2004 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS - THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH
Thursday, July 01, 2004 | Written by Janice Aragon
THE 2004 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
RESULTS OF THE SEVEN-DAY SUPERBOWL OF YOUTH SURFING
NSSA NATIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC CHAMPIONSHIPS
JUNE 18-19 SALT CREEK
NSSA O'NEILL NATIONAL AIRSHOW CHAMPIONSHIPS
JUNE 18-19 SALT CREEK
NSSA NATIONAL OPEN AND EXPLORER CHAMPIONSHIPS
JUNE 22-26 LOWER TRESTLES
CALIFORNIA STATE PARKS GOVERNORS CUP IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE NATIONAL OPEN MENS AND WOMENS DIVISIONS
JUNE 24-26 LOWER TRESTLES
NSSA NATIONAL AWARDS BANQUET
JUNE 27 LAGUNA CLIFFS MARRIOTT
THE 2004 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS IS PROUDLY SPONSORED BY HURLEY INTERNATIONAL; BODY GLOVE; SURFING AND SG MAGAZINE; REEF; FREESTYLE; OAKLEY; HUNTINGTON SURF AND SPORT; O'NEILL AIRSHOW SERIES; OP HALL OF FAME; STICKY BUMPS
QUIZ: What do you get when you combine a solid southwest swell, magnificent Lower Trestles and the best youth surfers in the nation?
ANSWER: You get the 2004 NSSA National Championships-The Greatest Show on Earth.
Reef founder and ISA president pegged the NSSA Nationals perfectly when he called it the gathering of the tribes. Over 800 NSSA surfers and school teams from the nations three geographic regions-east coast, west coast and Hawaii, stormed the shores of Salt Creek and Lower Trestles for the 26th annual NSSA National Championships. The National Interscholastic and Airshow Championships kicked off the massive seven day competitive affair at Salt Creek on June 18-19 with fair but contestable surf in the waist to shoulder high zone. But right on cue as if the surf gods were watching over us, back to back southwest swells hit during Nationals week at Lowers delivering perfection head high to overhead waves.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 2004 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
OPEN MENS AND GOVERNORS CUP DIVISION
For eighteen-year-old San Clemente High School senior Dane Gudauskas it was a fairy tale ending to an amateur career, which spanned six dedicated and hard working years. After quietly sitting back and watching twin brother Patrick and younger brother Tanner rack up NSSA championship crowns left and right, Danes title count was sitting at a big goose egg. In fact he had never made a final at Lowers. Patrick was the leading favorite to defend and all the other top contenders were in hot pursuit of the NSSA's grand prize. But Dane was a warrior on a mission and warriors always rise to the top. What is ironic about this story is Dane essentially eliminated his brother in the Open Men's repercharge where he, Kellen Ellison and TJ Barron advanced on to the final to do battle with Ola Eleogram, Kilian Garland and dark horse Kaimi Hui Hui who was having the contest of his life. Let's set the stage: Saturday, June 26 finals day. Dane first appeared in the Explorer Men's final where he was out of sync and clearly outmaneuvered mustering up a pitiful heat score of 5.00. But Explorer is practice for the main event and practice makes perfect. Competing at Lowers is like a chess match and after the Explorer Men's checkmate, we would come to find out that Dane had all the strategic moves going into the next game. In the 35-minute talent loaded Open Men's final, Dane incredibly maintained control from the get-go. He opened up with 6.5 and then annihilated a Lowers right-hander with a blistering, vertical backside attack posting an 8.0-the highest wave score of the final. Both Ola Eleogram and TJ Barron were marked with interferences, which put them out of the running. Kilian Garland was killing it all week posting two of only three perfect 10's given out at the entire championship event. Unfortunately, the wheels fell off for Kilian in the final where he could only scrape up a 4.00 and 3.75. Kaimi Hui Hui was coming off a winless season in Hawaii, but you would never know it by the way he took on Lowers by storm. The No.12 ranked Hawaiian long shot would light it up heat after heat making his first National final. Kellen Ellison may have been the youngest surfer in the finals circle at 16 years and two months, but one would never know by the power he possesses. Kellen walked away with a runner up result and a strong reputation as a force in the future. At the awards banquet, Dane was cautiously optimistic that he would capture the NSSA's grand prize. As his name was announced as the 2004 Open Men's Governors Cup Champion echoes of roars and celebration filled the room by his San Clemente teammates, friends and relatives. For the second straight year a Gudauskas claims the coveted Open Men's title and Governor's trophy. The Open Men's champ will also drive home in a 2004 Toyota Matrix compliments of Hurley International. Now finally with the monkey off his back, Dane will confidently move on to the WQS with his brother Patrick and both will also attend Saddleback College. After all, surfing is one thing but you canít let a 3.91 GPA go to waste!
