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Point Loma High School Claims San Diego Oakley High School Surf Team Challenge Win


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San Clemente, CA (April 3, 2014) — The 2014 Oakley High School Surf Team Challenge held its San Diego regional event this past weekend at Seaside Reed in Cardiff, Calif. in collaboration with the Oakley Surf Shop Challenge.

Ten teams of four surfers each from area high schools competed in the fun rippable swell on offer. But at the close of the Final, only one team could claim the honor of best San Diego area High School Surf Team and this year’s honor went to Point Loma High School.

2014 Champions: Team Point Loma (L-R: Jonah Pierce, Kyle Costa, Keone Betanzos, Spencer Bingham. Photo: Ellis

2014 Champions: Team Point Loma (L-R: Jonah Pierce, Kyle Costa, Keone Betanzos, Spencer Bingham. Photo: Ellis

In addition to the glory and bragging rights, the team took home Oakley iPad minis, OHSTC Futures Fins and Watermans Sunscreen for their efforts. Carlsbad High School took second, San Dieguito Academy took third and Santa Fe Christian High School claimed fourth.

A second Oakley High School Surf Team event will take place at 54th/56th Street in Newport Beach, Calif. on May 31st to determine the top high school in Orange County.

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Special thanks to title sponsor Oakley, media sponsor SURFER Magazine and co-sponsors New Era, Futures Fins, Watermans Sunscreen and Banzai Bowls, without which the Surf Team Challenge series would not be possible.

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