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Emerson Bowl
(Eight’s Points Trophy)
2014 - Glastonbury

2013 - Farmington
2012 – Simsbury
2011 – Simsbury
2010 - Simsbury
2009 – Greenwich
2008 – Greenwich
2007 – Simsbury
2006 – Simsbury
2005 – Simsbury
2004 – Simsbury
2003 – Simsbury
2002 – Snowed Out
2001 – Simsbury
2000 – Simsbury

Combs Trophy
(1st Girls Eights)
2014 - Simsbury
2013 – Farmington (5:15.2)
2012 – Simsbury (5:17.7)
2011 – Glastonbury (5:08.0)       
2010 – Simsbury (5:45.3)
2009 – Greenwich (5:38.8)
2008 – Greenwich (5:16.6)
2007 – East Lyme (5:47.8)
2006 – Simsbury (5:24.2)
2005 – East Lyme (5:41.9)
2004 – East Lyme (5:24.5)
2003 – Simsbury (5:14.1)
2002 – Snowed Out
2001 – Simsbury (5:44.1)
2000 – Simsbury (5:06.5)

Poepiel Cup
Sponsored by Vespoli, USA
(1st Boys Eights)
2014 - Simsbury

2013 – Lyme/Old Lyme (4:33.8)
2012 – Simsbury (4:36.1)
2011 – Simsbury (4:22.1)
2010 – Simsbury (5:08.2)
2009 - Greenwich (4:47.7)
2008 - Greenwich (4:36.8)
2007 – Greenwich (5:05.9)
2006 – Greenwich (4:39.9)
2005 – Simsbury (4:54.0)
2004 – Simsbury (4:44.0)
2003 – Simsbury (4:32.1)
2002 – Snowed Out
2001 – Simsbury (4:48.5)
2000 – Simsbury (4:33.1)

Perry Plate

(Four’s Points Trophy)
2013 – Litchfield
2012 – Litchfield
2011 – Lyme/Old Lyme

Founder's Trophy
(Varsity Girls Four)
2013 – Avon (6:09.8)
2012 – Valley Regional (6:19.7)
2011 – Lyme/Old Lyme (6:06.0)
2010 – E. O. Smith (6:42.4)
2009 – E.O. Smith (6:22.4)
2008 – E.O.Smith (6:00.8)
2007 – Guilford (6:30.9)
2006 – Guilford (6:02.6)
2005 – New Canaan (6:24.1)
2004 – New Canaan (6:27.6)
2003 – E.O. Smith (6:06.3)
2002 – Snowed Out
2001 – Litchfield (6:53.5)
2000 – East Lyme (6:17.0)

Henry Petty Cup
Sponsored By RowAmerica
(Varsity Boys Four)
2013 – Lyme/Old Lyme (5:50.4)
2012 – Lyme/Old Lyme(5:09.9)
2011 – E.O. Smith (5:18.6)
2010 – E.O. Smith (6:00.4)
2009 – E.O. Smith (5:35.2)
2008 – E.O. Smith (5:19.0)
2007 – E.O Smith (5:55.7)
2006 – E.O. Smith (5:28.1)
2005 – New Canaan (5:16.4)
2004 – E.O. Smith (5:30.1)
2003 – New Canaan (5:15.2)
2002 – Snowed Out
2001 – Litchfield (5:43.3)
2000 – Litchfield (5:27.1)

 

 

 

 

 



Regatta History

The CPSRA was founded in 2000 by league coaches to promote public school rowing in Connecticut. The regatta is held each year on Lake Waramaug in New Preston, CT. The lake has a six lane fully buoyed 1500m course. Originally there were 6 teams racing in a final only format. This year there will be 13 teams racing at least 10 events. There will be morning heats and afternoon finals for almost all of the events. The regatta offers medals for the top three crews in each category that is fully subscribed. There are also trophies for the winner in the varsity events. There are also team point trophies for the overall winners of the eights and fours. Next year's regatta will be held on Sunday May 18, 2014.

Trophy & Awards Descriptions

Emerson Bowl (Eight’s Points Trophy)
The Fred Emerson Points Trophy is give yearly to the team that has the greatest point total for the CPSRA regatta in the Eight’s events.  Fred Emerson was instrumental in the beginnings of many of the public school rowing programs in Connecticut.

W. Hart Perry, Jr.  (Four’s Points Trophy)
The W. Hart Perry Points is new in 2011.  It honors Hart Perry, The Godfather of USA Rowing.  Hart was the Kent School coach for 30 years.  He also started the National Rowing Foundation, the Rowing Museum, was the US Henley Steward and supported many programs and athletes throughout the country.  Hart was particularly supportive of Stonington Crew. 

Combs Trophy (1st Girls Eights)
The Combs Trophy is named in honor of Chris Comb, whose help allowed this regatta to get underway.  Chris has been the regatta director for the Women’s Eastern Sprints held for many years on Lake Waramaug.

Poepiel Cup (1st Boys Eights)
Sponsored By Vespoli, USA
The Poepiel cup is awarded to the winner of the 1st boys eight event.  The Poepiel’s were generous donors in the early years of the regatta.

Founder’s Trophy (Varsity Girls Four)
The Founder’s Trophy was started in 2006 in honor of regatta director and founder Ann Carabillo.  The head boys coach at Simsbury was instrumental in starting the regatta and helping the growth of public school rowing in Connecticut.

Henry Petty Cup (Varsity Boys Four)
Sponsored By RowAmerica Boat Repair
The Henry Petty Cup was started in 2006 in honor of chief referee Henry Petty.  He passed after a battle with cancer.  Henry was the Head Referee at the regatta for many years and gave tirelessly to rowing in Connecticut and throughout the Northeast.

 

 

 

 

 

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