Single Wave Thursday featuring Kaleigh Gilchrist. One Ride, No Music, Just Surfing. Jettygirl Online Surf Magazine.

Kaleigh Gilchrist – Single Wave Thursday. One Ride, No Music, Just Surfing.

Single Wave Thursday featuring Kaleigh Gilchrist. One Ride, No Music, Just Surfing. Jettygirl Online Surf Magazine. Kaleigh Gilchrist - Single Wave Thursday. One Ride, No Music, Just Surfing. Our paths cross for maybe an hour or so once a year, but it's always a pleasure to meet up with Newport Beach's Kaleigh Gilchrist. Whether she's throwing massive spray into the air or drilling a shot into the goal for the national champion USC Women's Water Polo team, Kaleigh's approach is pure power. On this particular day the lineup was packed full of trick surfing and aerial set-up turns, but when Kaleigh paddled out, her approach was noticed immediately. After her first wave featured a critical layback snap, I heard some dudes on the beach asking "Who's that girl?" and after coming into the beach following her own spectacular five-hour session, Claire Bevilacqua told me, "Your friend with the curly hair is ripping out there!" Shredder, scholar, athlete, and this week's Single Wave Thursday subject, Kaleigh Gilchrist. (My apologies for the crooked horizon. Kaleigh surfs so fast that I couldn't adjust my tripod in time to get things lined up correctly.) Film: Chris Grant | Sound: Pacific Ocean and a trusty Canon camera * To change the resolution to HD, click the little icon to the right of the clock on the YouTube player (you must hit the play arrow first to see the icons). Previous Single Wave Thursdays: Courtney Conlogue | Justine Dupont | Silvana Lima | Courtney Conlogue | Erin Ashley | Brittani Nicholl | Alexa Frantz | Lindsay Steinriede
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Australia's Keeley Andrew, 18, earned the highest scores on opening day of the Ford Supergirl Pro. Photo credit: ASP/SHADLEY

Opening Day of ASP 6-Star Ford Supergirl Pro Completes Five Rounds of Competition

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) North America Ford Supergirl Pro ASP 6-Star Women’s Event Oceanside Pier, California, USA August 2-4, 2013 Opening Day of ASP 6-Star Ford Supergirl Pro Completes Five Rounds of Competition Australia's Keeley Andrew, 18, earned the highest scores on opening day of the Ford Supergirl Pro. Photo credit: ASP/SHADLEYPictured: Australia’s Keeley Andrew, 18, earned the highest scores on opening day of the Ford Supergirl Pro. Credit: ASP/SHADLEY HUNTINGTON BEACH, California/USA (Friday, August 2, 2013) – The Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) 6-Star Ford Supergirl Pro chopped the field in half on the opening day of competition, narrowing the draw down from 96 to 48 in peaky one-to-three foot (1 metre) waves at Oceanside Pier. The Ford Supergirl Pro is one of five ASP 6-Star events on the 2013 Women’s ASP Qualifying Series, drawing several of the world’s best surfers in search of crucial points towards their 2014 ASP World Championship Tour (WCT) Qualification campaigns. Keeley Andrew (AUS), 18, smashed the day’s high scores during her American debut, earning an 8.83 for a series of backhand turns followed up with a 7.60 on her forehand. The young Australian will face off against ASP WCT standout Malia Manuel (HAW), 19, in the Round of 48 and is looking forward to gaining the priceless experience that comes along with competing against the world’s best surfers. “I paddled out wanting to catch whatever looked like it’d have half-decent potential