Harley Clifford: a dream run at Stewart Creek Park | Photo: SBPWT

Harley Clifford landed a heelside 900 to claim the Pro Wakeboarding division in the first stop of the Supra Boats Pro Wakeboard Tour, at Stewart Creek Park, Texas.

The final heat was fierce, and everyone wanted a top spot. The Australian wakeboarder sealed the deal with a heelside 900 earning him a score of 95.65. Clifford killed it with a toeside 900, backside 540, and a front mobe 540.

"I am really stoked on that win. It was one of the most gratifying wins I've ever had. Cory and Phil both killed it. I stuck my tricks and won - feels good," expressed Harley Clifford.

Keenan Flegel nailed the Pro Wakesurfing category, finishing in first place with 100.50 points, followed by younger brother Noah Flegel with 86.00 points and Dallas native, Parker Payne, in third place with 85.50 points.

"I started out a little rough. I fell on a few tricks that I normally don't fall on. My first pass I did a frontside shove, and my second pass I landed a passion pop. It's really awesome to be here wakesurfing at the pro tour, and I'm pumped for my win," added Flegel.

Keenan was fired up. He would eventually win the Pro Skim final, after defeating five opponents. Lake Lewisville is the first of four stops around the United States for the Supra Boats Pro Wakeboard Tour 2015 event series. Other stops include Georgia, California and Wisconsin.

Supra Boats Pro Wakeboard Tour 2015 | Stewart Creek Park

Pro Wakeboarding
1. Harley Clifford 95.65
2. Cory Teunissen 93.67
3. Phillip Soven 88.33
4. Rusty Malinoski 76.67
5. Tony Iacconi 70.00
6. Noal Flegel 44.33

Pro Wakesurf
1. Keenan Flegel 100.50
2. Noah Flegel 86.00
3. Parker Payne 85.50
4. James Walker 85.00
5. Chris Wolter 81.00
6. Aaron Witherall 71.50

Pro Skim
1. Keenan Flegel 111.5
2. Noah Flegel 97.50
3. Aaron Witherell 97.00
4. Trevor Fearson 68.50
5. Austin Keen 68.00
6. Parker Payne 61.00

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