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NSSA - 2012 NSSA INTERSCHOLASTIC STATE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS!
NSSA - National Scholastic Surfing Association

The National Scholastic Surfing Association (NSSA) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to encourage and assist its members in their interest to learn and develop the fundamentals and skills of surfing competition while competing in structured and quality events. The NSSA promotes the qualities of discipline and competitive excellence while supporting the merits of academic achievement to young surfers. The NSSA strives to provide a fun surfing experience for all of its members.

The NSSA is one of the few national youth sports organizations that require its participants to maintain academic standards in order to compete. Since 1978, the NSSA program philosophy has been that athletics and scholastics go hand in hand. More than 80 NSSA events are run nationwide that culminate with the annual National Championships which is regarded as the highest profile youth surfing event in America.


2012 NSSA INTERSCHOLASTIC STATE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS!

2012 NSSA STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS PRESENTED BY NIKE

 

SAN DIEGO STATE, SAN CLEMENTE AND SHORECLIFFS DOMINATE FOR THE FOURTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR!

 

SURF CITY, USA DELIVERS WITH SOLID 3-5 FOOT SURF PUMPING THROUGH THE WELL-SHAPED SANDBARS ON THE SOUTHSIDE OF THE PIER PROVIDING EXCELLENT SCORING POTENTIAL FOR THE WEST COAST’S TOP STUDENT ATHLETES

 

(complete report to follow)

 

2012 HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FINALISTS!

l-r: Matt Lewis, Colton Overin, Noah Collins, Bryce Marino, Jack Boyes, Breyden Taylor

 

THE SCOREBOARD

RESULTS

NSSA INTERSCHOLASTIC STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS PRESENTED BY NIKE

HUNTINGTON BEACH PIER

MARCH 9-11, 2012

 

COLLEGE TEAM

1. SDSU-Black 146

2. Mira Costa 112

3. UCSD-A 98

4. UCSB-Gold 81

5. USD 80

6. Saddleback 79

7. UCLA 75

8. CSUSM-A 60

9. CSULB-A 46

10. UCSB-Blue 37

11. Point Loma-Gold 36

12. SDSU-Red 34

13. Mira Costa-White 30

14. CSULB-B 27

15. USC 21

16. UCSD-B 19

17. Point Loma-Green 8

18. CSUSM-B 7

 

COLLEGE MENS

1. Shaun Burrell-UCSD 17.10

2. Kelly Zaun-Mira Costa 11.60

3. Dayton Silva-Mira Costa 11.56

4. Doug Van Mierlo-SDSU 10.84

5. Colin Weinberg-SDSU 7.90

6. Cody Canzoneri-Saddleback 6.33

 

COLLEGE WOMENS

1. Keenan Lineback-USD 12.50

2. Annie Howe-CSUSM 5.63

3. Chandler Parr-UCLA 5.40

4. Taylor Pitz-UCLA 4.96

5. Marissa Shaw-SDSU 4.50

6. Niki Sfier-UCSD 2.84

 

COLLEGE LONGBOARD

1. Dylan Bothelho-USD 12.33

2. Kevin Osborne-UCSB 11.44

3. Jason Schechter-UCLA 10.54

4. Cody Canzoneri-Saddleback 10.50

5. Cody Watten-CSULB 7.46

6. Buddy Howe-Mira Costa 4.06

 

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY TEAM

1. San Clemente 101

2. Huntington Beach 69

3. Edison 66

4. San Dieguito 59

5. Carlsbad 52

6. Mira Costa 46

7. Newport Harbor 41

8. Marina 25

 

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY MENS

1. Breyden Taylor-San Clemente 12.40

2. Matt Lewis-San Dieguito 11.77

3. Colton Overin-San Clemente 11.76

4. Noah Collins-Mira Costa 9.60

5. Bryce Marino-Edison 8.40

6. Jack Boyes-Huntington Beach 6.74

 

