Jimmy Shane, racing the U-1 Miss HomeStreet Hull against Brian Perkins’ U-21 Darrell Strong Presents Payne West Insurance during a Saturday heat of the 2017 HAPO Columbia Cup, won the Albert Lee Appliance Cup on Sunday at Seafair in Seattle after Andrew Tate in the U-9 Les Schwab Tires boat was hit with a 1 minute penalty for dislodging a buoy during the milling period.
Jimmy Shane, racing the U-1 Miss HomeStreet Hull against Brian Perkins’ U-21 Darrell Strong Presents Payne West Insurance during a Saturday heat of the 2017 HAPO Columbia Cup, won the Albert Lee Appliance Cup on Sunday at Seafair in Seattle after Andrew Tate in the U-9 Les Schwab Tires boat was hit with a 1 minute penalty for dislodging a buoy during the milling period. Bob Brawdy Herald file
Jimmy Shane, racing the U-1 Miss HomeStreet Hull against Brian Perkins’ U-21 Darrell Strong Presents Payne West Insurance during a Saturday heat of the 2017 HAPO Columbia Cup, won the Albert Lee Appliance Cup on Sunday at Seafair in Seattle after Andrew Tate in the U-9 Les Schwab Tires boat was hit with a 1 minute penalty for dislodging a buoy during the milling period. Bob Brawdy Herald file

Tate penalized, Shane wins at Seafair in Seattle

August 07, 2017 05:31 PM

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