth place in a race. Zils, Muller, Plummer (Geneva), and Ackley (Pine) each won a race.  The Championship came down to the final race with Zils finishing second and Mueller finishing one place back in third.  RWB Fleet winners were Zils - Red, Plummer - Blue, and Austin Steiner - White.

In the Green Fleet, thirty two sailors competed in what for most, was their first regatta experience. Jack Plummer of Geneva finished first, followed by Andrew Meinjtes of Madison, and Kai Suh-Pomierski of Geneva. Top finishers for the host club were Cameryn Neudorff, Hailey Greeson, and Christian Connor.

The Lake Beulah Sailing School would like to thank the PROs, Signal Boat, Mark Set, boat launch team, registration, scorer, and lunch crews. Special shout out for our event chair, Nancy Schmidt!

2017 LBSS Student of the Year - Ashley Mueller

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"Tonight's recipient is an exemplary sailing student.  Her successful sailing year in the Opti was a direct result of her hard work and effort on the water.  Not only did she win a regatta, but she also had top 10 finishes at the ILYA Championship. As a student, she always showed up to class with a competitive mindset ready to improve her skills. She never complained and acted as a role model for the rest of the students. Her willingness to be a substitute crew in the X boat was a tremendous help to the instructors and allowed other sailors to progress.  Her manners, sportsmanship, and leadership skills were evident both on and off the sailboat. She has shown great commitment to the sport and is ready to take her skills to the next level. This student is truly deserving of this award. Congratulations to this year's winner of the LBSS Sailing School Sailor of the Year Award, Ashley Mueller."  Michael Barr - Head Race Coach

Simon wins 25th Annual LBSS Opti Regatta

 Red Fleeters Meta Simon, Ellie Harned, and Anders Beckes took 1, 2, and 5 in the RWB Fleet.

Red Fleeters Meta Simon, Ellie Harned, and Anders Beckes took 1, 2, and 5 in the RWB Fleet.

Despite winds gusting over 20 mph, Pewaukee's Meta Simon outlasted Pine's Ellie Harned by two points to win the 25th annual LBSS Optimist Regatta.  With 44 sailors competing, the two Red Fleeters dominated the event with finishes of 1,2,2 and 5,1,1, respectively.  Pewaukee's Fritz Simon ran a close third, but was unable to outsail the ladies. He too sailed a very consistent regatta with 2,4,4 finishes.  Meta took home the Labanauskas Trophy as champion of the RWB Fleet.

In Green Fleet, only one race was completed due to the high winds and big waves.  Twenty four sailors participated with Matthew Sexton of Geneva takiing home the first prize. Kent Haeger was the PRO for RWB, Riley Schmodt was PRO for the Green Fleet, and Nancy Schmidt chaired the event.

RWB Results      Green Fleet Results

2017 Lake Beulah Optimist Dinghy Regatta Notice

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June 2, 2017

The Lake Beulah Sailing School is pleased to announce our 25th Annual LBSS Optimist Dinghy Regatta to be held on Monday, June 26, 2017.  The venue will be Lake Beulah located in East Troy, Wisconsin. The regatta will be organized by the Lake Beulah Sailing School. Optimist Red, Blue and White Fleet assignments will be based on the competitor’s attained age on June 26 2017. The Opti fleets will be as follows: Red Fleet/Competitors aged 13-15; Blue Fleet/Competitors aged 11-12 years; White Fleet/Competitors aged 10 years and under.  Green Fleet racing will also be held for first year racers and novices.

Read the Notice Of Race at this link and Registration Form and Waiver at this link.

KinderPram Hosts New Sailors!

KinderPram Hosts New Sailors!

Saturday morning was beautiful and warm and sunny and it seems the kids are alright! There was a spirited group for the rebirth of LBSS KinderPram and good times were had by all - Bricklers and Mullers and Greesons, OH MY! It's not too late to get your young'un involved!

