In the fleets competing for championships, Richard Jones from Mathews, N.C. made things interesting in the Soverel 33 class by winning two races and pulling into second place behind Erik Wills Bushwhacker who maintains a 4 point lead going into tomorrows racing for the Soverel 33 National Championship. The J/80 fleet which is holding its East Coast championships saw a scrum for second place behind Michael Lagues Flash which maintains a 6 point lead over 3 boats separated by only 1 point for second place. Currently in second, Rich Lyalls Storm said, We got hung out to dry in the 3rd race when it got flukey on the left side but we managed to claw back and pick off three boats to grab a second because of a huge shift right at the finish, it should be an interesting day tomorrow. In the J/27 classs run for their North American Championship, Peter Johnson on Piglet, had another strong day with 2,2,1 finishes to hold a commanding 8 point lead and in the Henderson 30 class Michael Carroll pulled into the lead for the North American title with 1,2,1 finishes to hold a slim 1 point lead over yesterdays leader Tony Da Lia on Zero Gravity. J/92 class leader John Raymont on Quixote maintained a firm grip on the class North American title with a strong 2,2,1 showing.