HSF holds second contest of season at Davidon’s

The Hawaii Surfing Federation held its second contest of the season at Davidon’s Beach last Saturday.

The contest enjoyed a healthy swell as the island’s best surfed for top honor in their respective divisions.

BODYBOARD – David Phillips began the day with a first place finish in the Boys 14-under bodyboard division. He edged Jason Obe Smith, who took second.

Phillips would later win the Drop Knee Open. Ferguson came in second, Matthew Murray took third and Phillip Pembrook was fourth.

Kyle Mira was third, Noah Murray was fourth, Jeremy Ferguson was fifth and Kiley Momohara was sixth.

In the Junior Bodyboard division (ages 15-17), Adam Bice ran away with top honors, edging Phillip Pembrook. Kainoa Lum was second, Kainoa Lum was third, Maui Givens was fourth, Kyle Forker was fifth and Cory Mira took sixth in the event.

Mira came back to take first place in the Senior Bodyboard (18-over) division. He topped Forker and Givens, who were second and third.

SURFING – In the girls 17-under surfing division, Alana Brennan edged Bethany Hamilton for first place.

Ashley Fagersted was third, Alana Blanchard was fourth, Andrianna Mendivil was fifth and Racheal Parker came in sixth.

Levi Yunwiyah won the Menehune (11-under) surfing division.

Koa Smith took second in the Menehune, Malia Manuel was third and Savanna Sussman took fourth.

Kyle Ramey won the 12-14 Boys divison over Keal’e Chung, who was second. Sebastin Zietz was third, Clay Posner was fourth, Chris Eneim was fifth and Tyler Newton took sixth to round out the division.

In Juniors (15-17), Gavin Gilette surfed to first over Masaijah Lani, who later won the Open Men division.

Ramey was third in the division, Wyatt Taubman was fourth, Shane Valiere took fifth and Zach Arreola rounded out the division in sixth.

Kyle Calloway followed Lani in second place in the Open Men surfing division.

Taubman was third, Drew Irons was fourth, Gillette took fifth and Sean McCoy was sixth.


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