A nail-biting regional race between Mesinas and Kevin Schulz came down to the final event of the season before Mesinas was able to claim
Two of the week's standouts earned themselves a spot on the podium as North America crowned two more Regional Champions.
Opening day provided fun conditions as the jitters are out moving into a big Round 2 draw.
A pair of 15-year-olds took over the Domes lineup, but weren't to be outdone by some of the World Longboard Championship contingent.
Domes provided playful conditions for some marquee longboard talents to showcase a glimpse of their potential.
The stage is set for Thursday's action at Domes, Puerto Rico, for a longboard showdown.
November 15 - 18 marks the first North America Longboard Championship event since 2015 and a spot on the World Longboard Tour is on the
The San Clemente, California, native finished the regional year at Soup Bowl with a second Pro Junior win.
Semifinalists are in and all those in the hunt for a Top 4 spot are still competing.
Soup Bowl has shown multiple moods and Friday's conditions proved toughest yet, but the cream rose to the top.
The last women's Live Like Zander Junior Pro Semifinalists are in and the men decimated Soup Bowl's lineup in Round 2 action.
A quick day of running for the women completed their Live Like Zander Junior Pro Quarterfinal draw and finals day is set.
The San Clemente, California, native staked her claim on a World Junior Championship slot with a clutch Quarterfinal win.
The North America Men's Pro Junior race to Worlds resumed, but a few spoilers look to disrupt the tempo.
Both men and women got their taste of prime Soup Bowl offering, not letting it go to waste.
Prime Soup Bowl conditions allowed surfers to fully perform during Round 1.
The Live Like Zander Junior Pro and Thomo QS 1,000 are set and ready with a promising swell on hand at Soup Bowl.
The 19-year-old claimed the inaugural Thomo QS win, making it his second WSL win at Soup Bowl. Can he make it three?
With Tyler Gunter claiming the North America Regional Title early, three more World Junior Championship spots need filling from Barbados.
A big finish to the North America QS season is locked in at one of the world's most renowned breaks.