surf-thanksgiving

Pictured (from left) 1st row: Jace Wasserman, Kai Walsh, Tejas Gupta, Leo Pereda, Mikey Sherlock,  Anthony Cruz.  Second Row: Coach Graves, Cristian Haymes, Michael Morse, Reid Hershey, Nate Witte, Isaac Franklin, Paul Cluskey.

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