STOCKTON SPORTS COMMISSION JUNIOR OPEN
The Reserve at Spanos Park
Stockton, Calif. • August 2 - 5

Media Score STOCKTON, Calif. -- Second Round results from the Stockton Sports Commission Junior Open conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at The Reserve at Spanos Park.
Boys Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 7037. Rating: 74.1. Slope: 131
Girls Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6241. Rating: 75.3. Slope: 128

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Byron Meth
2011
San Diego, Calif. 68-66--134
T2 Yi Keun Chang
2012
Walnut, Calif. 69-71--140
2 Jonathan Lai
2013
(Hong Kong) Arcadia, Calif. 69-71--140
2 Brendan Connolly
2011
Castle Rock, Colo. 71-69--140
T5 John Davenport
2012
Newport Beach, Calif. 70-71--141
5 Andrew Morgan
2012
Long Beach, Calif. 74-67--141
5 Beau Hossler
2013
Mission Viejo, Calif. 72-69--141
5 Jonathan De Los Reyes
2011
Antioch, Calif. 71-70--141
T9 Shuai Wu
2011
Cherry Valley, Calif. 71-71--142
9 Brian Blanchard
2011
Phoenix, Ariz. 71-71--142
11 Ryann Ree
2012
Redondo Beach, Calif. 68-75--143
T12 Zane Thomas
2012
Las Vegas, Nev. 74-70--144
12 Michael Haeri
2011
Huntington Beach, Calif. 74-70--144
12 Macgregor Hoobery
2011
Santa Maria, Calif. 70-74--144
12 Mark Jensma
2011
Aliso Viejo, Calif. 73-71--144
16 John Louie
2011
Salinas, Calif. 73-72--145
T17 MJ Morin
2011
Bakersfield, Calif. 77-69--146
17 David Oraee
2011
Greeley, Colo. 72-74--146
17 Will Scarlett
2011
Woodland, Calif. 72-74--146
17 Richard Sunghee Jeong
2012
Arcadia, Calif. 73-73--146
T21 Jeremy Choi
2012
Bakersfield, Calif. 69-78--147
21 Brian K. Song
2012
Beverly Hills, Calif. 74-73--147
21 Tanner Hughes
2014
Livermore, Calif. 77-70--147
21 Eric Sugimoto
2011
San Diego, Calif. 75-72--147
21 Kit Carson
2012
Galt, Calif. 75-72--147
21 Drew Bender
2011
Danville, Calif. 72-75--147
21 Sergio Rios
2011
Salinas, Calif. 75-72--147
21 Bruno Azcue
2011
Mexico City, Mexico 75-72--147
21 Jay Burlison
2013
Salinas, Calif. 75-72--147
21 Matthew Ogden
2010
Salinas, Calif. 72-75--147
T31 Thomas Lim
2013
Moorpark, Calif. 75-73--148
31 Raymon Tira
2012
Stockton, Calif. 75-73--148
T33 Jason Semthiti
2011
Los Angeles, Calif. 72-77--149
33 Eric Taylor
2011
San Juan Capistrano, Calif. 80-69--149
T35 Owen Taylor
2011
San Juan Capistrano, Calif. 73-77--150
35 Garrett Cypher
2011
Carlsbad, Calif. 73-77--150
35 Won Je Choi
2013
San Diego, Calif. 74-76--150
35 Brandon Roberts
2012
Clayton, Calif. 76-74--150
35 Shane Wathanasaynee
2012
Cerritos, Calif. 77-73--150
35 Andrew Namkoong
2012
Villa Park, Calif. 75-75--150
35 Joseph Kim
2011
Irvine, Calif. 76-74--150
35 Lawrence Ree
2013
Redondo Beach, Calif. 72-78--150
35 Jonathan Sanders
2012
Chatsworth, Calif. 75-75--150
T44 Mo Bardovi
2011
Monte Nido, Calif. 78-73--151
44 Andong Pan
2011
Rowland Heights, Calif. 73-78--151
T46 Michael Bonicatto
2011
Yorba Linda, Calif. 78-74--152
46 Jason Kuo
2012
Milpitas, Calif. 73-79--152
46 Charlie Benell
2012
Pacific Palisades, Calif. 75-77--152
46 Jonah Texeira
2014
Porter Ranch, Calif. 79-73--152
46 Kyle John
2013
Monterey, Calif. 72-80--152
46 Justin Pagila
2013
Dublin, Calif. 75-77--152
46 Robert Palacios
2012
Chino Hills, Calif. 73-79--152
46 Robin Jang
2011
Los Angeles, Calif. 75-77--152
46 Jack Burlison
2015
Salinas, Calif. 71-81--152
T55 Drew Miller
2012
Thousand Oaks, Calif. 80-73--153
55 Scott Riley
2012
Glenbrook, Nev. 78-75--153
T57 Jonny Hogan
2012
Solvang, Calif. 78-77--155
57 Andrew Cho
2012
La Crescenta, Calif. 81-74--155
57 Ryan Thompson
2012
Danville, Calif. 77-78--155
T60 Andrew Whalen
2012
Ephrata, Wash. 80-76--156
60 Andrew Sirowy
2011
Antioch, Calif. 79-77--156
60 Andre Vu
2013
Fountain Valley, Calif. 76-80--156
63 Jae Kang
2011
Irvine, Calif. 78-79--157
T64 Christian De La Cruz
2014
San Antonio, Texas 76-82--158
64 David Marshall
2013
Sacramento, Calif. 79-79--158
T66 Tommy Economou
2011
Hillsborough, Calif. 82-77--159
66 Scott Hayashi
2011
Kailua, Hawaii 86-73--159
68 Bryce Haynes
2012
San Diego, Calif. 82-78--160
69 Joseph Choi
2011
Bakersfield, Calif. 81-81--162
70 Ralph Abesamis
2011
Stockton, Calif. 84-81--165
T71 Christopher Macasaet
2012
Rancho Murieta, Calif. 81-85--166
71 Daniel Yang
2012
San Diego, Calif. 86-80--166
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Lilia Vu
2015
Fountain Valley, Calif. 71-71--142
T2 Hannah O'Sullivan
2016
Paradise Valley, Ariz. 73-71--144
2 Blair Lewis
2011
La Mesa, Calif. 73-71--144
4 Lauren Diaz-Yi
2013
Thousand Oaks, Calif. 72-73--145
5 Jacqueline Chulya
2013
Bangkok, Thailand 71-75--146
6 Hana Lee
2011
Hacienda Heights, Calif. 77-71--148
T7 Layney Silva
2012
Stockton, Calif. 70-79--149
7 Bonnie Hu
2010
Fremont, Calif. 73-76--149
T9 Jessica Vasilic
2013
Anaheim Hills, Calif. 78-72--150
9 Hannah Suh
2012
San Jose, Calif. 73-77--150
11 Paige Lee
2013
Folsom, Calif. 77-74--151
T12 Amanda Corr
2011
Santa Clarita, Calif. 78-75--153
12 Daniela Ortiz
2011
Morelia Michoacan, Mexico 74-79--153
T14 Andrea Unson
2013
Murrieta, Calif. 76-78--154
14 Jessica Chulya
2010
Bangkok, Thailand 74-80--154
T16 Joyce Kim
2011
Carlsbad, Calif. 76-79--155
16 Christine Lin
2012
Austin, Texas 77-78--155
18 Alexandra Wong
2012
San Francisco, Calif. 74-82--156
T19 Megan Haase
2012
Spokane, Wash. 76-81--157
19 Kendall Dusenberry
2012
Newhall, Calif. 74-83--157
21 Jennifer Yu
2014
Huntington Beach, Calif. 78-80--158
T22 Taylor Bickell
2011
Napa, Calif. 75-84--159
22 Cassidy Stelzmiller
2011
Placerville, Calif. 79-80--159
24 Robynn Ree
2015
Redondo Beach, Calif. 81-80--161
25 Makayla Mier
2011
Santa Maria, Calif. 83-80--163
26 Ana Ruiz
2014
(Mexico) Hilton Head Island, SC, Mexico 82-85--167
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Jane Dong
2010
Fremont, Calif.
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Meth Strings Together Birdies to Take Lead in Second Round at Stockton Sports Commission Junior Open
Vu takes over lead in Girls Division at The Reserve at Spanos Park

