Miss Madison Sees The Good, The Bad And The Ugly In Tri City

On to Seattle

It was not the weekend the Miss HomeStreet/Miss Madison had hoped for after the christening of the new hull at Tri City. After finishing 1st in heat 1B, Jimmy Shane and the U1 was disqualified in heat 2B, won heat 3B and was disqualified again in heat 4B. Both DQ’s were for a N2 violation. Then in the final, an encroachment call was upgraded to a disqualification AND a $500 fine placing the Miss HomeStreet/Miss Madison in 7th with Andrew Tate in the 9 taking the Cup. Andrew Tate now holds a commanding 1,773-point lead over Tom Thompson (11) in the points standings. Jimmy Shane (1) now sits 1,920 points back, putting his 6th-straight -- and the team's 5th-straight -- title in serious jeopardy with three races left. The fleet heads to Seattle this weekend for Seafair.

 

 

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