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NSSA - 2016 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.


2016 INTERSCHOLASTIC STATE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS!

2016 NSSA INTERSCHOLASTIC STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

MARCH 4-6

CHURCH, SAN ONOFRE

CONDITIONS: A solid WNW swell delivers overhead surf for the entire three days of competition

 

THE SCOREBOARD

 

 COLLEGE TEAM

1. Point Loma-A 141

2. UCSB-A 135

3. Cal Poly SLO-A 107

4. Saddleback 92

5. Mira Costa Red 85

6. UCSD-A 72

7. SDSU Black 62

8. CSUCI 57

9. USC 51

10. UC Santa Cruz 46

11. CSUSM-A 43

12. Mira Costa White 36

13. UCLA 32

14. USD 31

15. Santa Barbara City College 28

16. Cal Poly SLO-B 27

17. Point Loma-B 24

18. CSUSM-B 21

=19. SDSU Red 10

        UCSD-B 10

 

COLLEGE MENS

1. Austin Finley-CSUCI

2. Jack Boyes-PLNU

3. Jeremy Carter-PLNU

4. Cody Sherman-SDSU

5. Michael Ciaramella-UCSD

6. Kirk Weissinger-PLNU

 

COLLEGE WOMENS

1. Rachel Tominaga-UCSB

2. Frankie Seeley-UCSD

3. Avalon Johnson-Cal Poly SLO

4. Allie Frost-USD

5. Lulu Erkeneff-UCSB

6. Sara Locke-PLNU

 

COLLEGE LONGBOARD

1. Mason Klink-Saddleback

2. Austin Sonnier-UCSB

3. Sean Harrison-Mira Costa

4. Chase Stavron-CSUCI

5. Casey Powell-USC

6. Nico Espinosa-SDSU

 

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY TEAM

1. Carlsbad 95

2. Dana Hills 91

3. San Clemente 86

4. Huntington Beach 78

5. San Dieguito 62

6. Edison 61

7. Newport Harbor 42

8. Point Loma 33

9. Mira Costa 28

10. Marina 19

 

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY MENS

1. Griffin Foy-Huntington Beach

2. Lucas Taub-Dana Hills

3. Curran Dand-San Clemente

4. Ethan Grant-Carlsbad

5. Ryan Salazar-Huntington Beach

6. Connor Dawson-Edison

 

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY WOMENS

1. Bethany Zelasko-Dana Hills

2. Sidney Tisdel-Carlsbad

3. Malia Faramarzi-San Dieguito

4. Peyton Slater-Carlsbad

5. Juli Hernandez-Edison

6. Kyra Williams-Mira Costa

 

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY LONGBOARD

1. Trevor Anderberg-San Dieguito

2. Nick Melanson-San Clemente

3. Ben Goldstein-Carlsbad

4. Jeremy Guilmette-Huntington Beach

5. Ian Gottron-Dana Hills

6. Brendan Snow-Edison

 

HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM

1. San Clemente 109

2. Huntington Beach 81

3. San Dieguito 70

4. Mira Costa 51

5. Newport Harbor 33

6. Marina 19

 

 HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY MENS

1. David Economos-San Clemente

2. Jaren Harrell-San Clemente

3. Chad Clifton-San Clemente

4. Sage Guinaldo-Huntington Beach

5. Niko Traubman-San Dieguito

6. Luke Young-Huntington Beach

 

HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY WOMENS

1. Lauren Friedrich-Mira Costa

2. Chloe Griffin-San Dieguito

3. Amelie Vergnolie-Mira Costa

4. Olivia Bloom-Huntington Beach

5. Kristina Hehl-Huntington Beach

6. Shannon Wylot-San Dieguito

 

HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY LONGBOARD

1. Peter Neal-Mira Costa

2. Ethan Mudge-San Clemente

3. Max Seiresen-Huntington Beach

4. Chase Adelsohn-Newport Harbor

5. Brett Costantino-Marina

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL TEAM

1. Shorecliffs-A 146

2. Thurston 78

3. Shorecliffs White 56

4. Shorecliffs Blue 51

5. Manhattan Beach 49

6. Sowers 44

7. Bernice Ayeer 31

8. Marco Forster 29

9. Dwyer 26

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS

1. Hagan Johnson-Shorecliffs

2. Kai McPhillips-Shorecliffs

3. Myles Biggs-Shorecliffs

4. Nico Coli-Shorecliffs

5. Sebastian Mendes-Shorecliffs

6. Max Beach-Shorecliffs

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS

1. Megan Seth-Manhattan Beach

2. Ryann Daly-Marco Forster

3. Makayla Moss-Shorecliffs

4. Ashley Weaver-Manhattan Beach

5. Summer Balentine-Sowers

6. Resse Hartnett-Shorecliffs

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL LONGBOARD

1. Kai McPhillips-Shorecliffs

2. Sam Nelson-Thurston

3. Cole Thompson-Bernice Ayer

4. Sophia Cendro-Dwyer

5. Jack Keefe-Shorecliffs

6. Rycker Grindstaff-Sowers

 

PERFORMERS OF THE EVENT

Point Loma Nazarene University: Reigning National Champions PLNU claimed their second consecutive State Championship title.

Carlsbad High School: After a 16-year title drought, Carlsbad takes the High School State title. Carlsbad has not won a title since the year 2000.

San Clemente High School Junior Varsity: The SC Junior Varsity squad comes up big for the second consecutive year claiming back-to-back State titles.

Shorecliffs Middle School: Claimed their eleventh consecutive State Title. Their run began in 2006 with a power packed squad including current WSL World Tour competitor Kolohe Andino. And since 2006, the Shorecliffs Team continues to dominate Middle School surfing!

 

Many thanks to the California State Parks, lifeguards and the NSSA staff for assisting us in staging a professional quality event for the NSSA State Championships. 

 

The 2016 NSSA Championships is proud to have support from Body Glove, Huntington Surf and Sport, Java Point, Surfing Magazine, Sex Wax, Scosche and Channel Islands.


ABOUT NSSA

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.