for scores and I was able to catch that first left,” Andrew said. “It was a good start for the rest of the heat. I just want to get heat experience and surf against the world’s best. What more can you ask for?” Kaleigh Gilchrist (Newport Beach, CA), 21, also started strong in her Round of 60 match up, cracking an 8.00 for one powerful forehand turn while advancing to the Round of 48. Gilchrist, a former standout on the ASP North America Pro Junior Series, is looking to gain traction on the ASP Women’s Qualifying Series and is out to post a standout result at the Ford Supergirl Pro. “It’s so tough out there, I think my backup was a 2.63, so you’ve really just got to get the waves,” Gilchrist said. “That’s what makes these contest hard, sometimes it ends up being the luck of the draw and luckily for me I got that one wave. There aren’t too many women’s events around and I’ve aged out of the Juniors so it’s been awhile since I’ve had the jersey on. I’m really excited for this contest and happy to make that first heat.” Demi Boelsterli (Santa Barbara, CA), 23, displayed impressive endurance on the opening day of the Ford Supergirl Pro, advancing through four heats to solidify her position against the top seeds. The Santa Barbara native is carrying added confidence from today’s success and feels the conditions reminiscent of her hometown training grounds could work in her favor. “I’m tired, but it feels good to start from the bottom and keep pushing,” Boelsterli said. “I feel confident because I’ve spent over an hour out there getting used to this new swell and it’ll be nice tomorrow. I’ve surfed against most of those girls before, so I think these mushy conditions might be an advantage to me because I surf these conditions all of the time.” Top Seeds at the Ford Supergirl Pro including current ASP World No. 1 Carissa Moore (HAW), 20, Pauline Ado (FRA), 22, Coco Ho (HAW), 22, Malia Manuel (HAW), 19, former ASP World Champion Sofia Mulanovich (PER), 29, Silvana Lima (BRA), 28, ASP WCT Rookie Bianca Buitendag (ZAF), 19, ASP World Junior Champion Nikki Van Dijk (AUS), 19, defending event champion Sage Erickson (USA), 22, Laura Enever (AUS), 21, and more will take to the water in the Round of 48 tomorrow. The Ford Supergirl Pro runs from August 2-4, 2013 and will be webcast on the Final day via For complimentary high-res images log on to For additional ASP information log on to or FORD SUPERGIRL PRO ROUND OF 60 RESULTS: Heat 1: Naomi Stevic (AUS) 11.00, Kaleigh Gilchrist (USA) 10.67, Bailey Nagy (HAW) 10.50, Tia Blanco (USA) 6.14 Heat 2: Keeley Andrew (AUS) 16.43, Frankie Harrer (USA) 12.50, Ella Williams (NZL) 10.20, Mahina Maeda (HAW) 9.17 Heat 3: Chelsea Tuach (BRB) 13.03, Nikki Viesins (USA) 6.53, Erica Hoseini (USA) 6.03, Faye Zoetmulder (ZAF) 3.00 Heat 4: Tatiana Weston-Webb (HAW) 11.60, Demi Bolsteri (USA) 10.13, Meah Collins (USA) 7.27, Jordan Hundley (USA) 4.46 Heat 5: Bruna Schmitz (BRA) 8.90, Chandler Parr (USA) 6.67, Alisha Gonsalves (USA) 4.16, Jasset Umbel (USA) 3.07 Heat 6: Kahanu Delovio (HAW) 9.90, Reika Noro (JPN) 9.86, Bronte Macaulay (AUS) 9.70, Minami Takechi (JPN) 4.37 FORD SUPERGIRL PRO ROUND OF 72 RESULTS: Heat 1: Tia Blanco (USA) 12.34, Mahina Maeda (HAW) 11.70, Claire Bevilacqua (AUS) 7.67, Kallee Krebs (HAW) ns Heat 2: Ella Williams (NZL) 12.94, Nagy Bailey (HAW) 8.56, Shelby Detmers (USA) 6.54, Anastasia Ashley (USA) 5.40 Heat 3: Chelsea Tuach (BRB) 11.57, Demi Boelsterli (USA) 9.57, Rina Kitazawa (JPN) 6.50, Dax McGill (HAW) 6.26 Heat 4: Meah Collins (USA) 