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SanO team seizes 2nd place finish in Oceanside!

On the weekend of August 11-12, the San Onofre Surfing Club put together yet another small team to compete in the Coalition of Surfing Clubs at the 34th Annual Oceanside Longboard Surfing Club Contest and Beach Festival.  Thanks to the support and interest from our members, we were able to gather a few more competitors for our second Coalition event, but we were still short of a full roster.  Beating all the odds and shocking even ourselves, Sano ended up coming in 2nd in overall team points!  OLSC put on on an amazing event complete with around 300 surfers from 19 different clubs.  The weekend was made even more festive with live music, delicious food and a much appreciated beer garden.  We couldn't have been more proud of our team and the way Sano was represented.  From infants to septuagenarians, Sano was a consistently positive presence, even through some pretty challenging surf conditions at times.  Thank you to all of our surfers and especially to the family and friends that came out to support us!  We had a blast and can't wait for our next Coalition contest (which will be the Tourmaline Club Challenge  hosted by Pacific Beach Surf Club and the Cardiff Surf Club at Tourmaline Surf Park on October 6 and 7).

Please let us know if you would be interested in competing with us!!

Email us at info@sanonofresurfingclub.org



 Carolyn Sachse, 14, considers the crew at San Onofre her second family. She’s been splitting the peak with her dad and Grandpa since she was nine. Carolyn can be found surfing Old Mans at least 3-5 times a week and loves all of the friendships she has made out in the water. She recently won the individual league longboarding title for SCHS and is currently is ranked 1st in the WSA girls under18 longboarding division. However, the coalition contests are the ones she enjoys most and looks forward to earning points for San Onofre Surfing Club for years to come.  Photo: Blue Engelking (at The Point)

Carolyn Sachse, 14, considers the crew at San Onofre her second family. She’s been splitting the peak with her dad and Grandpa since she was nine. Carolyn can be found surfing Old Mans at least 3-5 times a week and loves all of the friendships she has made out in the water. She recently won the individual league longboarding title for SCHS and is currently is ranked 1st in the WSA girls under18 longboarding division. However, the coalition contests are the ones she enjoys most and looks forward to earning points for San Onofre Surfing Club for years to come.

Photo: Blue Engelking (at The Point)

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