Yeah Dogg runs downwind during the spring race series Thursday. (Photo by Dave Steckman)

Yeah Dogg runs downwind during the spring race series Thursday. (Photo by Dave Steckman)

Juan Solo wins weekly race / Sailing

Dave Steckman piloted Juan Solo to victory in the fifth week of the Oak Harbor Yacht Club Thursday night spring sailing series May 9.

Juan Solo, formerly named Renaissance, finished ahead of five other boats to take first place. Steckman was followed by Steve Hucke (Obi Juan), Chad Holcomb (Yeah Dogg), Dean Vandament (Wind Warrior), Bill Brown (Swift) and Larry Munns (Pearl Jem).

Bruce Eastman (Sojourn) won the Windseeker division.

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