San Diego Surf Girls

Top row (L-R): Amy Rodriguez, Mia Savage, Peyton Johnson, Kai Pitt, Madison Simpson, Coach Steveo Leacock, Alanah Ramirez, Paige Buchner, Kayla Inniss; Bottom row (L-R): Kate Dalton, Nora Gauvreau, Soleil Dimry, Taylor Edwards, Bailey Lapidow, Katie Toomey

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