STOCKTON, Calif. — Byron Meth of San Diego carded five birdies and an eagle on his way to shooting a 7-under-par 66 in the second round of the Stockton Sports Commission Junior Open, bringing his tournament total to 10-under-par 134. Lilia Vu of Fountain Valley, Calif., moved up one spot, sitting atop of the girls leaderboard at 2-under-par 142.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the Stockton Sports Commission Junior Open is a 54-hole stroke-play event held at The Reserve at Spanos Park. The 99-player field features 72 boys and 27 girls, ages 12-18, from seven states, Mexico and Thailand. The Boys Division is playing the par-72 course from 7,037 yards and the Girls Division is playing from 6,241 yards.

In the Boys Division, Meth credits his low score to his putting and short game, recording only nine putts on the back nine of today's round.

“On No. 11, I hit a 3-wood from 256 yards to just inside 10 feet and was able to make the putt for eagle,” Meth said. “I was also able to make a key par on No. 17, sinking a downhill slider from 12 feet.”

Yi Keun Chang of Diamond Bar, Calif., Jonathan Lai of Arcadia Calif., and Brendan Connolly of Castle Rock, Colo., sit in second place at 4-under-par 140. Jonathan De Los Reyes of Antioch, Calif., Beau Hossler of Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., John Davenport of Newport Beach, Calif., and Andrew Morgan of Long Beach, Calif., share a four-way tie for fifth place at 3-under-par 141.

In the Girls Division, Vu fired a 1-under-par 71 on the day. She hopes to putt well and go low in tomorrow's final round.

“I birdied the first three holes to kick start my round,” Vu said. “The wind picked up on the back nine making it hard to control the ball, but I was able to make a late birdie on No. 16 and finish strong."

Hannah O'Sullivan of Fountain Valley, Calif., and Blair Lewis of La Mesa, Calif., are tied in second place at even-par 144.

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