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merit, the case was thrown out on a technicality. In the J/105 fleet, the issues at hand were a little less benign. Kristen Lane's J/105 Brickhouse was hit at the weather mark during Sunday's second race and sustained enough damage to withdraw from the race. The other boat was determined to be at fault, and Brickhouse was later given average points in that race as Page 178 •

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redress. It was enough to give Brickhouse the regatta win. Fortunately, the incident didn't dampen Lane's unyielding enthusiasm for racing on the Bay. "The conditions were varied and challenging," she said afterward. "But it was a fantastic start to the 2007 season."

SPRING KEEL (March 3-4): EXPRESS 27 — 1) Witchy Woman, Tom Jenkins, 6 points; 2) Motorcycle Irene, Will Paxton/Lauren Goche, 9; 3) Baffett, Tom Baffico/Forest Baskett, 10; 4) Wile E. Coyote, Dan Pruzan, 15; 5) Magic Bus, Paul & Eric Deeds, 17; 6) Xena, Mark Lowry, 18; 7) El Raton, Ray Lotto, 19; 8) Bessie Jay, Brad Whitaker, 31; 9) Mirage, Terry Cobb, 31.

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Latitude 38 April 2007  

The April 2007 issue of the West's premier sailing and marine magazine.

Latitude 38 April 2007  

The April 2007 issue of the West's premier sailing and marine magazine.