USBA Science Hawaii Tour: hey, this is a bodyboarding contest

Today was all about shear Kauai dominance. Out island riders did have a good showing with Ha’a Auweloa placing 1st in his early heats to make it all the way to the semis. This locked in his first event title at the USBA SCIENCE Hawaii regional tour in the 13-18 division. Outside of Ha’a it was a show put on by the locals.

Matt Holttzman took out two divisions with a marathon run of back-to-back heats to win both 13-18 and Open Amateur.

The current generation of Kauai rippers held their heads high with Brandon Buzza making multiple finals and Bud Myiamoto winning the DK Open division. The story of the day was Buds runner up Sammy Morretino who almost edged out but with on 12 years planet thus far, this kids is the next Generation of Drop Knee from Kauai.

Science Bodyboards Hawaii recognized this and immediately picked the young ripper up to add to the HI team. Noah Holwaff took out the most Stand up division, which is a popular bragging rights division amongst the Kauaians.

It was a great event to finalize the USBA SCIENCE HAWAII REGIONAL TOUR. Next stop is the National USBA event the Dave and Busters Sandy Beach Pro. All division winners from the Science Hawaii regional tour will gain a free entry into the Sandy Beach Pro.

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