Over 80 wakeboarders from across the country gathered at Lake of the Ozarks this weekend for the first annual Midwest Coast Summerfest Wakeboard Competition. Six divisions allowed wakeboarders of all skill levels to compete, but the biggest draw was the pro division. 20 competitors from as far away as California and Florida attempted to grab a share of the $10,000 purse. $4,000 went to Adam Wensink of Toledo, Ohio, who took first place in the two-day competition. Mike Schwenne of Santa Cruz, California was second and won $2,000, 15-year old Kyle Alberts of Plattsmouth, Nebraska took third and got $1,000. It was the first national wakeboarding competition ever staged at Lake of the Ozarks. While attendance on Sunday was down, Saturday’s competition drew between 3,000-4,000 spectators according to event organizers.