Wednesday Mar 28 2012 comments Folsom High Physics Regatta By: Telegraph photography by Anne Stokes -A +A Anne Stokes / The TelegraphSenior Jacob Pettingill and Junior Kevin Getz make a few last-minute preparations to their craft, named "Frank the Tank," making sure it's "sea" worthy before the regatta begins. Anne Stokes / The TelegraphEric Wright, physics and engineering teacher at Folsom High School, announces the race's rules and regulations before they begin. Anne Stokes / The TelegraphDespite a quick start off the starting line, Senior Sam Kim, and partner Junior Elijah Prado ended up in the cold water at Negro Bar. Anne Stokes / The TelegraphJunior Jacob Goodwin, and partner Senior Morgan Butler take a slow-but-steady approach while navigating their pedal-powered craft. Anne Stokes / The TelegraphJuniors Jason Zein, left, and Kevin Yang make a few post-race repairs to their creation. Anne Stokes / The TelegraphSenior Jacob Pettingill, left, and Junior Kevin Getz bail out their boat, "Frank the Tank," after successfully completing the Slalom Race. Anne Stokes / The TelegraphSuccess in the Huck Finn competition depends on the number of passengers a boat can hold before sinking. Anne Stokes / The Telegraph"Fierce Dolphins" teammates Makayla Benjamin, left, and Priyanka Gupta, eighth-graders at Sutter Middle School, make sure their craft is ship-shape before the races begin. Anne Stokes / The TelegraphSeniors Austin La Comb, left, and Jeff Morrow, lead the rest of their team carrying their regatta "Cthulhu" to the starting line at Negro Bar. Anne Stokes / The TelegraphJuniors Maria Campillo and Camden Berry successfully steer their Top Gun themed craft during the Slalom Race.