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NSSA - 2014 INTERSCHOLASTIC STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 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.


2014 INTERSCHOLASTIC STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS RESULTS

THE 2014 NSSA INTERSCHOLASTIC STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

SAN DIEGO STATE WINS THE COLLEGE FOR THE SIXTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR, SAN CLEMENTE REPEATS AS HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY CHAMPIONS FOR THE SIXTH YEAR IN A ROW, VENTURA JUNIOR VARSITY CLAIMS THEIR FIRST NSSA TITLE AND SHORECLIFFS MIDDLE SCHOOL MAKES IT 10 STRAIGHT STATE TITLES!

THE SCOREBOARD

RESULTS

2014 NSSA INTERSCHOLASTIC STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

CHURCH, SAN ONOFRE

MARCH 7-9, 2014

THE 2014 NSSA STATE CHAMPIONS!

COLLEGE TEAM

1. SDSU-Black 124

2. Saddleback 114

3. Point Loma 96

4. UCSD-A 92

5. Mira Costa-Red 71

6. UCSB-A 64

7. CSUSM-A 52

=8 USC 51

     CSULB 51

10. UCLA 45

11. CSUCI 44

12. UCSD-B 28

13. UCSB-B 24

14. SDSU-Red 16

15. CSUSM-B 15

16. CSULB-A 8

POINT LOMA'S JACK BOYES RIPS THE COLLEGE MENS FINAL! photo: Kurt Steinmetz

COLLEGE MENS

1. Jack Boyes-Point Loma 13.17

2. Shaw Kobayashi-Saddleback 12.50

3. Jeremy Carter-Saddleback 10.73

4. Dayton Silva-SDSU 6.73

5. David Dittmar-UCSD 6.23

6. Cody Sherman-SDSU 4.16


UCLA'S CHANDLER PARR TRIUMPHS IN THE WOMENS!                photo: Kurt Steinmetz

COLLEGE WOMENS

1. Chandler Parr-UCLA 12.20

2. Danielle Wyman-Saddleback 12.16

3. Marissa Shaw-SDSU 11.00

4. Sara Locke-Point Loma 9.56

5. Erika Cook-CSULB 4.60

6. Maddie Lyon-UCLA 0.00

COLLEGE LONGBOARD

1. Sam Zaiser-SDSU 12,17

2. Casey Powell-USC 11.77

3. Joey Wangsness-Point Loma 11.50

4. Dennis White-Saddleback 9.10

5. Dane Peterson-UCSD 7.06

6. Cody Franzen-CSULB 5.66 

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY TEAM

1. San Clemente 107

2. Huntington Beach 81

3. Dana Hills 74

4. Carlsbad 63

5. Mira Costa 56

6. San Dieguito 45

7. Edison 42

8. Newport Harbor 35

9. Marina 14

 

CONNER DAND CLAIMS HIS FIRST MAJOR TITLE IN THE HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY!   photo: Kurt Steinmetz

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY MENS

1. Conner Dand-San Clemente 15.07

2. Kei Kobayashi-San Clemente 13.67

3. Tomas King-Huntington Beach 13.00

4. Josh Benjoya-Dana Hills 8.20

5. Jake Saenz-Huntington Beach 7.93

6. Kirk Weissinger-Huntington Beach 6.00

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY WOMENS

1. Sara Kohrogi-Mira Costa 12.16

2. Malia Osterkamp-San Clemente 10.57

3. Kylie Loveland-Carlsbad 8.73

4. Samantha Lamirand-San Dieguito 7.84

5. Samantha Cendro-Huntington Beach 4.70

6. Jordan Wible-Mira Costa 4.33

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY LONGBOARD

1. Josh Seeman-Carlsbad 18.60

2. Andy Nieblas-San Clemente 11.34

3. Nick Anderberg-San Dieguito 8.96

4. Michael Bonds-Newport Harbor 8.74

5. Jeremy Guilmette-Huntington Beach 7.20

6. Dylan St. Germain-Mira Costa 7.06

HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM

1. Ventura 98

2. San Dieguito 63

3. Newport Harbor 51

4. Huntington Beach 45

5. Edison 27

6. Marina 9

HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY MENS

1. Bronson Wheelan-Ventura 17.73

2. Micky Clarke-Ventura 17.40

3. Eric Ronning-Ventura 7.84

4. Connor Lundy-Ventura 6.83

5. Chandler Clippinger-San Dieguito 5.24

6. Chance Alexander-Ventura 5.23

HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY WOMENS

1. Annie Abicca-San Dieguito 8.00

2. Kayli Dugas-Ventura 7.33

3. Tehya Corona-Newport Harbor 5.90

4. Hailey Chance-Huntington Beach 5.64

5. Claire Olmstead-Newport Harbor 3.77

6. Elle Miller-Ventura 2.67

HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY LONGBOARD

1-Christian Wilerth-Edison 14.0

2. Trevor Anderberg-San Dieguito 11.90

3. Honzek Mikhalek-Ventura 8.90

4. Luke Allee-Newport Harbor 7.63

5. Max Seiersen-Huntington Beach 6.90

6. Keith Hibbs-Marina 4.10

MIDDLE SCHOOL TEAM

1. Shorecliffs-A 132

2. Bernice Ayer 57

3. Shorecliffs-B 55

4. Sowers-A 51

5. Marco Forster 43

6. Dwyer-A 36

7. Dwyer-B 26

8. Sowers-B 14

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS

1. Gunner Day-Shorecliffs 15.24

2. Curran Dand-Shorecliffs 14.93

3. Crosby Colapinto-Bernice Ayer 11.17

4. Jaric Fink-Bernice Ayer 9.07

5. Noah Atwood-Shorecliffs 8.07

6. Ryan Martin-Shorecliffs 6.70

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS

1. Alexxa Elseewi-Bernice Ayer 10.53

2. Bethany Zalesko-Shorecliffs 10.27

3. Cameron Duby-Marco Forster 8.00

4. Samantha Sibley-Shorecliffs 5.97

5. Lily Benjamin-Marco Forster 5.63

6. Sophia Cendro-Dwyer 3.06

MIDDLE SCHOOL LONGBOARD

1. Gus Day-Shorecliffs 18.17

2. Ricky Foder-Marco Forster 14.50

3. Jared Bernier-Bernice Ayer 7.37

4. Max Vandermulen-Sowers 7.26

5. Finn Beard-Shorecliffs 7.26

6. Jovan Smith-Dwyer 4.50

7. Kyle Cannon-Sowers 4.10

GUS DAY POSTS A WELL DESERVED PERFECT 10 IN THE MIDDLE SCHOOL LONGBOARD FINAL!   photo: Kurt Steinmetz

PERFORMERS OF THE EVENT

Dayton Silva-SDSU: Highest wave score: 10.0 College Championships

Gus Day-Shorecliffs: Highest wave score: 10.0 Middle School Championships

Conner Dand-San Clemente: Varsity Men’s Champion

THE DAY BROTHERS COLLECT STATE TITLES!   photo: Kurt Steinmetz