10.67, Nikki Viesins (USA) 10.50, Malia Osterkamp (USA) 10.27 Heat 5: Chandler Parr (USA) 9.80, Kahanu Delovio (HAW) 8.17, Natalie Anzivino (USA) 8.10, Crystal Vail (AUS) 7.13 Heat 6: Reika Noro (JPN) 9.33, Jasset Umbel (USA) 7.90, Sara Taylor (USA) 6.90, Wes Noble (GBR) 3.94 FORD SUPERGIRL PRO ROUND OF 80 RESULTS: Heat 1: Claire Bevilacqua (AUS) 14.10, Anastasia Ashley (USA) 5.60, Kylie Loveland (USA) 5.06, Malia Faramarzi (USA) 2.26 Heat 2: Demi Boelsterli (USA) 12.84, Ella Williams (NZL) 8.33, Brianna Cope (HAW) 7.60, Kloo Openshaw (USA) 2.30 Heat 3: Malia Osterkamp (USA) 9.43, Reika Noro (JPN) 6.67, Harley Taich (USA) 6.10, Ashley Beeson (USA) 2.09 Heat 4: Natalie Anzivino (USA) 15.90, Sarah Taylor (USA) 9.33, Sara Marineau (USA) 4.50, Lani Doherty (USA) 4.12 FORD SUPERGIRL PRO ROUND OF 88 RESULTS: Heat 1: Claire Bevilacqua (AUS) 13.83, Ella Williams (NZL) 9.67, Asako Mizuno (JPN) 7.57, Heather Jordan (USA) 3.73 Heat 2: Demi Bolsterli (USA) 13.00, Anastasia Ashley (USA) 8.03, Avalon Johnson (USA) 7.23, Jill Hansen (HAW) 2.37 Heat 3: Harley Taich (USA) 6.50, Samantha Lamirand (USA) 5.53, Sarah Taylor (USA) 5.60, Natsuki Suda (JPN) 4.80 Heat 4: Natalie Anzivino (USA) 10.27, Malia Ostercamp (USA) 8.57, Fiona Casey (AUS) 6.40, Lea Taylor (USA) 4.70 FORD SUPERGIRL PRO ROUND OF 96 RESULTS: Heat 1: Claire Bevilacqua (AUS) 11.90, Avalon Johnson (USA) 8.13, Rosanny Alvarez (VEN) 6.27, Sidney Johnson (USA) 2.43 Heat 2: Anastasia Ashley (USA) 10.73, Heather Jordan (USA) 6.03, Michaela Partin (USA) 2.74, Addie Mason (USA) 2.40 Heat 3: Samantha Lamirand (USA) 15.50, Natalie Anzivino (USA) 6.90, Adrana Cano (VEN) 1.27, Nedda Cosman (USA) ns Heat 4: Malia Osterkamp (USA) 9.40, Natsuki Suda (JPN) 5.10, Dresden Rowlett (USA) 2.23

Surf Girls of Summer. An Ongoing Surf Photo Gallery from May through August. Free to attend, no ticket required.

We know what you're thinking. Mid-May is certainly not summer ...yet a trip to the beach earlier today sure felt like summer, so much so that we've decided to kick off Jettygirl's annual summer photo feature a bit early this year. The water's warming up, the sun's out and there's no May Gray to be seen. We'll be adding regularly to this photo feature over the next four months so check back often. We hope that all of you have a wonderful summer and for those of you on the globe who are entering winter shortly, we hope these images will keep you inspired as you're pulling on your 4/3 fullsuits. Enjoy!
Alana Blanchard and the mythical saltwater opossum. Photo © Chris Grant, Jettygirl Online Surf Magazine. Alana Blanchard - Photo: Chris Grant / August 7, 2012 - Alana Blanchard takes a moment to guide a baby opossum up to dry sand after he found himself going for an unexpected ocean swim.
Kyla Langen with a spirited foam blast at a spot her and her family call home. Kyla Langen - Photo: Chris Grant / August 1, 2012 - Kyla Langen spends much of her time up north these days but it's always a treat when she's in town. Spirited foam blast at a spot her and her family call home.
Lauren Sweeney, frontside air in Carlsbad, California. Surf photo by Chris Grant, Jettygirl Online Surf Magazine. Lauren Sweeney - Photo: Chris Grant / July 16, 2012 - I met Lauren Sweeney five years ago on the morning this photo was taken. Her first ride was a backside air. This was her second wave. Five minutes into the session and she already had a fan for life. After getting to know her over the years, I've found her to be one of the most well-rounded individuals I've ever come across.
