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."