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Kayleigh Perkins cruises to victory Sunday

Handwritten notes serve as a guide inside the cockpit. - Photo by Kris Hill
Handwritten notes serve as a guide inside the cockpit.
— image credit: Photo by Kris Hill

After blowing an engine in the preliminaries, Kayleigh Perkins, 21, piloted the UL-72 Foster Care-Vitamin Water unlimited light boat to victory in the B Main qualifier and then the final race Sunday on Lake Washington. It was the Kentlake High graduate’s fifth straight win this year.

Brian Perkins, behind the wheel of the U-48 Albert Lee, finished third in Heat 2B at the Seafair Chevrolet Cup Sunday on Lake Washington with a speed of 123.377 mph. He finished fifth in heat 3B at 123.251.

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