While visiting Southern California a while back, Peru's Alexia Jeri enjoyed some afternoon lefts at one the best summer spots on our coast. Alexia Jeri - Photo: Chris Grant / July 8, 2012 - A while back I was swimming around in the channel when a ripping goofyfoot from Peru paddled out a snagged a bunch of fun lefts to herself. Alexia Jeri hooks one off the top at one of Southern California's few remaining secret spots.
Florida's Haley Watson at Oceanside Pier. Surf photo by Chris Grant, Haley Watson - Photo: Chris Grant / July 6, 2012 - Haley Watson is one of the few people we know who'd both surf in an event, then do the Reef bikini contest afterward. The current Miss Flagler County dons an evening gown as easily as she gets her hands dirty organizing events and raising money for the MayDay Memorial Foundation, a nonprofit she founded in loving memory of her mother, Dollie Sue Watson, that raises awareness and funds to fight heart disease in women.
Coco Ho, Nike US Open of Surfing, Huntington Beach. Surf photo by Chris Grant, Jettygirl Online Surf Magazine. Coco Ho - Photo: Chris Grant / July 5, 2012 - We still think it's lame that the World Tour doesn't end in Hawaii again this year. Deciding the World Title in Huntington Beach just doesn't seem right. Nevertheless, the HB shorebreak still tests boards, bodies and commitment. Knees bent and ready to absorb the shore dump, Coco Ho stamps the end of her ride with an exclamation point.
Claire Bevilacqua at Trestles. Surf photo by Chris Grant, Jettygirl Online Surf Magazine. Claire Bevilacqua - Photo: Chris Grant / July 3, 2012 - This post will be short and sweet. We miss Claire and wish she was here. Today, tomorrow and always, she will be one of our all-time favorites.
Day in, day out you can find Lulu Erkeneff ripping her local left. Surf photo by Mark Simon - Lulu Erkeneff - Photo: Mark Simon / June 30, 2012 - Day in, day out you can find Lulu Erkeneff ripping this local left. Earlier today, Lulu put in some solid rail work at one of California's most competitive surf spots.
Danny Dean, Oceanside, California. Photo by Chris Grant, Danny Dean - Photo: Chris Grant / June 25, 2012 - It's always wise to check for stingrays during the summer, but the influx in Oceanside this year is simply ridiculous. You're usually in the clear when the only parts of you in saltwater are a couple of toes. In the Summer of 2012 however, there are so many out there that it's worth it to check back and make sure they're not following you onto the sand. Danny Dean, Oceanside, California.
Nikki Viesins hucking spray in onshore Oceanside. Surf photo by Chris Grant, Jettygirl Online Surf Magazine. Nikki Viesins - Photo: Chris Grant / June 23, 2012 - Some of Nikki Viesins' turns were so similar to Sally Fitzgibbons that I did a few double-takes yesterday. On a messy onshore day where many of the locals left the water shaking their heads at how bad it was, Nikki shredded wave after wave to the beach. I wish she would visit North County more often.
Frothy waves require both power and finesse. Kaleigh Gilchrist surfing in South Orange County. Surf photo by Chris Grant, Kaleigh Gilchrist - Photo: Chris Grant / June 21, 2012 - I dig watching power surfers and Kaleigh Gilchrist is no exception. This particularly windy day featured tricky, frothy rights and with textbook style, Kaleigh applied both power and finesse on wave after wave.
Alexa, Kelsey and Mallory walk up the beach after an exhausting session of non-stop paddling, currents and closeout sets. Photo by Chris Grant, Alexa Frantz, Kelsey Harris & Mallory Eberlin - Photo: Chris Grant / June 11, 2012 - These three surfers had just finished a completely solo session and were back at the car when a complete stranger walks up and says, "My friend has this boat. Do you want to go wakeboarding with us?" After an incredibly awkward minute of silence, the guy bailed but once again I was left bewildered at the lame lines I hear on Jettygirl shoots. I'm pretty sure that bikinis are just bikinis, not invitations.