NATIONAL OPEN WOMENS GOVERNORíS CUP DIVISION
Patrick was not the only champion who could not go the distance. Seventeen-year-old Erica Hosseini failed in her bid to defend her 2003 National title. Who was it standing (or we should say surfing) in Erica's way? An eleven-year-old surfing sensation from Honolulu, Hawaii named Carissa Moore. Dane G celebrated a storybook ending, but Carissa stole the Nationals show. Heck she is not even a teenager yet and she's already a Nationals icon. Carissa rode the waves into Nationals history cleaning house in all three-championship categories. The female grom prodigy won the Middle School Girls division in the Interscholastic Championships at the Creek and then went the distance in both the Open and Explorer divisions at Lowers. Carissa became the youngest competitor to claim the Open and Explorer Women's titles at eleven years, ten months old. She is the second competitor in NSSA history to claim Triple Crown titles (Nea Post took the Triple Crown in 1990). Carissa was the owner of the both the high scoring wave (9.75 out of 10) and high scoring point totals (14.75 out of 20) of the National Interscholastic Championships. Nevertheless, the Open Women's final was no cakewalk for the youngster. She still had to get past the defending champ Hosseini, Western Regional Champion Lauren Sweeney, Hawaii Regional Champion Paige Alms, two time National High School Women's champion Colleen Melhberg and 2003 Open Women's runner up Bethany Hamilton. Carissa led the charge opening up with a strong 7.00 score. The defending champ Hosseini answered back with a 7.50. Then Carissa laid down the hammer. Tearing the lip off the Lowers right hand walls on two consecutive waves, the first wave score came in at 7.50 and the second at 8.50. Game, set, match, title. Three titles at eleven and she still has a good seven years left. It's a safe bet that the seven-title record held by Bobby Martinez could be in jeopardy. Carissa lets her surfing do the talking but her actions on banquet night speak volumes about this young girls identity. In a show of admirable and unique character, Carissa immediately presented her championship trophy and Governor's Cup to fellow Hawaii surfer Bethany Hamilton who lost her left arm in a shark attack last October.
NATIONAL OPEN JUNIORS DIVISION
At this year's Nationals, it was not just the Open Men's competitors pushing the envelope to new edges. In both the Explorer Boys and Open Juniors divisions, fourteen-year-old Clay Marzo was setting the standard with his speed, power and gouging turns. He was one of only two surfers (Kilian Garland was the other) who nailed a perfect 10 in the championships when he destroyed a Lowers beauty in Juniors round one. All week long you could hear the whispers on the beach, "that Clay kid rips!" And shred he did. On finals day, expectations were high and Clay delivered posting a 9.25 and 8.50 in the Explorer Boys division collecting his first career National title. The only competitor keeping Clay honest was Cory Arrambide who earned two 8.0s. The Open Juniors final was totally stacked. The lineup featured Clay, 2003 Explorer Menehuene Champion Tyler Newton, 2003 Explorer Boys Champion Tanner Gudauskas, Downtown Casey Brown, Southeast standout Eric Geiselman and Dusty Payne who was looking impressive all week. Early on in the final, Geiselman was marked with an interference and Payne met the same fate, which put them both out of contention. Clay already had a 7.0 wave score on the board. The heat was pretty tight until Clay slammed the door shut with another 7.0 sealing his second National title of the day. Newton finished a close second followed by Tanner G and Downtown Brown.
GROMS, GROMS, GROMS-THE NATIONAL OPEN BOYS AND MINI GROM DIVISIONS
There was nothing new here. The solid 4-6 foot plus surf equaled double overhead faces and the groms were blowing up. It might be the minor leagues here but these pint-sized giants were pulling off some major league moves. The Open Boys final was a photo finish with last year's Mini Grom champion John John Florence and 2004 Southwest Champion Andrew Doheny. In a dead tie when the final horn blew, John John squeaked out the victory in the tiebreak posting a high scoring 8.0 wave over Andrew's high score of 7.75. Coming off a three-title romp at the NSSA Easterns, Evan Geiselman claimed his first National title in the Mini Grom division. In his first Nationals, Kiron Jabour dominated the Explorer Menehuene final with his top two waves scoring in the excellent range at a near perfect 9.50 and 8.25. Way to go Kiron-winning a title at your first Nationals! HONORABLE GROM MENTIONS - Mini Groms Evan Geiselman and Ezekiel Lau stepped it up big time making three finals in the Open Mini Groms, Open Boys and Explorer Menehuenes.
