Megan Vogel a Corowa High student started the day off in the year 10 single with 2 heats first 2 qualified for the final. Megan got out to an early lead and showed her class to take out the heat and qualify for the final. The next event was the open division with Megan backing up she was joined by club mate Amy Underwood from Geelong Grammar as Corowa had an entry in 2 divisions. First up was Megan and she continued her great form to take the lead and was too strong to record a convincing win. Amy's division allowed for 1st and 2nd from the heats to qualify for the final as she rowed a controlled race to come 2nd and make the final.
Megan had to go straight back to the start for her year 10 final. The final went to plan as Megan took control early and lead the field down the course to record a great win. The open sculls final were up next with Megan up against year 12 girls she dominated the race as she took her usual
early lead and was too good recording her 2nd win of the regatta. Amy was in for a tough race as she stayed with the early leader but was in a tight battle down the course rowing well to finish a close 3rd.
Paige Cooper was our year 9 sculler after lunch, Paige is a year 8 student at Galen College. Her work at training has seen her times improve as she aims to compete in the year 9 events at the school regattas. Paige was in the first heat and showed her strength into the head wind to
win and make the final. The final was a real battle early with the Nagambie sculler holding on before Paige powered away to record a great win.
The regatta was a great success with the scullers aiming for the School State Champs and the Head of the Schoolgirls held on the Barwon river in late Feb and mid March.