World Champion Lindsay Steinriede at home in California. Photo by Chris Grant, Jettygirl Online Surf Magazine. Lindsay Steinriede - Photo: Chris Grant / June 10, 2012 - Far from the prying eyes of a hundred media cameras, the current ASP Women's Longboard World Champion, Lindsay Steinriede, makes her way to the water's edge at a break that's always been dear to her heart.
Alexa Frantz, La Jolla. Surf photo by Chris Grant, Jettygirl Online Surf Magazine. Alexa Frantz - Photo: Chris Grant / June 8, 2012 - Somewhat of a secret outside of San Diego, Alexa Frantz is definitely on the short list of surfers I like to shoot with. Her choice of beach attire turns heads most everywhere she goes but it's what she does in the water that I appreciate. The powerful regularfoot has a variety of fin-throwing turns and she never plays it safe. Alexa takes the polar-opposite of "3 to the beach" approach and that's one of the reasons why we like her surfing so much.
Singlefin Love. While visiting from Japan, Ryoko Maruyama shows her board some much deserved appreciation before paddling out at a secret reef in Cardiff. Photo by Chris Grant, Ryoko Maruyama - Photo: Chris Grant / June 6, 2012 - With a quiet gesture that would surely warm the heart of any surfboard shaper, Ryoko Maruyama, shows her board some much deserved appreciation before paddling out at a secret reef in Cardiff. Singlefin love from Japan.
Dana Hills High School star, Danielle Wyman, ripping one off the top in local waters. Surf photo by Mark Simon - Danielle Wyman - Photo: Mark Simon / June 5, 2012 - On one of those "sunny-but-still-fullsuit" weather days, 3-time ISF State Champion and Dana Hills High School star, Danielle Wyman, whips a nice turn off the top at her local spot. As a standout at one of Southern California's most competitive surf spots, watch for Danielle to continue to make waves in coming years.
Current women's Pipeline champion, Bianca Valenti, was in town this weekend for the Bud Light Lime Surf Series and enjoyed some warm water sessions far from her home in Marin County. Bianca Valenti - Photo: Chris Grant / June 4, 2012 - Far from her homebreak in Marin County, current women's Pipeline champ, Bianca Valenti, was in town for the Bud Light Lime Surf Series event in Oceanside held over the weekend. The waves weren't great but I'm sure it was refreshing for Bianca to ditch her fullsuit and booties for a couple of days in a spring suit.
Kassia Meador testing out her early wetsuit designs at Cardiff Reef. Surf photo by Chris Grant, Jettygirl Online Surf Magazine. Kassia Meador - Photo: Chris Grant / May 26, 2012 - A few summers back I had the chance to work with Kassia for a three-day stretch while she was working on some of her early wetsuit designs. A few things stick out in my mind from the sessions ...on the negative side, no sun and a fried wide angle lens; on the bright side, it was the first time I was able to meet the amazing Sofia Mulanovich and of course the extended opportunity to watch Kassia rip on everything from her prized alaia to a pristine singlefin noserider.
On the long rocky walk back after being chased out of a secret spot, Taylor Pitz found a nice place to cool her toes. Taylor Pitz - Photo: Chris Grant / May 24, 2012 - After being chased from a secret spot last summer, we had to walk for an hour over sharp, rocky terrain. Judging by Taylor's virtual jog over sharp rocks, she'd have no problem walking over hot coals. She probably grew weary of hearing me say, "Ooh, ouch!" a thousand times during the journey. On the way back Taylor discovered a natural pool and took a moment to cool her feet.
Shea Hodges, late afternoon slice. Surf photo by Chris Grant, Jettygirl Online Surf Magazine. Shea Hodges - Photo: Chris Grant / May 23, 2012 - Late afternoon slice by Shea Hodges. The water in San Diego is beginning to warm which suits this Hawaiian goofyfoot fine. While others are breaking out their bikinis, Shea's happily transitioning to a 3/2mm full. Warm and shredding in the sun's last light, Cardiff, California.