2016 Lake Beulah Optimist Dinghy Regatta Notice

2016 Lake Beulah Optimist Dinghy Regatta Notice

The Lake Beulah Sailing School is pleased to announce our Optimist Dinghy Regatta to be held on Monday, June 27, 2016.  The venue will be Lake Beulah located in East Troy, Wisconsin. The regatta will be organized by the Lake Beulah Sailing School in conjunction with the Lake Beulah Yacht Club. Opti Red, Blue and White Fleet assignments will be based on the competitor’s attained age on June 27, 2016.  The Opti fleets will be as follows: Red Fleet/Competitors aged 13-15; Blue Fleet/Competitors aged 11-12 years; White Fleet/Competitors aged 10 years and under.

Read the Notice Of Race at this link and Registration Form and Waiver at this link.

2016 LBSS Greetings!

2016 LBSS Greetings!

Greetings friends of the Lake Beulah Sailing School – spring has sprung and the docks and boats are going in and that means soon it’ll be summer and all the kids can go sailing! We are very excited for the 2016 season to get here, as we’ve got some great things in store, both old and new:

  • Instructors will include some seasoned veterans and a couple of great new additions!
  • We look forward to a great and spirited Green Fleet this year as many of the kids who fell in like with sailing over the last couple Learn-to-Sail (LTS) sessions fully commit to loving the sport and all the great friends and memories they’ll be making!
  • We have two more weeks of LTS on the calendar and the spots are already filling up!
  • We’ll be adding something new, a Saturday morning Kinderpram for the younger (4-5 year old) set that just can’t wait to get on the water (not yet on the official calendar, details to follow)!
  • Another round of Adult Learn to Sail and the Beulah Opti regatta also in store!
  • We’ll be having our final run with Trivia Night for the fundraiser and it’s scheduled for Saturday night July 2, please mark your calendar to join us and plan to bring your friends and family that are in town so that we can make our last Trivia Night a raging success! 

It’s going to be a great summer – check back here for all the forms to sign up and get registered, and let us know if you have any questions or other ideas. And be sure to tell your friends and neighbors and bring their kids along – more truly is merrier!

See you at the lake –

joe

YOTY From The Archives

YOTY From The Archives

Our Yachtswomen of the Years 2014 and 2015, Stephanie Roble and Annie Haeger respectively, are seen here riding together after a long day of Opti racing at the 2004 Junior Olympics at Lake Forest, IL.  See more from 2004 in the Gallery.

 Stephanie Roble is joined by Annie Haeger in 2004. 

Stephanie Roble is joined by Annie Haeger in 2004. 

Alumna Annie Haeger Named Yachtswoman of the Year!

Congratulations Annie! Annie won US Sailing’s 2015 Rolex Yachtswoman of the Year award. This is an amazing honor and comes one year after Stephanie Roble won the same prize.

US Sailing Coverage Excerpt:

 Photo by Jen Edney

Photo by Jen Edney

Annie Haeger (East Troy, Wisc.) has been named the 2015 Rolex Yachtswoman of the Year in recognition of her impressive list of top results in 470 Class competition throughout 2015.
Haeger and crew Briana Provancha (San Diego, Calif.) made their mark on the international stage by winning gold at the Olympic Test Event in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. They won the event by seven points through 10 races in a highly competitive fleet featuring the gold and silver medal-winning boats from the London 2012 Games.
“Winning gold at the Olympic Test Event was a major confidence booster, and it reinforced that if we can earn US Olympic Team selection we have a chance to medal at the Games.”
Haeger and Provancha experienced success in other high-caliber women’s 470 events, including the European Championship (3rd place) and the South American Championship (4th place).
“Winning this award was never something I was ever expecting or aiming for, since Briana and I have been totally focused on the Olympics,” said Haeger. “To be on a list with so many amazing sailors, and to win this on behalf of my incredible teammate and the US Sailing Team Sperry, is unbelievable. I am just so honored.”

See more about Annie on our Alumni Honors page.


Erin Sullivan Awarded 2015 LBSS Student of the Year

Erin Sullivan is the 2015 Lake Beulah Sailing School Student of the Year. She is seen here being handed the Glenn Wegener Memorial Trophy by Anne Humphrey.

 2015 Winner Erin Sullivan with Anne Humphrey. 

2015 Winner Erin Sullivan with Anne Humphrey.