Moore, Kamehameha surf capture nationals

Cayla Moore won the national shortboard division for the second year in a row at Dana Point, Calif. Courtesy photo.
Kamehameha’s Cayla Moore won the national shortboard division for the second year in a row at Dana Point, Calif. Courtesy photo.

The Kamehameha surf team successfully defended its title over the weekend at the NSSA National Interscholastic Championships at Dana Point, Calif.

Kamehameha's Imaikalani Devault finished in fourth place in the men's shortboard division. / Courtesy photo.
Kamehameha’s Imaikalani Devault finished in fourth place in the men’s shortboard division. / Courtesy photo.

Cayla Moore, a senior for the Warriors’ club team, defended her national shortboard title, and senior Imaikalani Devault finished in fourth place in the men’s shortboard.


Other Kamehameha team members were seniors Charlie Akao, Nakoa Sabate, Kealohi Sabate and Paliku Victorino, juniors Nathan Hester and Kahia Walker, sophomores Kuio Young and Jacob Maihui, and freshman Julian Williams.


NSAA National Interscholastic Championships
June 13-13, Dana Point, Calif.
Top five teams

>> 1. Kamehameha, 94
>> 2. San Clemente High, Calif., 90
>> 3. Huntington Beach High, Calif., 88
>> 4. San Dieguito High, Calif., 86
>> 5. Dana Hills High, Calif., 76

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