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MEN: 1. Noah Collins, Manhattan Beach, 13.94; 2. Kei Kobayashi, San Clemente, 9.00.
JUNIORS: 1. Yuji Mori, Chiba, Japan, 14.70; 2. Ryland Rubens, Pacific Beach, 13.57; 3. Kade Matson, San Clemente, 10.50; 4. Liam Gloyd, Carlsbad, 8.70.
BOYS: 1. Hagan Johnson, San Clemente, 15.17; 2. Taro Watanabe, Malibu, 12.90; 3. Kade Matson, San Clemente, 10.27; 4. Levi Slawson, Encinitas, 5.44.
MINI GROMS: 1. Dane Matson, San Clemente, 17.57; 2. Shohei Kato, Japan, 12.77; 3. Cole McCaffray, Cardiff, 7.73; 4. Callahan Corn, Del Mar, 7.23.
WOMEN: 1. Malia Osterkamp, San Clemente, 12.36; 2. Tia Blanco, Oceanside, 10.84; 3. Avalon Johnson, Carlsbad, 4.30; 4. Steffi Kerson, Thousand Oaks, 2.87.
GIRLS: 1. Kirra Pinkerton, San Clemente, 18.43; 2. Bethany Zelasko, Dana Point, 9.83; 3. Alyssa Spencer, Carlsbad, 9.33; 4. Samantha Sibley, San Clemente, 4.33.
PERFORMERS OF THE EVENT: Noah Collins—first Open Men win of the season; Kirra Pinkerton—Open Girls winner and perfect 10 scored in the final; Tia Blanco—perfect 10 wave score in Open Women semis; Alyssa Spencer—posted a near perfect heat total of 19.53 out of 20 in the Open Girls quarterfinals.