Cape & Islands Rowing Association Members Competed in Head of the Charles Regatta

Youth and adults all competed
Rowing Hard: The dog coxswain is named Skyler. Rowers are John Messenger, Alan McLennen, Lois and Patrick Otton

The following members of Cape & Islands Rowing Association (CIRA) made the grade to compete in the 55th Head of the Charles River Regatta on October 19 & 20, 2019.

Cape Cod Youth Rowing:  The youth program has recreational and competitive rowers from numerous middle schools and high schools on Cape Cod. 

Coxed Women’s Youth 4+

  • Cecilia Orlandella (coxswain)
  • Montana Bailey 
  • Maggie Farber 
  • Shayna McCarthy 
  • Sarah Dumaresq 

Women’s Youth 2x

  • Marie-Claire Smith
  • Lucy Owen 

Coxed Mens Youth 4x

  • Isabelle Bresette (coxswain)
  • Jack Duguay
  • Nate Rowe
  • John Bresette
  • Stephen Dumaresq 

Men’s Youth 2x

  • Gavin LeMieux
  • Burke Valli

Their coaches:

  • Program Director: Brett Fournier 
  • Boys Varsity Head Coach: Isabella Hayward- Mullett
  • Girls Varsity Head Coach: Allison Bresette 
  • Assistant coaches: Steve Swain, Dani Napoli 

 

Cape Cod Masters Rowing Club joined with other CIRA members for the HOCR.

Women’s Masters Eights (Age 50+)

  • Coxswain Sabrina Lavieri
  • Mara Fournier
  •  Jane Ward
  • Andrea Yelle
  • Monica Collier
  • Karen Sweeney
  • Lisa Allen
  • Rachel Avenia-Prol
  • Carol Lyall.

 

Men’s Veterans Masters Singles (Age 80+)

  • Alan McClennen

 

Men’s Master Doubles (Age 50+)

  • Patrick Otton
  • John Messenger

 

Parent/Child Doubles

  • Brett Fournier (Father)
  • Laurel Fournier (Daughter)

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