NATIONAL OPEN LONGBOARD DIVISION
In another nail-biter, Tony Silvagni defeated Christian Wach in a 13.25 tiebreak decision.
Both surfers had identical two wave scores of 6.75 and 6.50. The tie was broken on the third wave where Silvagni had the upper hand with a 6.00 score to Wach's 4.75.
NATIONAL AIRSHOW CHAMPIONSHIPS PRESENTED BY O'NEILL
For the first time since the airshow was introduced as a National division in 2000, the nation's finest aerialists got to showcase their skills on the ultimate stage at Lowers. Their mission was to land the biggest and most technical air. The reward was a National title, respect from their peers and an all-expense-paid editorial trip with Surfing Magazine. Last year's champ Ola Eleogram was back along with fellow Hawaiian Hank Gaskell. The west coast was represented well by Danny Shea and Cory Arrambide. Sterling Spencer and Eddie Guilbeau were the east coast pilots. Hank was flying all over the place landing one air after another but Sterling Spencer got the spectators to their feet with an impressive and beyond vertical grab rotation. Sterling brought home the first National title to the Florida Gulf region.
NATIONAL INTERSCHOLATIC CHAMPIONSHIPS
To nobody's surprise, the San Clemente surf team once again dominated the National Interscholastics with a 151-107 rout over Huntington Beach. The six time National Champions pounded everyone at the State titles this past March. HB was hammering away in an effort to upset the competitively deep San Clemente squad, who have won five titles in the past six years. The seventeen time National Champions did manage to keep the door open until the quarterfinals where the wheels fell off. The San Clemente team slammed that door shut advancing three team members to the final. Team members Patrick Gudauskas and Colleen Mehlberg took the High School Men's and Women's divisions respectively. In the Collegiate division 2004 State Champion Mira Costa staked the claim on their second career National title thanks to strong performances by teammates Bryce Frees, Adam Instone, Reid Chambers and Michael Poole. 2004 State runner up Dwyer Middle School of Huntington Beach did bring a National Interscholastic title back to "Surf City" pulling out all the stops in a hotly contested battle with 2003 champs Bernice Ayer of San Clemente. The victory gave Dwyer its fourth career National title (Dwyer also held titles in 1999,1998 and 1987).
Felepe Becerra successfully defended his 2003 Explorer Longboard title, Colleen Mehlberg won back-to-back High School Women's crowns and Evan Slater pulled off the double in the Masters division. Other 2003 National Champions that took titles in 2004 are Patrick Gudauskas (2003 Open Men's) winning the High School Men's, Jeremy Johnston (2003 High School Men's) winning the Explorer Men's, John John Florence (2003 Open Mini Groms) winning the Open Boys and Chris Welpman (2003 Middle School Bodyboard) winning the Explorer Bodyboard.
ONE MORE HONORABLE MENTION
Pat G might not have put it together in the Open Men's but he stayed true to the game snagging his fifth National title in five years in the National Interscholastic High School Men's division. Now that's hardcore consistency!
PAT G's TITLES!
2004 National High School Men's Champion
2003-NATIONAL OPEN MENS AND GOVERNOR'S CUP CHAMPION
2002-NSSA/O'Neill Airshow National Champion
2001-NSSA National Open Juniors Champion
2000-NSSA National Middle School Boys Champion
OK JUST ONE MORE MENTION
This one is for Bethany Hamilton who took a late drop on the biggest left bomb to come through in the Women's final. She made the drop; bottom turned it and then began tearing it up with multiple lip slashes. One arm or not, this girl proved she's back in the saddle and will be a Nationals contender for years to come.
KALANI ROBB MOST INSPIRATIONAL PERFORMANCE AWARD
Without a doubt this annual award was presented to Carissa Moore. She was presented with an authentic mini version of a Kalani Robb Channel Islands surfboard for her outstanding performances throughout the entire championships.
NATIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC CHAMPIONSHIP TOP WAVE STATS:
**CARISSA MOORE-High scoring wave of the 2004 National Interscholastic Championships: 9.75 wave score in Middle School Girls final.
**CARISSA MOORE-High scoring point totals of the National Interscholastic Championships: 14.75 two-wave point total in Middle School Girls final.
