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Page 24. MAINE COASTAL NEWS October 2012 LOBSTER BOAT RACING - YEAR END RESULTS


GAS POWERED WORK BOATS 24 FEET AND OVER.


Class A, Four and Six Cylinder, 24 feet and over. Cry Baby, D & L Boatworks Wide Open, Wayne Rich


Class B, V8, Up to 375 cid, 24 feet and over. Frosty Punkin, Walter Rich


Class C, V8, 376 to 502 cid, 28 feet and over.


Black Diamond, Randy Durkee


Class D, V8, Over 502 cid, 28 feet and over, Naturally aspirated No entrants


Class E, V8, Over 502 cid, 28 feet and over, Turbos Foolish Pleasure, Galen Alley


DIESEL POWERED WORK BOATS 24 FEET AND OVER.


Class A, Up to 235 hp, 24 to 31 feet. Easy Money, David Grant Lynn Marie, Steve Johnson Queen’s Lady, Gary Hatch Blue Thunder, Howard Gray


Class B, Up to 235 hp, 32 feet and over. Merganser, Don Drisko Gracie, Ed Glover


Class C, 236 to 335 hp, 24 to 33 feet. Venom, Michael Gray Sandra Dee, David Wiberg


Class D, 236 to 335 hp, 34 feet and over. Right Stuff, Dana Beal


Class E, 336 to 435 hp, 24 to 33 feet. Miss Katie, Nick Wiberg Kimberley Belle, Sid Eaton General II, Bryant Ciomei Class F, 336 to 435 hp, 34 feet and over. Ms. Rose, Ed Torosian Hee Haw, Brent Davis Victoria Ann, Winifred Alley


Class G, 436 to 550 hp, 28 to 35 feet. Seacock, Todd Ritchie Emily Grace, Bill Lowe


Class H, 436 to 550 hp, 36 feet and over. First Team, Travis Otis Askk’n, Ed Shirley


Class I, 551 to 700 hp, 28 to 35 feet. Lisa Marie, Gary Genthner Misty, Chris Smith Wild One, Scott Wood Three Stars, Chip Johnson


Class J, 551 to 700 hp, 36 feet over. Janice Elaine, David Myrick Blue Eyed Girl, Andrew Taylor Molly Ryan, David Haskell Decadence, Ryan Haskell


Class K, 701 to 900 hp, 28 feet and over. No entrants


Class L, 901 hp and over, 28 feet and over. No entrants


Class M, 40 feet and over, up to 750 hp. Size Matters, Dixon Smith Jill Cayden, Shane Hatch


JUGGERNAUT is a Wayne Beal 46 powered with an 850-hp Caterpilar Work is Progressing on Tug SATURN


Gramp’s Bird, P. Faulkingham Sand Dollar III, Scott Dugas 51, Billie Bob Faulkingham


Class N, 40 feet and over, 750 hp and over. Whistlin Dixie, Andy Johnson 4 Girls, Tom Clemons Abigail & Carter, Chris Page Chix Dig It, Mathew Merchant Bailey & Bella, Keith Jordan


Wooden Boat Race Abigail & Carter, Chris Page Emily Grace, Bill Lowe Queen’s Lady, Gary Hatch Merganser, Don Drisko Sand Dollar III, Scott Dugas Wide Open, Wayne Rich Sari Ann, Vance Bunker


The H-bitt on the stern in the process of being chipped and ground.


One of the forward double bitts chipped, ground and painted.


generations to enjoy. For more information: (207) 223-8846 or to join the Friends of SATURN, send a check for $25 or more to P.O. Box 710, Winterport, ME 04496. Recent photographs showing SATURN'S progression this summer.


SATURN is an 117-foot railroad tug built as the BERN for the Reading Railroad in 1907. She is one of the last railroad tugs and is being saved for future


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