Kulia Doherty - surf photo by Chris Grant, Kulia Doherty - Photo: Chris Grant / May 21, 2012 - It may not look like it but on this summer day the water was freezing. If I recall, Kulia's dad Mike (may he rest in peace) said he'd give her $10 if she braved the sub-60 degree cold for a couple of waves. I wasn't on the beach to see her collect her payday but she earned every cent on the couple of rights she ripped to the beach.
Chloe Buckley off the bottom at Scripps. Surf photo by Chris Grant, Jettygirl Online Surf Magazine. Chloe Buckley - Photo: Chris Grant / May 17, 2012 - A painful example of May and June in California ...cloudy over here, sunny over there. Chloe Buckley eyes a section down the line on one of those overcast-but-warm mornings.
Claire Bevilacqua navigating the jump-off point during a south swell in Oceanside, California. Surf photo by Chris Grant, Jettygirl Online Surf Magazine. Claire Bevilacqua - Photo: Chris Grant / May 16, 2012 - With south swell lines pushing into the jetty a few seasons back, our good friend Claire Bevilacqua makes her way to the jump-off spot.
Hayley Conant, summer surf session at Oceanside Pier, 2007. Photo by Chris Grant, Hayley Conant - Photo: Chris Grant / May 15, 2012 - This photo was taken in 2008 but we wanted to post it in honor of Hayley Conant, who as of a few hours ago gave birth to her first child. While Hayley might not be surfing anytime soon, her summer will no doubt be an amazing one. Congratulations Hayley!

2011 NSSA National Interscholastic Championships Presented by Nike 6.0

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NATIONAL INTERSCHOLASTICS GO OFF IN EXCELLENT SURF CONDITIONS AT SALT CREEK! Mira Costa College, San Clemente High School, Huntington Beach High School and Shorecliffs Middle School take team gold! (Huntington Beach, Ca - June 20, 2011) - The 2011 National Interscholastic Championships presented by Nike 6.0 witnessed a phenomenal marathon three days of performance surfing from the top college, high school and middle school surfers from around the country. The Interscholastics were blessed with a building southwest swell which pumped in excellent 4-5 foot surf at Salt Creek. 17 college teams, 12 high schools and 9 middle schools combined for nearly 370 competitors in the Interscholastic Championships. Team spirit was at an all-time high as hungry surfers competed passionately for the gold for their nationally ranked schools. In an exciting battle for first in the College Championships, Mira Costa edged out the defending 12-time National Champion UC Santa Barbara by a score of 107-106. The victory gave its Mira Costa‚s third National Championship and first since 2004. Running neck and neck with Santa Barbara going into the final rounds, Mira Costa‚s rise to the top of the podium was attributed to Brent Reilly‚s victory in the College Mens and Dayton Silva who was performing double duty placing in both the Mens and Longboard finals. Reilly, who won a National High School Mens title surfing for Carlsbad High in 2008, was on a dominating level at Salt Creek. His polished and explosive frontside attack was a perfect fit for the steep Salt Creek lefthanders. UC Santa Barbara‚s Lipoa Kahaleuahi successfully defended her 2010 National College Womens title and Troy Mothershead broke through for his first National Interscholastic Longboard title bringing his career National title count up to four. Mothershead had won an Explorer title in 2006 and an Explorer and Open title in 2007 and will now add an Interscholastic title to his resume. Top ranked San Clemente High School marched to their eleventh National title in a decisive 111-103 victory over Edison High School. Both San Clemente and Edison came out of the gates with tremendous momentum in the first two rounds