HSF/YMCA Progress Expressions surfing contest held at PK’s

The first event of the Hawaii Surfing Federation/YMCA Kauai surfing contest season was held Saturday morning at the PKs (Prince Kuhio) surf break at Ho‘ai Bay on the South Shore.

The contest was held in small 2-3 foot surf under sunny skies, and was wrapped up on Saturday afternoon.

Bodyboard Divisions

Boys 14 – under

1. David Phillips

2. Kyle Mira

3. Nosh Murray

4. Travis Smith

5. Kailon Tyndzik

6. Dylan Goodale

Junior Bodyboarders 15 – 17

1. Kainoa Lum

2. David Phillips

3. Cory Mira

4. Kiley Momohara

5. Kyle Mira

6. Jeremy Ferguson

Surfing Divisions

Menehune 11 – under

1. Kyle Galtes

2. Keola Carreira

3. Malia Manuel

4. Koa Smith

5. Erika Steiner

6. Manalani Medeiros

Boys 12 – 14

1. Tyler Newton

2. Alex Smith

3. Kalani Martin

4. Bethany Hamilton

5. Alana Blanchard

6. Aaron Hacker

Jr. Men 15 – 17

1. Gavin Gillette

2. Sebastian Zietz

3. Zach Arreola

4. Aaron Swanson

5. Dylan Melamed

6. Kyle Ramey

Open men 18- 24

1. Masaijah Lani

2. Gavin Gillette

3. Kalani Vierra

4. Hoku Hookano

5. Max Medeiros

6. Zach Arreola

Girls 17 – under

1. Alana Blanchard

2. Bethany Hamilton

3. Racheal Parker

4. Adrianna Mendivil

5. Ashley Fagersted

6. Shaye Donnelly

Girls Longboard 17 – under

1. Erica Steiner

2. Kristen Steiner

3. Leila Hurst

4. Savanna Marvin

5. Vanessa Martinez

6. Sweden Kealoha

4-A Open

1. Ruben Balmores

2. Chris Satterfield

3. Max Medeiros

4. Hoku Hookano

Sr. Men 35 – 44

1. Kalani Vierra

2. Ruben Balmores

3. Les Pabuchi

4. Craig Balmores

Women 18 – Over

1. Lyra Drouin

2. Lauren Denton

3. Virginia Fajardo

4. Joey Bonaparte

Longboard Open

1. Ian Ham Young

2. Bobo Ham Young

3. Craig Balmores

4. Les Tabuchi

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