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Andrew Doheny takes out Oakley Pro Junior

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 12 May, 2010 : - - Andrew Doheny clinched the Oakley Pro Junior, his first ASP Pro Junior victory, over a stacked final field including reigning ASP North America Pro Junior Series Champion Nat Young (Santa Cruz, CA), 18, Dylan Goodale (Kauai, HI), 19, and Tyler Newton (Kauai, HI), 19, with an impressive 17.10 out of 20 heat total after moving through an elite early round field including current ASP Dream Tour surfer Jadson Andre (BRA), 20, and reigning ASP World Junior Champion Maxime Huscenot (REU), 19.

"I don't even know what to say, this doesn't feel real," Doheny said. "I hope it's not a dream. This was the hardest draw because there were so many good international guys competing. It's been an awesome event and it's been inspiring to see all of the top pros like Andy (Irons) surfing."
The impressive victory posted by Doheny catapults the young Newport Beach native to second overall on the ASP North America Pro Junior Series, increasing his chances towards qualification for this year's ASP World Junior Tour.

"Hopefully this puts me in good position for the rest of the year," Doheny said. "I really want to qualify for the World Junior Tour, so hopefully it's on. I'm going to try my best."

Oakley Pro Junior Final Results:
1 - Andrew Doheny (USA) 17.10
2 - Nat Young (USA) 15.40
3 - Dylan Goodale (HAW) 14.17
4 - Tyler Newton (HAW) 13.60


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