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NSSA - 2016 EAST COAST REGIONAL 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 EAST COAST REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS!

2016 NSSA EAST COAST CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS!

Monday, April 4, 2016 | Written by Janice Aragon

 

2016 NSSA EAST COAST CHAMPIONSHIPS

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, FLORIDA

MARCH 31-APRIL 3

CONDITIONS: FUN AND CONSISTENT SCATTERED 3-4 FOOT PEAKS WITH A SMORGASBORD OF CONDITIONS RANGING FROM HOT AND GLASSY TO COOL AND WINDSWEPT.


THE 2016 NSSA EAST COAST REGIONAL CHAMPIONS!


THE SCOREBOARD

FINAL RESULTS

SCORES BASED ON TOP TWO WAVES

 

EAST COAST OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS

OPEN MENS

1. Chauncey Robinson-Melbourne Beach, FL 15.70

2. Tommy Coleman-Vero Beach, FL 14.97

3. Bo Raynor-Wilmington, NC 12.03

4. Gabriel Morvil-Wilmington, NC 11.00

 

OPEN JUNIORS

1. Tommy Coleman-Vero Beach, FL 16.60

2. Bo Raynor-Wilmington, NC 14.30

3. Blake Speir-Melbourne Beach, FL 13.10

4. Zander Venezia-Barbados 10.53

 

OPEN BOYS

1. William Hedleston-Cocoa Beach, FL 17.66

2. Ryan Huckabee-Palm Coast, FL 13.10

3. Robbie Goodwin-Palm Coast, FL 13.06

4. CJ Mangio-North Massapequa, NY 6.94

 

OPEN MINI GROMS

1. Seamus Carey-Linwood, NJ 15.00

2. Tanner Corbitt-Tequesta, FL 7.87

3. Braeden Kopec-Palm Coast, FL 7.03

4. Sterling Makish-Deerfield Beach, FL 6.90

 

OPEN WOMENS

1-Caroline Marks-Melbourne Beach, FL 16.16

2. Storm Portman-Indialantic, FL 12.03

3. Nicole Fulford-Sanford, FL 11.07

4. Rachel Presti-Melbourne Beach, FL 9.14

 

OPEN GIRLS

1. Caroline Marks-Melbourne Beach, FL 13.60

2. Eva Woodland-Melbourne, FL 10.76

3. Rachel Presti-Melbourne Beach, FL 10.50

4. Hannah Blevins-Palm Coast, FL 8.47

 

OPEN LONGBOARD

1. Caelan Burford-Rockledge, FL 12.53

2. Trip Chandler-Pawleys Island, SC 10.00

3. Spencer Bridges-Summit, NJ 6.60

4. Noah Ferrell-Durham, NC 5.77

 

EAST COAST EXPLORER CHAMPIONSHIPS

 

EXPLORER MENS

1. Gabriel Morvil-Wilmington, NC 13.40

2. Dane Mackie-St. George, Barbados 12.54

3. Evan Brownell-St. Augustine, FL 9.77

4. Spencer Bridges-Summit, NJ 9.40

5. Luke Marks-Melbourne Beach, FL 9.15

6. Jake Hembree-Windermere, FL 6.67

 

EXPLORER JUNIORS

1. Luke Marks-Melbourne Beach, FL 14.13

2. Spencer Bridges-Summit, NJ 12.60

3. Chauncey Robinson-Melbourne Beach, FL 11.67

4. Evan Brownell-St. Augustine, FL 10.80

5. Kyle Tester-N. Cape May, NJ 7.60

6. Gabriel Morvil-Wilmington, NC 7.30

 

EXPLORER BOYS

1. Tommy Coleman-Vero Beach, FL 14.76

2. Blake Speir-Melbourne Beach, FL 12.10

3. Zander Venezia-Barbados 11.67

4. Jude Clark-Sea Girt, NJ 10.77

5. Christian Daniels-Holmes Beach, FL 9.47

6. Shawn Arthur-St. Augustine, FL 6.67

 

EXPLORER MENEHUENE

1. Owen Moss-Wrightsville Beach, NC 14.03

2. Ryan Huckabee-Flagler Beach, FL 13.50

3. Robbie Goodwin-Palm Coast, FL 11.64

4. Kaleb Kirshenbaum-Jacksonville Beach, FL 11.00

5. Kai Bumstead-Edgewater, FL 7.50

6. Noah Brownell-St. Augustine, FL 5.00

 

EXPLORER SUPER GROMS

1-Seamus Carey-Linwood, NJ 13.70

2. Sterling Makish-Deerfield Beach, FL 12.60

3. Chase Leider-Montauk, NY 9.43

4. CJ Mangio-North Massapequa, NY 7.77

5. Braeden Kopec-Palm Coast, FL 6.26

6. Frankie Schifano-New Smyrna Beach, FL 4.67

 

EXPLORER WOMENS

1. Caroline Marks-Melbourne Beach, FL 15.27

2. Nicole Fulford-Sanford, FL 10.67

3. Madeline Zeuli-Cocoa, FL 9.40

4. Braidyn Cunningham-Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 7.73

5. Rachel Presti-Melbourne Beach, FL 7.10

6. Sophie Falzone-Atlantic Beach, FL 5.13

 