NATIONAL OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS TOP WAVE STATS:
**KILIAN GARLAND AND CLAY MARZO-Tie for high scoring wave of the 2004 National Championships-a perfect 10.0 wave score in Open Men's round one for Kilian; a perfect 10.0 wave score in Open Juniors round one for Clay. AWESOME!
**KILIAN GARLAND AND CLAY MARZO- Tie again for the high scoring point totals of the National Championships-18.00 two-wave point total in Open Men's round one for Kilian and Open Juniors round one for Clay. EXCELLENT!
**ERICA HOSSEINI-High scoring wave of the National Open Women's division-9.50 wave score in the Open Women's quarterfinals.
**KIRON JABOUR-High scoring wave of the National Open Boys division-9.0 in Open Boys round one.
**EVAN GEISELMAN-High scoring wave of the National Open Mini Grom division-8.5 in the Open Mini Grom quarterfinals.
**NED SNOW-High scoring wave of the National Open Longboard division-8.5 in the Open Longboard semifinals.
Screen star Adam Sandler was spotted in the crowd checking out all the action during Saturday's final rounds. Seems he was especially interested in scoping out the Explorer Menehuene final where good friend Hans Hedemann's son Johan was competing. Sandler was seen signing autographs and posing with a bunch of fans including NSSA Executive Director Janice Aragon.
2004 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS - results based on top two waves
2004 NATIONAL OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS
OPEN MENS/GOVERNORíS CUP
1. Dane Gudauskas-San Clemente 14.75 2. Kellen Ellison-Ventura 10.75 3. Kaimi Hui Hui-Kailua/Kona 8.25 4. Kilian Garland-Orcutt 7.75 5. Ola Eleogram-Hana, Hi 7.50 6. TJ Barron-Haleiwa, Hi 7.25
OPEN WOMENS/GOVERNORíS CUP
1. Carissa Moore-Honolulu, Hi 16.00 2. Erica Hosseini-Newport Beach 13.50 3. Lauren Sweeney-Encinitas 11.25 4. Colleen Mehlberg-San Clemente 9.75 5. Bethany Hamilton-Hanalei, Hi 5.00 6. Paige Alms-Haiku, Hi 4.00
1. Clay Marzo-Lahaina, Hi 14.00 2. Tyler Newton-Princeville, Hi 13.50 3. Tanner Gudauskas-San Clemente 12.00 4. Casey Brown-Kailua/Kona, Hi 11.2 5. Eric Geiselman-New Smyrna Beach, Fl 6.00 6. Dusty Payne-Lahaina, Hi 5.25
1. John John Florence-Haleiwa, Hi 14.75 tiebreak 2. Andrew Doheny-Newport Beach 14.75 tiebreak 3. Hizson Lin-Kee-Waianae, Hi 11.25 4. Evan Geiselman-New Smyrna Beach, Fl 10.25 5. Ezekiel Lau-Honolulu, Hi 9.50 6. Nick Rupp-Shallotte, NC 8.00
OPEN MINI GROMS
1. Evan Geiselman-New Smyrna Beach, Fl 11.25 2. Kolohe Andino-San Clemente 8.75 3. Ezekiel Lau-Honolulu, Hi 8.00 4. David Brand-Haleiwa, Hi 7.50 5. Michael Ciaramella-Media, PA 6.25 6. Luke Davis-Capo Beach 5.75
1. Tony Silvagni-Kure, NC 13.25 tiebreak 2. Christian Wach-San Clemente 13.25 tiebreak 3. Troy Mothershead-San Clemente 9.75 4. Morgan Faulkner-Port Aransas, Tx 9.00 5. Ned Snow-Honolulu, Hi 8.75 6. Cody Thompson-Jacksonville Beach, Fl 4.25
2004 NATIONAL AIRSHOW CHAMPIONSHIPS
