OUR NEXT EVENTS

30jul7:30 am- 3:00 pmJuly 2017 Junior OTL TournamentOTL Tournament for kids ages 5 and up

13aug7:30 am- 3:00 pm2017 World Championship Junior OTL TournamentOTL Tournament for kids ages 5 and up

16sep7:00 am- 4:00 pm2017 OMSurf Classic Longboard Surf ContestClassic longboard surf contest held at Crystal Pier, Pacific Beach. Benefiting San Diego Junior Lifeguards.

2017 World Championship Over The Line Tournament Results

Mens’ Divisions
MENS OPEN
1ST Valley Farm Market Michael Ham Taylor Earle Justin Hargrove
2ND Green Flash Trevore “Tron” Humphrey David Cabrales Jeff “Goose” Gohsler
3RD Ricardo Cabeza Derik Jans Scott Carpenter Pete Malloy
4TH Sanjo Ryno Derek Young Gary Romano Troy Cruz
5TH Tilted Kilt Danny Watson Marc Sherman Jeremy Ives
6TH Tiewraps.com Scott Bello Steve Shea Jeff Albritton
7TH Lococo Pool & Spa Johnny Lococo Drew Voight Eric Barlow
8TH Thorn Street Brewery Kyle Portlock Richard Johnson Daniel “DDD” Dinkins
CENTURY
1ST Accurate Concrete Moisture Testing Jason Firsich Anthony Lococo Devin High
2ND Open Bar Mike McAlister Brian Bazzell Lance Laxson
3RD Global Conservation Kevin Cote Greg Grace Dennis Navarro
4TH Matte Grey Travis Johnson Jimmy “Lil’ Zeke” Zambarelli Warren Trott
5TH X-Men Jimmy Christopher Alan Chance Mike Desjardins
6TH Cockstar Racing-Phuck Pete Trevor Swank Mike Miller Jeremy Larp
CANARDLY
1ST Hill Kid/Beachcomber Steve “Tino” Tarantino Tom Dobyns Eric Miller
2ND John’s Auto OMG Jeff Briggs Stan Sutton Gary Jacoby
3RD LOMW/Brennan’s Shane “South” West Jeff Floodberg Dave Maier
4TH Beachcomber John Portlock Rusty Pool Jimmy Watson
5TH 4th Avenue Gym Michael Atondo Stefan Vega Thomas Bugenhagen
6TH LOMW/Chiropractic Mike Fillat Jeff “Boog” Johnson Mark Warren
CANNEVER
1ST Sunkist John Holbrook Al Herald Greg Gordon
2ND Westside Falconry Dave Cherry Mark Hughey Dennis Christensen
3RD Mac Electric Mike Lemon John Navarro Dale Jarrett
4TH OB Noodle House Jim Ledford Lionel Silva Rick “Ranger” Smith
CADAVER
1ST Dark Horse Shawn Nepo Jon “Chico” Esguerra Paul Contreras
2ND Miner Glass Idaho Steve Miner Billy Bright Duane Bazzell
3RD Brennan’s Dave Brennan Drew Barker Scott Ruby
CAMUMMY
1ST Pennant Al Hamilton Carl Taylor Tom Whelan
2ND Los Viejos Butch Higgins Rob Quarry Jim Pearson
3RD Slippery When Wet Barry McKinley Jerry Wilson Ron Hanson
Womens’ Divisions
WOMENS OPEN
1ST Valley Farm Market Whitney Benjamin Kelsey McGowan Savannah Johnson
2ND Tiewraps.com Jenny Mays Beth Albritton Alyssa Dronenburg
3RD Shea Construction Lauren Segars Amie Bowers Lisa Franklin
4TH Strategic Misses Kim Romano Melanie Hall Taryn Thomas
5TH Stank Face Killahz Kelly Park Rachel Failla Nicole Rivera
6TH Sanjo Dewey Fleet Kim Kaye Desi Fisher
CAMILF
1ST Hayes Bolt-Screw It Deb Finlon Stephanie Olow Rachel Hunter
2ND LOMW Lisa McGowan Janet Engelman Ashley Hackbart Manriquez
3RD Eat Me At The Tin Fish Debbie Loviza Tera Longest  Tina Prato-Nevil
4TH Team P.T.I. Mary Pat Hall Chris Vineyard Sue Murray
CANEASY
1ST Never Goin’ Down Janet Carroll Diana Curley Sharon "Shay" Mahoney
2ND Back At It Kit Goldman Joann Vermillion Tammy Egleston

OMBAC HISTORY

OMBAC’s official beginning was 1954, but its roots sprouted years before. From friendships of the late 30s, 40s and early 50s, the spirit and attitude of OMBAC evolved in Old Mission Beach. The common denominator was a strong desire for having fun!

The Old Mission Beach Rats sponsored volleyball tournaments that soon needed better organization to compete for playing dates with Los Angeles beaches. So, in 1954, the Old Mission Beach Athletic Club was born. The original membership was less than twenty and the annual dues were the same for over forty years.

OMBAC sponsored volleyball events, coached youth flag football, had its first Coming Out Party and Over-The-Line Tournament. All was good until 1958 when the Old Mission parking lot closed, the lifeguard station moved, and members had no central meeting place. The Club drifted apart until a new location was established in South Mission.

In 1964, the Club reorganized and a new vitality and determination was kindled. The Over-The-Line Tournament had survived because of a few die-hards.

Presently, OMBAC is a San Diego, California based 501(c)(4) not-for-profit organization with 440 members. OMBAC continues to enjoy the respect and admiration of the community. Focused on serving amateur sports and youth athletics OMBAC enjoys unmatched leadership. If not for the dedication of its members and the unselfish gift of their time, OMBAC would no longer exist.

WE NEVER HAVE ANY FUN!

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