Conner Coffin carves a wave during the semifinals of the Rincon Brewery Pro competition at the Rincon Classic. Coffin won the pro title for the fifth time. (Fritz Olenberger photo)

Conner Coffin successfully defended his title in the Rincon Brewery Pro championship at the 38th Rincon Classic surf contest on Sunday beating Mike McCabe, younger brother Parker Coffin and Adam Lambert.

It was the fifth pro division title for Conner Coffin, who is entering his fifth season on the World Surfing League’s Championship Tour. He also won in 2019, 2016, 2015 and 2013.

Conner Coffin scored 16.07 points to beat out second-place McCabe, who had 15.60. Parker Coffin tallied 15.50 points and Adam Lambert had 14.33.

In the Wahines U17s, Ventura’s Makena Burke took top honors, beating Santa Barbara’s Vela Mattive. Burke scored 18.77 in the final heat to Mattive’s 14.50. Jessie Engel was third (9.60).

The Women’s 18-over final was a tight competition, with Shaya Alexander’s 11.56 edging out Ashley Fagerstedt (10.87) and Aubrey Faulk Luyendyk (10.66).

Babe Swierkocki beat out Jak Ziets, 18.77-15.77, to take the Juniors U17 title and Trevor Berry came in third with a score of 15.56.

Ziets took the Boys U14 Division with a score of 16.34, Jack Zoltan was second (13.37) and Pitas Higgins came in third (13.03).

In the Boys 12s, Koa Modisette scored a commanding victory with 14.50 points. Fynn Neth (9.60) and Aiden Albada (8.07) were second and third, respectively.

Nic Lamb beat out Jeff Knell to take the Men’s Division title, 15.23-14.40. Vincenzo Leonelli (12:37) was third.

Javi Moreno won a close Masters title, edging out Jason Campbell, 14.94-14.43. Jason Lesh placed third at 13.33.

The Grand Masters was won by Britt Merrick (16.40) over Josh Pomer (12.70) and Bromi Krock (12.23).

Steve Hanson was the winner in the Legends Division with a score of 14.67. Tony DeGroot (1374) was second and James McCintock (7.17) came in third.

Vince Felix won the Longboard title, scoring 18.44 to beat Pan American Games medalist Cole Robbins (17.23) and Clint Unanader (12.47).

Parker Coffin rides through the white water during the semifinals. Parker finished third.

Parker Coffin rides through the white water during the semifinals. Parker finished third. (Fritz Olenberger photo)

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Barry Punzal, Sports Editor

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