1. Sterling Spencer-Gulf Breeze, Fl 2. Hank Gaskell-Hana, Hi 3. Eddie Guilbeau-Melbourne Beach, Fl 4. Ola Eleogram-Hana, Hi 5.5 Cory Arrambide-Ventura 5.5 Danny Shea-Newport Beach
2004 NATIONAL EXPLORER CHAMPIONSHIPS
1. Jeremy Johnston-New Smyrna Beach, Fl 12.00 2. Ola Eleogram-Hana, Hi 10.00 3. Todd Hutton-Huntington Beach 8.00 4, Dane Gudauskas-San Clemente 5.00 5. Brandon Guilmette-Huntington Beach 4.00 6. Patrick Gudauskas-San Clemente 0.00
1. Dylan Graves-Isabela, PR 14.00 2. Kilian Garland-Orcutt 13.75 tiebreak 3. Alex Gray-Palos Verdes 13.75 tiebreak 4. Nick Rozsa-Oxnard 13.50 5. Hank Gaskell-Hana, Hi 11.00 6. TJ Barron-Haleiwa, Hi 8.75
1. Clay Marzo-Lahaina, Hi 17.75 2. Cory Arrambide-Ventura 16.00 3. Kekoa Cazimero-Waimanalo, Hi 10.25 4. Brent Reilly-Carlsbad 9.25 5. Tyler Newton-Princeville, Hi 8.50 6. Tonino Benson-Kailua/Kona, Hi 8.00
1. Kiron Jabour-Haleiwa, Hi 17.75 2. Dane Zaun-Hollyglen 12.75 3. Ezekial Lau-Honolulu, Hi 12.50 4. Evan Geiselman-New Smyrna Beach, Fl 10.00 5. Albee Layer-Haiku, Hi 7.00 6. Johann Hedemann-Honolulu, Hi 5.50
1. Carissa Moore-Honolulu, Hi 12.25 2. Connie Arias-Melbourne Beach, Fl 10.25 3. Coco Ho-Haleiwa, Hi 8.50 4. Karina Petroni-Atlantic Beach, Fl 8.25 5. Colleen Mehlberg-San Clemente 5.25 6. Leilani Gryde-Kailua/Kona, Hi 2.25
1. Evan Slater-Carlsbad 14.50 2. Andrew Valentine-Redondo Beach 11.00 3. Parker McNaughton-Newport Beach 10.00 tiebreak 4. Chris Keet-Santa Barbara 10.00 tiebreak 5. Micah Pitts-Dana Point 9.25 6. Rusty Phillipy-Cardiff 9.00
1. Paul Barr-Carlsbad 13.50 2. Neil Bern-San Diego 11.75 3. Rusty Phillipy-Cardiff 11.00 4. Scott Daley-El Segundo 9.75 5. Terry Gillard-Coronado 8.25 6. Robert Weiner-Ventura 6.50
EXPLORER SUPER SENIORS
1. Scott Daley-El Segundo 14.50 2. Scott Waring-Seal Beach 13.25 3. Rick Fignetti-Huntington Beach 9.75 4. Patrick Schlick-La Mirada 8.25 5. Dwight Strayer-Malibu 8.00 6. Scott Lewis-Los Angeles 7.00
1. Felipe Becerra-La Jolla 16.25 2. Ned Snow-Honolulu, Hi 16.00 3. Makamae DeSoto-Hanula, Hi 12.50 4. Kelly Kraushaar-Placentia 11.75 5. Kevin Osborne-San Clemente 10.00 6. Troy Mothershead-San Clemente 7.25
1. Chris Welpman-Huntington Beach 11.50 2. Travis Smith-Kilauea, Hi 10.25 3. Charles Marabella-San Clemente 9.75 4. David Phillips-Anahola, Hi 9.50 5. Jake Minnehan-San Clemente 9.00 tiebreak 6. Kainoa Lum-Kapa'a, Hi 9.00 tiebreak
2004 NATIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC CHAMPIONSHIPS
1. Mira Costa Red-87 2. SDSU-83 3. UCSB VI-81 4. CSUSM-70 5. Mira Costa White-56
6. CSULB-53 7. UCSD-45 8. USD-42 9. UCF-40 10. UCSB VE-27 11. FSU-18
1. Dylan Slater-USD 10.75 2. Ryan Schnell-SDSU 10.25 3. Ted Travers-UCSB VI 7.75 4. Bryce Frees-Mira Costa Red 6.00 5. Ryan Clancy-SDSU 5.75 6. Sam Baugh-USD 0.00
1. Kristin Wilson-UCF 7.00 2. Bianca Valenti-UCSB VI 6.75 3. Bridget Saeman-SDSU 5.00 4. Darlene Connelly-CSULB 4.00 5. Summer Meyer-Mira Costa White 3.50 6. Lara Kinney-UCSB VI 2.75
