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One last history-making day in MIL surfing: Wrapping up the first championship meet
April 21, 2014 - Robert Collias
Here is the start of my surfing story from Sunday's paper:
KUAU - The Maui Interscholastic League made history Saturday with the world's first high school surfing championship meet.
No one at Hookipa Beach Park, however, capped more of an unprecedented run than King Kekaulike High School sophomore bodyboarder Ginger Prados, who was the only competitor to finish the inaugural three-meet season unbeaten.
"It's pretty cool, it's an awesome feeling," Prados said after finishing 1-2 with her twin sister Amber in all three meets. "I had a great time out there with really nice and awesome people."
Click here for the rest of the story, along with full results.
Here is a look at the second meet, with insight on what it takes to be part of the Hana team.
For anyone who needs to catch up, here is my season preview.
Here is my full story on the first meet three weeks ago.
Here is where we broke the story that this season would happen — back in August.
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