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY WOMENS

1. Tia Blanco-San Clemente 14.00

2. Hannah VanVeen-San Dieguito 10.40

3. Samantha Lamirand-San Dieguito 8.76

4. Rachel Tominaga-Mira Costa 7.77

5. Shelby Detmers-Newport Harbor 6.57

6. Sara Locke-Carlsbad 4.20

 

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY LONGBOARD

1. David Arganda-Carlsbad 14.33

2. Jachin Hamborg-Edison 13.43

3. Casey Powellk-San Clemente 10.43

4. Tony Bartovich-Huntington Beach 8.60

5. Nick Anderberg-San Dieguito 7.20

6. Tanner Martinez-Marina 6.13

 

HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM

1. Huntington Beach 79

2. Edison 53

3. Newport Harbor 39

4. Marina 22

 

HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY MENS

1. Luke Barrett-Huntington Beach 11.07

2. Davis Freud-Huntington Beach 10.07

3. James Newman-Newport Harbor 9.14

4. George Gleason-Huntington Beach 7.60

5. Jake Van Herk-Edison 6.94

 

HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY WOMENS

1. Maddie Gumbrecht-Marina 7.27

2. Sabrina Jensen-Edison 4.67

3. Leah Phillips-Newport Harbor 2.60

4. Anna Lindsey-Edison 2.33

5. Tatum Guerrero-Huntington Beach 2.20

6. Emily Seiersen-Huntington Beach 1.30

7. Chloe Angulana-Newport Harbor 0.40

 

HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY LONGBOARD

1. Nathan Thompson-Edison 7.60

2. Mark Liebermann-Marina 6.00

3. Aidan Abe-Huntington Beach 3.73

4. Luke Allee-Newport Harbor 3.10

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL TEAM

1. Shorecliffs-A 100

2. Dwyer 97

3. Aviara Oaks 68

4. Marco Forster 66

5. California Virtual Academy 65

6. Sowers-A 55

7. Oak Crest 54

8. Bernice Ayer 51

9. Shorecliffs-B 42

10. Vista Del Mar 28

11. Shorecliffs-C 17

12. Sowers-B 12

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS

1. Griffin Colapinto-California Virtual Academy 15.54

2. Kei Kobayashi-Shorecliffs 13.74

3. Nolan Rapoza-California Virtual Academy 11.66

4. John Mel-California Virtual Academy 10.27

5. Tyler Killeen-Dwyer 7.76

6. Conner Dand-Shorecliffs 6.86

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS

1. Julianne Hernandez-Sowers 10.44

2. Kylie Loveland-Aviara Oaks 7.33

3. Malia Osterkamp-Vista Del Mar 6.20

4. Sawyer Gilley-Aviara Oaks 4.93

5. Samantha Cendro-Dwyer 3.70

6. Francheska Besa-Sowers 2.83

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL LONGBOARD

1. Jacob Atwood-Shorecliffs 13.26

2. Jeremy Guilmette-Dwyer 9.33

3. Rio Donaldson-Bernice Ayer 7.30

4. Conner Dawson-Sowers 6.23

5. Noah Atwood-Shorecliffs 5.43

6. Kyla Kelley-Vista Del Mar 3.86

 

The NSSA Interscholastic State Championships is proud to have support from Nike, Huntington Surf and Sport, Java Point, Surfing Magazine, Sex Wax, Vitaminwater and the Sugar Shack. 

 

The NSSA Interscholastic State Championships presented by Nike is the first of seven events in the 2012 NSSA Championship Series. The 2012 Championship Series events include the State Championships at Huntington Beach Pier, the Hawaii Regional Championships at Kewalo Basin, Oahu, HI March 13-18; the East Coast Regional Championships at New Smyrna Beach Inlet, FL April 12-15; the NSSA Jr. Championships at Huntington Beach Pier, CA April 21; the West Coast Regional Championships at Huntington Beach Pier, CA May 17-20; the NSSA National Interscholastic Championships at Salt Creek June 14-17 and Huntington Beach Pier, CA June 26-July 3.