Vertigo and skipper Shannon Buys sail to first place Thursday.	(Photo by Erik Mann)

Vertigo and skipper Shannon Buys sail to first place Thursday. (Photo by Erik Mann)

Vertigo, Toto win this week / Sailing

Vertigo and Toto were the winning boats of the Oak Harbor Yacht Club’s Thursday night racing series Aug. 2.

Vertigo and skipper Shannon Buys captured the Flying Class (with spinnakers), and Toto and skipper Allan Wilson led the Windseekers (no spinnaker) division.

Vertigo recorded a corrected time of 1:24:38 to claim first, while Yeah Dogg and skippers Chad and Shannon Holomb took second in 1:27:26, five seconds ahead of Renaissance and Dave Steckman.

Separator and Steve Hucke finished fourth in 1:32:29.

Toto clocked in at 43:50, running in front of Yellowlemonade and skippers Jason Polly and family (44:10) and Karen Marie skippered by Jim Wagner (46:46).

Yellow Lemonaide and Toto compete in Thursday’s race. (Photo by Erik Mann)

Yellow Lemonaide and Toto compete in Thursday’s race. (Photo by Erik Mann)

Renaissance takes part in Thurday’s racing series.	(Photo by Erik Mann)

Renaissance takes part in Thurday’s racing series. (Photo by Erik Mann)

Yeah Dogg catches some wind during this week’s race.	(Photo by Erik Mann)

Yeah Dogg catches some wind during this week’s race. (Photo by Erik Mann)

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