Pelican Lakes Golf & Country Club
Windsor, Colo.
July 31-Aug. 3, 2001

Stoltz holds on to Boys Division lead with a 74

WINDSOR, Colo. - Leah Whiting of Hilo, Hawaii, overcame a two-stroke penalty to card a second-round 72 and take over the top spot in the Girls Division. Drew Stoltz of Ft. Collins, Colo., maintained his lead in the Boys Division by shooting a 74.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the AJGA Marsico Funds Colorado Junior Roundup features 99 players representing 17 states. Included in this week's field of 13-18 year-old players are 36 Coloradoans.

Whiting fought off a late to the tee penalty and a bout with illness, to shoot an even-par 72.

"I just told myself that I couldn't shoot anything over par," said Whiting of the early penalty. "I played real well today. I putted a lot better than I did yesterday and I'm starting to feel a lot better."

Whiting, who is playing in her first-ever AJGA tournament, is looking forward to the prospects of playing in the final Girls Division group on Friday.

"This is pretty exciting for my first event," said Whiting, whose senior year of high school is being put on hold until Monday as she competes in the tournament. "I'm just going to try and hit it to the middle of the greens and stay out of trouble."

Joining Whiting and her 150 tournament total atop the Girls' leaderboard are Alyssa Otero of Santa Fe, N.M., at 151 and Julie Kim of Rancho Palace Verde, Calif., and Ashley Forbes of La Quinta, Calif., at 152.

In the Boys Division, Stoltz got off to a slow start with a bogey on No. 1 and a double bogey on No. 4, but turned things around with birdies on Nos. 5 and 7.

"My front nine was really up and down," said Stoltz, whose tournament total of 142 gives him a two-stroke lead heading into Friday's final round. "I knew someone would shoot something low today and after the bogeys I knew I needed to get some birdies to get back around par. The birdies got me back on track and gave me a boost heading into the back nine.

"I'm going to try and play smart tomorrow, but not passive. I'm just going to try and keep it at par or better because I think it will be hard for someone to take it deep on the last day."

Among those who will be chasing Stoltz are four players at 144. Included in that group are Matthew Slovitt of Winnetka, Ill., Michael Baird of Castle Rock, Colo., Woogene Lee of Fountain Valley, Calif., and Marty Melcher of Redlands, Calif.

Final-round action begins Friday with tee times running from 7-11:27 a.m. off of the No. 1 tee.

For more information about the AJGA Marsico Funds Colorado Junior Roundup, contact our tournament headquarters at (970) 674-0930.

WINDSOR, Colo. -- Second-round results from the AJGA MARSICO FUNDS COLORADO JUNIOR ROUNDUP conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Pelican Lakes Golf & Country Club. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 7,092 Girls: 5,856


