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NSSA - 2017 WEST COAST REGIONAL 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.


2017 WEST COAST REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS RESULTS!

2017 NSSA WEST COAST CHAMPIONSHIPS

HUNTINGTON BEACH PIER

MAY 18-21

CONDITIONS: SOLID 3-4 FOOT SOUTHWEST SWELL DELIVERS SOLID SURF TO THE 2017 WEST COAST CHAMPIONSHIPS WITH CLEAN PEAKY LEFTS AND RIGHTS. THE HB SANDBARS WERE ON POINT!

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF THE 2017 WEST COAST REGIONAL FINALISTS AND CHAMPIONS!

WEST COAST OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS

OPEN MENS

1. Kade Matson-San Clemente 14.37

2. Parker Cohn-Newport Beach 14.13

3. Eithan Osborne-Ventura 12.04

4. Kei Kobayashi-San Clemente 11.87

OPEN WOMENS

1. Kirra Pinkerton-San Clemente 14.86

2. Olivia Pessanha-San Diego 14.54

3. Tiare Thompson-La Jolla 10.87

4. Kalohe Danbara-Laguna Beach 7.64

OPEN JUNIORS

1. Kade Matson-San Clemente 16.17

2. Nick Marshall-Encinitas 15.70

3. Dimitri Poulos-Ventura 13.74

4. Levi Slawson-Encinitas 12.47

OPEN BOYS

1. Lucas Owston-Oceanside 14.27

2. Tenshi Iwami-Chiba, Japan 14.20

3. Jake Chandler-Pacific Palisades 12.53

4. Hayden Rodgers-San Clemente 11.17

OPEN MINI GROMS

1. Cannon Carr-San Clemente 14.07

2. Jak Ziets-Santa Barbara 13.07

3. Makai Bray-San Clemente 11.83

4. Ikko Watanabe-Japan 9.03

OPEN GIRLS

1. Olivia Pessanha-San Diego 16.23

2. Kirra Pinkerton-San Clemente 13.07

3. Ella McCaffray-Cardiff 11.94

4. Makena Burke-Ventura 9.50

OPEN SUPER GIRLS

1. Sawyer Lindblad-San Clemente 15.27

2. Bella Kenworthy-Dana Point 13.76

3. Keanna Miller-Santa Cruz 11.60

4. Caitlin Simmers-Oceanside 8.97

WEST COAST EXPLORER CHAMPIONSHIPS

EXPLORER MENS

1. Nick Marshall-Encintas 11.90 tiebreak

2. Parker Cohn-Newport Beach 11.90 tiebreak

3. Liam Murray-San Clemente 9.90

4. Dylan Hord-Huntington Beach 7.87

EXPLORER JUNIORS

1. Parker Cohn-Newport Beach 14.50

2. Brock Crouch-Carlsbad 12.93

3. Alex Fry-Manhattan Beach 9.74

4. Beck Adler-Topanga 8.20

EXPLORER BOYS

1. Jabe Swierkocki-Ventura 14.17

2. Beck Adler-Topanga 10.30

3. Nolan Rodgers-San Clemente 10.20

4. Santi Hart-Santa Cruz 9.50

EXPLORER MENEHUENE

1. Cole McCaffray-Cardiff 17.67

2. Lucas Owston-Oceanside 12.00

3. Brayden Burch-San Clemente 11.63

4. Hayden Rodgers-San Clemente 9.83

EXPLORER SUPER GROMS

1. Makai Bray-San Clemente 15.57

2. Jak Ziets-Santa Barbara 12.67

3. Kai Kushner-Manhattan Beach 8.77

4. Hudson Saunders-Laguna Beach 6.57

EXPLORER WOMENS

1. Ella McCaffray-Cardiff 15.10

2. Emily Anderson-Pavones, Costa Rica 9.20

3. Maddie Malmsten-Santa Barbara 7.47

4. Kristina Hehl-Huntington Beach 6.22

EXPLORER GIRLS

1. Ella McCaffray-Cardiff 12.97

2. Makena Burke-Ventura 11.87

3. Summer Balentine-Huntington Beach 9.06

4. Emily Anderson-Pavones, Costa Rica 6.87

EXPLORER SUPER GIRLS

1. Eva Hoffman-Santa Barbara 14.67

2. Lilie Kulber-Los Angeles 6.76

3. Julia Guild-San Clemente 6.46

4. Lisa Boos-Manhattan Beach 5.87

EXPLORER SUPER SENIORS

1. Mike Lamm-Oxnard 11.90

2. Pat Pezzoli-Leucadia 11.70

3. Kurt Steinmetz-Huntington Beach 7.50

4. Adam Janis-Oxnard 5.47

5. Rick DeVoe-Encinitas 5.10

6. Curt Harper-Santa Monica 2.08

EXPLORER DUKE

1. Mike Lamm-Oxnard 16.67

2. Javier Huarcaya- 11.50

3. Patrick Schlick-Leucadia 7.90

4. Jim Ferguson-Santa Rosa 7.14

5. Thomas Kunz-Ventura 6.37

6. Rick Fignetti-Huntington Beach 5.44

EXPLORER WOMENS LONGBOARD

1. Liv Stokes-Aliso Viejo 16.17

2. Bianca Dootson-Aptos 11.90

3. Aine Dwyer-Coronado 9.00

4. Adi Mahan-Morro Bay 8.16

AIRSHOW CHAMPIONSHIPS

1-Nick Marshall-Encinitas 9.7

JUNIOR AIRSHOW CHAMPIONSHIPS

1-Hayden Rodgers-San Clemente 7.0

HIGH SCORING TOTAL AND WAVES OF THE 2016 WEST COAST REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

High Scoring Totals: Eithan Osborne: 19.27 out of 20 in the Open Mens round one.

High Scoring Wave: Nick Marshall: 9.70 in the Airshow Final

High Scoring Wave in the Finals: Nick Marshall: 9.7 in Airshow Final

High Scoring Total in the Finals: Cole McCaffray: 17.67 out of 20 in the Explorer Menehuene Final

SEX WAX HIGH PERFORMANCE MANUEVER AWARD: Nick Marshall

CARL HAYWARD MEMORIAL AWARD: Summer Balentine, Sowers Middle School

The NSSA West Coast Championships is proud to have support from Body Glove, US Coast Guard, Huntington Surf and Sport, Java Point, Sex Wax and Scosche. Many thanks to the City of Huntington Beach, the Marine Safety Department and the NSSA staff for assisting us in staging a fantastic West Coast Regional 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.