jumping to a huge points advantage over the rest of their opponents. San Clemente led throughout the contest but Edison was still in the game until the semifinals when they lost their remaining Mens team competitors. San Clemente‚s Breyden Taylor battled hard with runner-up Blake Davis in the hotly contested High School Men‚s final. Taylor sealed it when he detonated on a heat high 7.5 wave score which was enough to edge Davis for the win and take home his first career National title. Taylor has become one of the standout surfers this season clinching his first NSSA conference in the Southwest Explorer Juniors division. He will be one of the leading contenders for a National title when that tier of the 2011 National Championships continues in Huntington Beach June 26-July 3. Laguna Beach‚s Taylor Pitz claimed her first National Championship in the High School Womens. Pitz, who was also a Southwest Conference Champion this season, will eye another title in the prestigious Open Womens category when the Nationals hits southside of the HB Pier next week. Huntington Beach‚s Tony Bartovich took the Longboard title. In the National Junior Varsity competition, Huntington Beach took a close 53-51 decision over Edison. This was HB‚s first trip to the winners podium at the National Interscholastic Championships since their Varsity team‚s victory in 1998. Edison‚s Dylan Aragon took the Junior Varsity Mens title while Huntington Beach‚s Paige Ortiz and Taylor McDole claimed victories in Junior Varsity Womens and Longboard respectively. Shorecliffs Middle School secured their ninth National title and sixth in a row. Their domination of the Nationals with another talented group of surfers shined as they jumped out to an overwhelming lead after round 2. They won the event with a massive point spread in a 136-74 victory over Dwyer. In a stacked Middle School Boys final, Shorecliffs team member Colt Ward took the National Middle School Boys title over last year‚s champ Kanoa Igarashi. Aviara Oaks team member Kylie Loveland claimed her first National title winning the Middle School Girls division and Shorecliffs‚ Mason Shaw won the Longboard. CBS SPORTS ALT GAMES EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE For the first time, the NSSA College Surfing Championships will be featured on national television as part of CBS Sports Network‚s coverage of The Alt Games. Highlights from the College Surfing Championships will be part of a special one-hour CBS Sports Spectacular airing on CBS on Saturday, June 25 (2:00-3:00 PM, ET). Following the CBS Sports show, more surfing action will be featured on CBS Sports Network on Saturday, June 25 (6:00-7:00 PM, ET) and Sunday, June 26 (3:00-5:00 PM, ET). For full programming information, log on to The 2011 NSSA National Interscholastic Championships is presented by Nike 6.0 and proud to have support from Huntington Surf and Sport, Surfing Magazine, Sex Wax, CBS Sports and Laguna Art College. The NSSA is a member of Surfing America, the ISA-recognized National Governing Body for Surfing in the United States. The NSSA National Interscholastic Championships is the sixth of seven events in the 2011 NSSA Championship Series. The 2011 Championship Series events include the Interscholastic State Championships at Huntington Beach Pier March 5-7 (completed), the Hawaii Championships at Kewalo Basin, Oahu, HI March 15-20 (completed); the East Coast Championships at New Smyrna Beach Inlet, FL April 7-10 (completed); the NSSA Jr. Championships at Huntington Beach Pier, CA April 9 (completed); the West Coast Championships at Huntington Beach Pier, CA May 18-22 (completed); the National Interscholastic Championships at Salt Creek, Ca June 16-18 and the National Championships at Huntington Beach Pier, CA June 26-July 3. THE