EXPLORER GIRLS

1. Caroline Marks-Melbourne Beach, FL 14.90

2. Eva Woodland-Melbourne, FL 12.74

3. Eden Lange-St. Augustine, FL 11.60

4. Rachel Presti-Melbourne Beach, FL 10.84

5. Coral Schuster-Cocoa Beach, FL 7.73

6. Taylor Green-Milton, FL 3.77

 

EXPLORER SUPER GIRLS

1. Taylor Green-Milton, FL 10.24

2. Ava McGowan-New Smyrna Beach, FL 9.66

3. Andrea Martinez-Arecibo, PR 6.67

4. Sydney Corbitt-Tequesta, FL 6.00

5. Audrey Presti-Melbourne Beach, FL 3.73

6. Gracie Brydges-Cocoa Beach, FL 2.00

 

EXPLORER MASTERS

1. Anthony Passarelli-Indian Harbor Beach, FL 11.17

2. Kevin Moon-Satellite Beach, FL 8.60

3. Jason Motes-Jacksonville Beach, FL 7.57

4. Gary Allred-Jacksonville, FL 3.97

 

EXPLORER SENIORS

1. Anthony Passarelli-Indian Harbor Beach, FL 13.07

2. Scott Seggermann-Winter Park, FL 10.94

3. Jason Motes-Jacksonville Beach, FL 8.10

4. Gary Allred-Jacksonville, FL 4.90

5. Rob Persan-New Smyrna Beach, FL 4.30

 

EXPLORER SUPER SENIORS

1. Frank Gilday-New Smyrna Beach, FL 11.34

2. Kevin Moon-Satellite Beach, FL 8.10

3. Charley Hajek-New Smyrna Beach, FL 7.40

4. Scott Seggermann-Winter Park, FL 7.37

5. Gary Allred-Jacksonville, FL 3.70

6. Larry Holmes-Cape Canaveral, FL 2.03

 

EXPLORER DUKE

1. Larry Holmes-Cape Canaveral, FL

 

EXPLORER LONGBOARD

1. Caelan Burford-Rockledge, FL 11.74

2. Spencer Bridges-Summit, NJ 10.03

3. Jason Motes-Jacksonville Beach, FL 9.34

4. Noah Ferrell-Durham, NC 5.60

5. Josh Green-Milton, FL 4.67

6. Trip Chandler-Pawleys Island, SC 4.63

 

EXPLORER WOMENS LONGBOARD

1. Georgia Cook-Franklin, TN 12.34

2. Maddy Malizia-Stuart, FL 6.44

3. Abigail Remke-Pensacola, FL 4.43

 

EAST COAST AIRSHOW CHAMPION

1. Chase Modeski-Singer Island, FL

2. Bo Raynor-Wilmington, NC

3. Dane Mackie-St. George, Barbados

4. Micha Cantor-Murrells Inlet, SC

5. Christian Daniels-Holmes Beach, FL

6. Spencer Bridges-Summit, NJ

 

EAST COAST COLLEGE CHAMPIONSHIPS

 

COLLEGE TEAM

1. University of North Florida “A” 97

2. UNC-Wilmington 96

3. Daytona State College 66

4. University of Central Florida “A” 41

5. Florida Atlantic University 40

6. University of North Florida “B” 15

7. Florida Institute of Technology 4

8. University of Central Florida “B” 2

 

COLLEGE MENS

1. Corey Howell-UNF 14.50

2. Hunter Roland-UNF 12.16

3. Justin Parr-UNCW 12.00

4. Shane Burn-UNCW 9.60

5. Will Warren-FAU 8.02

6. Evan Barton-UNCW 6.17

6. Jacob Kotchpowell-Daytona State 8.53

 

COLLEGE WOMENS

1. Nikki Viesins-UCF 8.27

2. Amanda Buemi-Daytona State 8.10

3. Emily Ruppert-UNF 7.06

4. Kayla Durden-UNF 6.07

5. Mila Wyman-FAU 5.50

6. Lilian Whatley-Daytona State 5.17

 

COLLEGE LONGBOARD

1. Steve McLean-Daytona State 13.00

2. Shane Burn-UNCW 7.90

3. Nick Anderberg-FIT 5.30

4. Patrick Kelly-4.53 UNF

5. Ryan Hoge-UCF 3.53

 

EAST COAST HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIPS


HIGH SCHOOL MENS

1. Luke Marks-Satellite 14.33

2. Robbie Sanders-Satellite 8.94

3. Christian Mocny-Melbourne 8.73

4. Chauncey Robinson-Melbourne 8.20

5. Christian Daniels-Melbourne 7.47

6. Owen McAllister-Melbourne 5.33

 

HIGH SCHOOL WOMENS

1. Madeline Zeuli-Satellite

2. Storm Portman-Melbourne

3. Izzy Perlmutter-Satellite

4. Christa McAneney-Melbourne

 

HIGH SCHOOL LONGBOARD

1. Caelen Burford-Melbourne 13.00

2. Jack Everett-Satellite 5.00

 

2016 NSSA EAST COAST CHAMPIONSHIPS PERFORMERS OF THE DAY PRESENTED BY GROM SOCIAL

March 31 – Kaleb Kirshenbaum

April 1 – Bo Raynor

April 2 – Tommy Coleman

April 3 – Caroline Marks

 

The NSSA East Coast Championships is proud to have support from Body Glove, Surfing Magazine, Sex Wax and Grom Social. Many thanks to New Smyrna Beach, the lifeguards and the NSSA staff for assisting us in staging a fantastic East Coast Championships!

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.