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Santa Cruz resident Shaun Burns won the pro-am division of the Totally Crustaceous Surf Tour’s Greatwhite contest at Steamer Lane in Santa Cruz on Saturday.

Burns, who secured a $1,000 check for his victory, was followed by Tyler Morrish in second place, Willie Eagleton in third, Jonah Carter in fourth, Logan Banks in fifth and Peter Mueller in sixth.

With the 1,000 points he earned with his win Saturday, Burns sits in 19th place in the Crustaceous standings, with two remaining contests in other California conferences this month. Saturday marked the third and final Greatwhite contest of the season.

The championships are scheduled for May 9-11 at 54th st Newport Beach. The top 25 ranked in California qualify to compete against those from other states.

In other divisions Saturday, Shelby Detmers won the girls, Richie Schmidt won the juniors, Jake Marshall won the groms and Sebastian Mendes won the squids.

Banks took home the “Electric Volt Thrower” award, which comes with $100, for most awesome move of the contest. Adam Bartlett garnered the “Watermelon Sportsmanship Award.”

Results in this report are from the Volcom results page. For photos, visit Santa Cruz Waves’ gallery.

Santa Cruz natives John Mel and Nic H’dez finished third overall in their respective divisions after Surfing America’s Prime West Coast finale at Camp Pendleton on April 28-29.

To conclude the 2011-2012 season, Mel finished second in the boys 14U final heat, placing third in the overall standings of the 14U division with 10,388 points through six events. The Newport Beach resident was also 13th in the 16U division with 6,976 points.

Griffin Colapinto won the 14U overall standings with 11,625 points, and Jake Marshall was second with 10,463.

H’dez, meanwhile, placed second in the final heat of the 16U contest behind contest and overall champ Kanoa Igarashi. H’dez finished the season with 9,601 points for third place overall, Igarashi won with 10,125, and Jake Davis was second overall with 9,976.

In other divisions, Taylor Clark won the 18U with 10,500 points, and Kulia Doherty won both the girls 18U and the 16U with 11,625 points and 11,625 points, respectively. She tied and shared the title of the 16U division with Frankie Harrer.

Standings, points and results from this report are from Surfing America.

— Christina Gullickson, on Twitter @CGullTweets

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