The North Pavilion in Spring Lake hosted the NSSA (National Scholastic Surfing Association) Northeast Championships which featured New Jersey high school surfing teams competing for team and individual state titles. While not officially recognized by the NJSIAA, there were over 200 competitors on the Atlantic Ocean on Sunday showcasing their impressive talents.

From 1988 to 2012, Ocean City dominated the high school surfing landscape winning every year with the exception of 1997. There’s a new surf dynasty as Manasquan captured their sixth consecutive state championship narrowly edging Ocean City for the team crown. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the story on how the Warriors have built a surf dynasty:

NSSA NJ State Surfing Championships – Sunday, October 12, Spring Lake, NJ

Team Results

1st: Manasquan

2nd: Ocean City

3rd: Long Beach

4th: Rumson-Fair Haven

5th: Shore Regional

Girls Short Board

1st: Morgan Iglay, Manasquan

2nd: Audrey Iglay, Manasquan

Boys Short Board

1st: Jack Richards, Long Beach

2nd: Joe Kelly, Ocean City

Boys Long Board

1st: Jesse Hulsart, Manasquan

2nd: Ryan Devins, Point Pleasant Boro