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11-08-2012 11:30 AM
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Composite Sailing Teams: Elitist or Egalitarian?

ELLSWORTH ó When George Stevens Academy, Bucksport High School or any other high school in New England forms a sailing team, any academically eligible student may participate in the teamís activities. Experienced sailors race more often than novices, but eventually a committed tyro can become a not-so-old salt and participate in as many regattas as the coach allows. What happens, though, when ...

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