Lakey Peterson of Santa Barbara made it two in a row and Hawaiian Kaimana Jaquias joined his father as a champion at the National Scholastic Surfing Assn. Nationals.
Division finals were held Saturday at the south side of the Huntington Beach Pier.
Both Peterson and Jaquias overtook heat leaders to win their respective titles.
Peterson was able to claim here second-straight Open Women's crown when final heat leader, Nage Melamed, earned an interference in the final minutes of the finals matchup that cut her second score by half.
Jaquias was able to overtake Conner Coffin on his second scored wave to win the Open Men's title.
Jacquias now joins his father, Kaipo, on the list of NSSA champions.
Kaipo Jaquias won the 1987 Open Junior title.
"I'm just so happy to have my name up there with my father," Jaquias said. "I wanted to have my name up there with his."
This year's Open Junior title was won by Keala Naihe of Hawaii.
2010 NSSA national champions:
Open Men's Champion: Kaimana Jaquias
Open Women's Champion: Lakey Peterson
Open Junior Champion: Keala Naihe
Open Boy's Champion: Kanoa Igarashi
Open Longboard Champion: Shaun Thompson
Open Mini Grom Champion: John Mel
Explorer Men's Champion: Ezekiel Lau
Explorer Women's Champion: Leila Hurst
Explorer Junior's Champion: Parker Coffin
Explorer Boy's Champion: Taylor Clark
HS Varsity Men's Champion: Ezekiel Lau
HS Varsity Women 's Champion: Kaleigh Gilchrist
HS Varsity Longboard Champion: Jeff Newell
HS JV Men's Champion: Jonah Carter
HS JV Women's Champion: Lani Doherty
HS JV Longboard Champion: Eli Gillis
NSSA Air Show Champion: Sam Orosco
Dwyer surf team places second
The Dwyer Middle School surf team of Huntington Beach took second-place June 19 at the 2010 NSSA National Championships held at Salt Creek in Dana Point. The team, coached by Stacy Wood, Mark Peters and Mark Ortiz, is Konoa Iragashi, Davis Freud, Niley Smith, Mike Peters, George Gleason, Hunter Barrett, Quinten Hegberg, Laine Ortiz, Samantha Cendro, Crystal Dean, Tyler Campisi, Alex Carvalho, Kyle Kowalski, Dane Scott, Christian Seebold and Jake Chubbs.