On June 24th MB Boats of Arizona and the Board Shack brought AWA riders the fourth stop in the 2006 Rider Series. Two loaded B52’s were used to propel riders in every division to amazing heights. A B52V with 1600 pounds of stock ballast gave the grom, women, and novice division riders a great, large, well formed wake. The B52 V23 with 2500 pounds of stock ballast provided a slightly larger, yet equally amazing wake for the wakeskate, intermediate, advanced and Outlaw division riders.

No Fear was on hand to keep riders hydrated on another scorching Arizona day. Two barrels stocked with water and energy drinks helped riders beat the 108 degree heat. The Board Shack ensured that AWA riders would be well outfitted for the rest of the season. Gift certificates for $80 worth of No Fear clothing from the Board Shack were presented to each division winner. 2nd place finishers lucked out with $50 worth of gift certificates from the Board Shack for No Fear clothing. While 3rd place finishers went home with a great new beach towel from DVS. Congratulations to our top 3 finishers for each division!


1st Chris Martin
2nd Matt Bolley
3rd Jordan Maus


1st Eric Stoppa
2nd Cole Crippen
3rd Newton Sander


1st Chad Martin
2nd Colby Bauer
3rd Matt Lane


1st Cody Garrett
2nd Hunter Queior
3rd Kevin Cutaia

Grom Rider – Amyran Garrett
1st Brett Morari
2nd Tanner Klingaman


1st Andrew Jellum
2nd Ira Cornelius
3rd Lee Bowen


1st Christine Cameron
2nd Wendi Socha
3rd Brittany Schroeder

Grom Rider – Eric Stoppa


The AWA would like to congratulate all of our riders who participated in the Wake Games at Lake Elsinore, CA: Nick Wittl, PA Molumby, Larry Taylor, Trever Marquette, Joe Shipka, CK Rogers, and especially Chris Jones who won his division (Men’s 1)!!! We would also like to congratulate our Canyon Lake Wakeboard Club friends who represented in awesome fashion!

July 22nd – Mastercraft of Arizona and the Valley Ride shop will host the 5th stop of the AWA Rider’s Series. Keep your eyes open for more information on this exciting event.