SCOREBOARD - RESULTS 2011 NSSA NATIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC CHAMPIONSHIPS SALT CREEK, DANA POINT, CA NATIONAL COLLEGE CHAMPIONSHIPS COLLEGE TEAM 1. Mira Costa 107 2. UC Santa Barbara 106 3. University of North Carolina Wilmington 87 4. San Diego State University 84 5. Point Loma Gold 81 6. Saddleback 67 7. Florida Tech 58 8. University of North Florida 56 9. CSU San Marcos 52 10. University of San Diego 51 11. USC 48 12. Flagler 46 13. University of Central Florida 44 14. CSU Long Beach 41 =15. Point Loma Green 23 UC San Diego 23 17. Daytona COLLEGE MENS 1. Brent Reilly-Mira Costa 14.33 2. Dough Van Mierlo-SDSU 11.57 3. Ben Powell-UNCW 9.93 4. Dayton Silva-Mira Costa 9.16 5. Sebastian Moreno-Florida Tech 8.37 6. Theo Lewitt-UCSB 5.84 COLLEGE WOMENS 1. Lipoa Kahaleuahi-UCSB 10.33 2. Kaleigh Gilchrist-USC 9.80 3. Amy Nicholl-UCF 9.16 4. Marissa Shaw-SDSU 8.77 5. Erika Cook-CSULB 8.33 6. Leilani Pickett-UNCW 7.10 COLLEGE LONGBOARD 1. Troy Mothershead-Point Loma 14.83 2. Kevin Osborne-UCSB 12.63 3. Dennis White-Saddleback 8.57 4. Dayton Silva-Mira Costa 8.33 5. Mick Rodgers-CSUSM 6.54 6. Drake Courie-UNCW 5.74 NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL (VARSITY) CHAMPIONSHIPS HIGH SCHOOL TEAM 1. San Clemente 111 2. Edison 103 3. Newport Harbor 90 4. Huntington Beach 64 5. Malibu 57 6. Laguna Beach 55 7. Kamehameha 50 8. Mira Costa 45 9. Jupiter 41 10. Melbourne 38 11. Palos Verdes 17 12. Marina 11 HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY MENS 1. Breyden Taylor-San Clemente 11.50 2. Blake Davis-Newport Harbor 11.16 2. Ezekiel Lau-Kamehameha 9.73 4. Derek Peters-Huntington Beach 9.60 5. Trevor Thornton-San Clemente 6.83 6. Tanner Rozunko-San Clemente 6.24 HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY WOMENS 1. Taylor Pitz-Laguna Beach 12.50 2. Shelby Detmers-Newport Harbor 3. Jasset Umbel-Jupiter 8.17 4. Emily Ruppert-Melbourne 5. Anise Guzman-Edison 6. Emmy Lombard-San Clemente HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY LONGBOARD 1. Tony Bartovich-Huntington Beach 10.57 2. Shaun Thompson-Edison 10.54 3. Fisher Grant-Melbourne 10.27 4. Kelly Zaun-Mira Costa 9.43 5. Eli Gillis-San Clemente 8.97 6. Kris Williams-Laguna Beach 5.90 NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL (JUNIOR VARSITY) CHAMPIONSHIPS HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM 1. Huntington Beach 53 2. Edison 51 3. Marina 14 HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY MENS 1. Dylan Aragon-Edison 11.97 2. Cameron Faris-Huntington Beach 10.10 3. Dane McCrystal-Huntington Beach 8.17 4. Jordan Robinson-Edison 8.10 5. Tony Morelli-Edison 6.63 6. Taylor McDole-Huntington Beach 6.10 HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY WOMENS 1. Paige Ortiz-Huntington Beach 5.53 2. Torrey Miethke-Edison 2.97 3. Haley Handy-Huntington Beach 1.37 4. Brittany Gingrich-Edison 0.40 HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY LONGBOARD 1. Taylor McDole-Huntington Beach 6.94 2. Nathan Thompson-Edison 5.50 3. Nico Emmer-Marina 2.30 NATIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIPS MIDDLE SCHOOL TEAM 1. Shorecliffs A 136 2. Dwyer 74 3. Aviara Oaks 68 4. Marco Forster 49 5. Shorecliffs "B" 47 6. Thurston 42 7. Kamehameha 40 8. Sowers 28 9. Bernice Ayer 26 MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS 1. Colt Ward-Shorecliffs 13.34 2. Kanoa Igarashi-Dwyer 10.24 3. Daniel Tieman-Shorecliffs 8.13 4. Imaikalani DeVault-Kamehameha 7.66 5. Griffin Colapinto-Shorecliffs 6.53 6. Mitchell Arterburn-Aviara Oaks MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS 1. Kylie Loveland-Aviara Oaks 11.83 2. Tia Blanco-Shorecliffs 11.03 3. Sawyer Gilley-Aviara Oaks 6.40 4. Kirra Connolly-Shorecliffs 5.96 5. 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