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Kai Kane’s third Hawaiian Surfing Federation of Kaua’i contest – the Pine Trees series in Hanalei – took off last weekend in a blaze of waves fit only for some of the island’s best in show.
Alex Smith took the Menehune Division; David Miyasato won the Senior Mens Division; Kalani Martin walked away with the Boys Division; Masaijah Lani took the Juniors Division; Hoku Hookano came out on top of the Mens Division; Bethany Hamilton won for the Womens; and Janna Irons won the Longboard women’s division.
David Phillips (Boys), Phillip Pembrook (Juniors) and Casildo Quiroz (Seniors) won their respective divisions for Bodyboarding.
Trailing Smith in the Menehune Division (and in this order) were Kalevi Yuniwaijah, Bethany Hamilton, Tyler Newton, Kalani Martin, Bear Bailey.
Teva Dexter followed Martin in the Boys Divison, and behind him were Chris Eniem, Casey Satterfield, Clay Posner and Ke’ale Chung.
Behine Lani were for the Juniors were Shane Valiere, Tanner Haytin, Kana KirkPatrick, Chris Satterfield, and Kyle Calloway.
In the Men’s Division, Gavin Gillette trailed Hookano, as did Miguel Martinez, Masaijah Lani, Chris Satterfield and Jake Scovel.
Russel Lewis followed Miyasato in the Senior Divison. Les Tabuchi, Keath Hacker, Mike Young and Craug Balmores followed.
And in the Womens Division, Alana Blanchard pulled up behind Hamilton, followed by Ashley Fagersted, Camille Brady, Andriana Mendivil and Alana Brennan.
Maikalani Martinez, Lauren Taylor, Lyra Drouin, Kristen Steiner and Erika Steiner followed Irons’ lead in the Longboard women.
And in Bodyboarding, Phillips was followed by Jeremy Ferguson, Cory Mira, Kyle Mira and Jason Obe Smith for the Boys. Pembrook was trailed by Ryan Moribe, Pyper Luellen, Maui Givens, Lono Makanani and Kyle Forker. For the Seniors in Bodyboarding, Quiroz was followed by Ryan Moribe, Maui Givens, Kyle Forker, Jacob Pembrook and Sean Allen.
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