Drew Stoltz (2002) Ft. Collins, Colo.* 68-74--142
Matthew Slovitt (2002) Winnetka, Ill.* 70-74--144
Michael Baird (2003) Castle Rock, Colo.* 75-69--144
Woogene Lee (2003) Fountain Valley, Calif.* 73-71--144
Marty Melcher (2003) Redlands, Calif.* 74-70--144
Derek O'Neill (2002) Littleton, Colo.* 78-67--145
Christian Akau (2002) Waipahu, Hawaii* 73-73--146
Sean Meier (2002) Palm Desert, Calif.* 74-72--146
Christian Whittaker (2002) Pleasanton, Calif.* 73-73--146
Daniel Lim (2005) Cupertino, Calif.* 71-75--146
Bryan Nelson (2002) Placerville, Calif.* 74-72--146
Derek Tolan (2004) Highlands Ranch, Colo.* 75-72--147
Aaron Weston (2002) Lone Tree, Colo.* 74-73--147
Ford Halbardier (2002) Spring, Texas* 70-77--147
Matthew Gutowski (2001) Superior, Colo.* 69-78--147
Taylor McNeely (2004) Duncanville, Texas* 76-72--148
Matt Bortis (2003) Parker, Colo.* 80-68--148
Brian Thornburg (2001) Albuquerque, N.M.* 74-75--149
Logan O'Reilly (2003) Windsor, Colo.* 77-72--149
Martin Piller (2004) Duncanville, Texas* 74-75--149
Darren Schwartz (2003) Westlake Village, Calif.* 79-70--149
John Scott (2003) Englewood, Colo.* 71-78--149
Tyler Mathews (2002) Phoenix, Ariz.* 73-76--149
Collin Lee (2003) Santa Barbara, Calif.* 74-75--149
Kyle Forbes (2003) La Quinta, Calif.* 76-73--149
Joshua Bargfrede (2001) Rochester, Minn.* 73-77--150
Calder Hendrickson (2003) Superior, Colo.* 77-73--150
Scott Jannarone (2003) Colleyville, Texas* 74-76--150
Alex Coe (2002) Danville, Calif.* 74-76--150
Brandon Graspointer (2002) Turlock, Calif.* 78-73--151
Taylor Hobin (2003) Antioch, Calif.* 73-78--151
Brandon Dornseif (2002) Littleton, Colo.* 75-76--151
Bobby Nyberg (2003) El Dorado Hills, Calif.* 79-73--152
Ben Carlstead (2001) Flossmoor, Ill.* 73-79--152
Aaron Goldberg (2003) Encinitas, Calif.* 71-81--152
Charles Soule (2002) Longmont, Colo.* 78-75--153
Derek Osterman (2002) Okmulgee, Okla.* 78-75--153
Garrett Lipus (2002) Trabuco Canyon, Calif.* 79-74--153
Matthew Espinosa (2002) Dallas, Texas* 78-76--154
Jason Sigler (2001) Ft. Leavenworth, Kan.* 80-74--154
Dustin Mills (2001) Arvada, Colo.* 75-79--154
Thomas Oh (2001) Englewood, Colo.* 74-80--154
Niel King (2002) Gillette, Wyo.* 72-83--155
Cory Johnson (2002) Loveland, Colo.* 79-76--155
Robby Stratton (2002) Glendale, Ariz.* 79-76--155
Ryan Davis (2002) Overland Park, Kan.* 78-77--155
Trevor Branon (2002) Los Gatos, Calif.* 75-80--155
Westy Rose (2002) Palo Alto, Calif.* 75-80--155
Christopher Garehime (2003) Englewood, Colo.* 76-79--155
Nathan Hall (2003) Atherton, Calif.* 72-83--155
Ryan Beachler (2002) Omaha, Neb.* 81-75--156
John Cardinal (2003) Lubbock, Texas* 80-76--156
Patrick Baxter (2002) Cherry Hills Village, Colo.* 76-80--156
Jimmy Brown (2003) Colorado Springs, Colo.* 76-80--156
Ryoong Lim (2003) Pleasanton, Calif.* 75-81--156
Ryan Anderson (2002) Greeley, Colo.* 79-78--157
Kenneth Ebalo (2001) Las Vegas, Nev.* 77-80--157
Jason Kramer (2002) Englewood, Colo.* 75-82--157
John Sjoberg (2001) Thief River Falls, Minn.* 80-78--158
Casey Nielsen (2002) Las Vegas, Nev.* 79-79--158
Devon Child (2002) Snowmass, Colo.* 80-79--159
Woodrow Gustafson (2001) Boise, Idaho* 79-80--159
Alex Shin (2003) Arcadia, Calif.* 78-82--160
Conor Bancroft (2003) Englewood, Colo.* 81-79--160
Lance Vasquez (2002) Ft. Worth, Texas* 78-83--161
Adam Sieg (2002) Hot Springs, S.D.* 79-82--161
Nathan Piller (2001) Duncanville, Texas* 81-81--162
Yuta Motoyama (2002) Littleton, Colo.* 78-84--162
Zack Damon (2002) Kingwood, Texas* 81-82--163
Walt Koelbel (2004) Englewood, Colo.* 86-78--164
Brian Petri (2002) Westminster, Colo.* 81-83--164
Justin Setser (2002) Eldon, Mo.* 82-83--165
Jeff Steckmest (2002) Pacific Palisades, Calif.* 88-79--167
Scott Brozena (2002) Littleton, Colo.* 84-86--170
Cody Glidden (2002) Manhattan, Kan.* 86--(WD)


Leah Whiting (2002) Hilo, Hawaii* 78-72--150
Alyssa Otero (2003) Santa Fe, N.M.* 76-75--151
Julie Kim (2002) Rancho Palace Verde, Calif.* 79-73--152
Ashley Forbes (2002) La Quinta, Calif.* 75-77--152
Aimee Tjelmeland (2002) Ft. Collins, Colo.* 78-78--156
Courtney Mahon (2002) Topeka, Kan.* 76-80--156
Jill Phillips (2002) Auburn, Wash.* 76-81--157
Mayumi Kobayashi (2004) Santa Monica, Calif.* 74-83--157
Margaret Garehime (2001) Englewood, Colo.* 77-80--157
Julie Park (2002) Diamond Bar, Calif.* 77-83--160
Katy Heffel (2003) Mesa, Ariz.* 80-80--160
Kelly Jacques (2004) Longmont, Colo.* 80-81--161
Ashley Prust (2003) Englewood, Colo.* 79-82--161
Tiffany Woods (2002) Escondido, Calif.* 79-85--164
Carlee Hanson (2002) Bremerton, Wash.* 80-86--166
Jessica Ellis (2003) Littleton, Colo.* 85-81--166
Lindsay Hullwick (2001) Littleton, Colo.* 82-84--166
Leah Johnson (2001) Loveland, Colo.* 85-82--167
Kylee King (2001) Morrison, Colo.* 82-87--169
Ayeesha Kosugi (2001) Arcadia, Calif.* 82-87--169
Reana Yun (2002) Glendale, Calif.* 83-86--169
Kristin Smith (2002) Moorpark, Calif.* 83-88--171
Megan Byrne (2002) Westminster, Colo.* 88-89--177
Angela Sumner (2002) Monument, Colo.* 95-97--192

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