Siblings top in longboard

Siblings Jason, a junior, and Stephanie Schechter, a freshman, both achieved first place overall in the Interscholastic Scholastic Federation’s 2009-10 contest series for San Diego Div. 3 and 4 high schools.

The regular season events consist of five separate meets held during the fall, winter and spring at various beaches in San Diego County. In a family tour de force of surfing prowess, the Schechter siblings consistently placed in the finals for all five events and ended the season with most points overall for longboard.

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