Scholastic Surf Series

Zuma Beach Tower 10, Malibu – March 20, 2016

It was a beautiful Sunday for our High School Division 2 SSS event LA to Santa Barbara at Zuma Beach Tower 10. Waves were about 3 to 4 feet and clean with a nice offshore breeze that lasted till the afternoon. With a crazy El Nino winter and lots of cancellations all the teams were fired up to have some decent surf especially Agoura taking the overall team win with 56.5 points defeating Samo/CC with 33.5 points. Surfing solid and consistent all day and taking the win in both the Men’s Shortboard and the Men’s Longboard final was Joel Bishop from Arroyo Grande. Winning the Woman’s Shortboard final was Claire Bardin from Loyola and taking first in the Woman’s Longboard final was Nikki Katz from Agoura. Last, but certainly not least, for the second contest in a row taking the win in the Body board final was Ryan Pierson from Villanova.


Calabasas 6                def        Westlake 5

Agoura 56.5               def        Samo/CC 33.5

Arroyo Grande 45.5   def       Villanova 42.5

Loyola 53                   def       Morro Bay 20


Mens Shortboard

  1. Joel Bishop, Arroyo Grande
  2. Clay Norian, Villanova
  3. Ryan Pierson, Villanova
  4. Spencer Regan, Loyola
  5. Cash Marchant, Morro Bay
  6. Josh Frieson, Arroyo Grande

Mens Longboard

  1. Joel Bishop, Arroyo Grande
  2. Clay Norian, Villanova
  3. Daniel Burke, Morro Bay
  4. Isaac Fishman, Samo/CC
  5. Fillip Gladkov, Samo/CC

Womens Shortboard

  1. Claire Bardin, Loyola
  2. Emma Fresco, Loyola
  3. Riley Cabanero, Arroyo Grande
  4. Camille Rubel, Agoura
  5. Lyla Moes, Villanova

Womens Longboard

  1. Nikki Katz, Agoura
  2. Claire Bardon, Loyola
  3. Camille Rubel, Agoura
  4. Emma Fresco, Loyola
  5. Lyla Moes, Villanova


  1. Ryan Pierson, Villanova
  2. Jackson Linscomb, Loyola
  3. Jack Kelley, Samo/CC
  4. Ethan Marquis, Arroyo Grande




Zuma Beach is in Malibu. The address is 30390 Pacific Coast Hwy. Tower 10 is located south of Guermsey Ave and north of Morning View. From Pacific Coast Hwy look for the off ramp to Parking Lot 9.


$8 per day. There is an attendant on site who will accept cash or credit card.