1. Scott Hutchins-Mira Costa White 8.75 2. Justin Hugron-CSULB 8.50 3. Brendan Castile-UCSB VI 6.50 4. Kyle Albers-UCSB VE 6.00 5. Ryan James-CSUSM 3.50 6. Chris Reeves-UCF 2.25
1. Yusuke Shibata-CSULB 11.75 2. James Lucarelli-SDSU 11.00 3. Andrew Barton-UCSB VI 9.00 4. Eric Warner-CSUSM 7.25 5. Hiro Owada-Mira Costa White 6.25 6. Scott McDonald-UCSD 3.50
HIGH SCHOOL TEAM
1. San Clemente A-151 2. Huntington Beach-107 3. New Smyrna Beach, Fla-93 4. San Clemente B-79 5. San Dieguito A-68 6. Torrey Pines #1-53 7. Carlsbad-49 =8. Kahuku, Hi-39, San Dieguito B-39 10. Newport Harbor-38 11. Edison-35 12. Point Loma-32 13. Ocean City, NJ-30 14. Manasquan, NJ-27 15. Torrey Pines #2-26 16. Cocoa Beach, Fla-22
HIGH SCHOOL MENS
1. Patrick Gudauskas-San Clemente A 10.50 2. Jeremy Johnston-New Smyrna Beach 8.25 3. Eric Geiselman-New Smyrna Beach 7.75 4. Tanner Gudauskas-San Clemente A 6.75 5. Dane Ward-San Clemente A 6.50 6. Kory LaPoint-Huntington Beach 5.50
HIGH SCHOOL WOMENS
1. Colleen Mehlberg-San Clemente A 8.75 2. Ryan McGrath-Manasquan 5.50 3. Oleema Miller-San Clemente B 4.75 4. Abby Schweizer-New Smyrna Beach 3.50 5. Christine Schade-Torrey Pines #1 3.00 6. Amy Kinney-Torrey Pines #2 2.25
HIGH SCHOOL LONGBOARD
1. Richie Cravey-San Dieguito A 11.25 2. Makamae DeSoto-Kahuku 10.50 3. Chris Smith-San Clemente B 9.75 4. Troy Mothershead-San Clemente A 9.00 5. Billy Harris-Torrey Pines #1 8.75 6. Mike Jorgensen-Edison 7.00
HIGH SCHOOL BODYBOARD
1. Anthony Baniaga-Torrey Pines #1 11.50 2. Charles Marbella-San Clemente A 9.25 3. Chris Welpman-Huntington Beach 7.50 4. Shane Vogelgesang-San Clemente B 5.50 5. Daniel Matthews-Newport Harbor 5.25 6. Jason Viliani-Edison 4.00
MIDDLE SCHOOL TEAM
1. Dwyer A-85 2. Bernice Ayer Blue-81 3. Shorcliffs-79 4. New Smyrna Beach, Fla-78
5. Diegueno-58 6. Dwyer B-54 7. Sowers A-46 8. Oak Crest-40 9. Marco Forster-38
10. Bernice Ayer Green-31 11. Punahou, Hi-30 12. Sowers B-17
MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS
1. Caleb Johnston-New Smyrna Beach 12.50 2. Ian Barry-Diegueno 7.00 3. Christian Wach-Shorecliffs 5.25 4. Kyle Kennelly-Dwyer A 4.50 5. Chase Brady-Bernice Ayer Blue 3.75 6. Michael Dunphy-New Smyrna Beach 3.25
MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS
1. Carissa Moore-Punahou 14.75 2. Amy Nicholl-New Smyrna Beach 9.00 3. Alexa Dilley-Oak Crest 5.25 4. Lexi Papilion-Shorecliffs 5.00 5. Sara Taylor-Dwyer A 2.50 6. Shelby Ling-Diegueno 0.00
MIDDLE SCHOOL LONGBOARD
1. Jonathan Hasircoglu-Marco Forster 11.25 2. Brad Hagglund-Diegueno 6.25 3. Carissa Moore-Punahou 5.50 4. Travis Cunningham-Bernice Ayer Blue 5.00 5. Anthony Vidal-Dwyer A 3.50 6. Brad Atkinson-Sowers B 3.25
MIDDLE SCHOOL BODYBOARD
1. Grady Joseph-Shorecliffs 9.50 2. Matt Axline-Bernice Ayer Blue 8.75 3. Cody Miller-Oak Crest 6.00 4. Kevin Itson-Sowers A 4.50 5. Drew Erichson-Bernice Ayer Green 4.25 6. Aaron Steiner-Dwyer A 3.50
2004 KALANI ROBB MOST INSPIRATIONAL PERFORMANCE