AJGA COMPAQ JUNIOR CLASSIC AT THE PINES
Grand View Lodge, The Pines
Nisswa, Minn.
July 9-12, 2001


MILLER SHOOTS 75 TO HANG ON TO LEAD AT THE PINES
Schmucker claims lead in Girls Division

NISSWA, Minn. - Zack Miller of San Rafael, Calif., carded a 3-over-par 75 Wednesday to hold on to his first-round lead at the AJGA Compaq Junior Classic at the Pines. Amy Schmucker of Cold Spring, Minn., fired a 7-over-par 79 to jump into the lead in the Girls Division.

In its fifth year, the American Junior Golf Association's Compaq Junior Classic at The Pines features a total of 84 boys and girls ages 13 to 18. The field in the 54-hole event represents 17 states and Canada, with 40 Minnesotans competing in their home state this week.

The 17-year-old Miller struggled off the tee today, but still managed to drain five birdies en route to a score that would put him at even-par 144 for the tournament.

"I played a little bit too aggressively at times today," Miller said. My driver got me into more trouble than I hoped for. The key to this course is keeping the ball in play, and my game plan tomorrow will include hitting irons off the tee."

Chasing Miller in a three-way tie for second are Kyle Nathan of Winnetka, Ill., and Josh Persons and David Schultz, both of Fargo, N.D. The trio sits at 2-over-par 146. Kenny Palmer of Scottsdale Ariz., and Ryder Frerichs of Edina, Minn., are six strokes back of the lead in a tie for fifth at 6-over-par 150.

In the Girls Division, Amy Schmucker carded her second round of the tournament under 80 to jump out to a 1-stroke lead at 12-over-par 156.

"I was a little disappointed with my round today and I left a lot of shots out there," Schmucker said. "I was really happy with my iron game today though. Tomorrow I just need to hit the fairways and greens in regulation."

One stroke back of Schmucker in second place is Erica Dahl of Fargo, N.D., who tallied a two-day total of 13-over-par 157. Minnesota natives Brittany Willborg of Cologne and Agnes Kim of Woodbury are tied for third at 16-over-par 160.

Final-round action begins Thursday at Grand View Lodge, The Pines with tee-times beginning at 7:30 a.m. For more information on the AJGA Compaq Junior Classic at the Pines, contact tournament headquarters at (218) 963-0001.

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NISSWA, Minn. -- Second-round results from the COMPAQ JUNIOR CLASSIC AT THE PINES conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Grand View Lodge, The Pines. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,766 Girls: 5,756


BOYS DIVISION

Zack Miller (2003) San Rafael, Calif.* 69-75--144
Kyle Nathan (2002) Winnetka, Ill.* 72-74--146
Josh Persons (2002) Fargo, N.D.* 75-71--146
David Schultz (2001) Fargo, N.D.* 73-73--146
Kenny Palmer (2004) Scottsdale, Ariz.* 75-75--150
Ryder Frerichs (2002) Edina, Minn.* 75-75--150
Charlie Ruppert (2002) Minot, N.D.* 74-79--153
Joe Seltz (2001) Alexandria, Minn.* 75-79--154
Shane Sigsbee (2003) McKinney, Texas* 77-77--154
Patrick Herzog (2004) Red Wing, Minn.* 78-77--155
Josh Segal (2003) Eagan, Minn.* 76-79--155
Chris Wilson (2003) Dublin, Ohio* 80-75--155
Casey Welch (2001) Hastings, Minn.* 79-76--155
David Merkow (2003) Hartland, Wis.* 80-75--155
Jason Saxon (2003) Wayzata, Minn.* 77-78--155
Zach Christ (2002) Santa Rosa, Calif.* 79-77--156
Jonathan Hewett (2002) Sioux Falls, S.D.* 77-79--156
Travis Marting (2002) Dubuque, Iowa* 80-76--156
Spencer Hutton (2002) St. Cloud, Minn.* 74-83--157
Judd Cornell (2002) Omaha, Neb.* 77-80--157
Scott Gustafson (2002) Eden Prairie, Minn.* 80-77--157
Lee Schloesser (2003) Rochester, Minn.* 75-83--158
Eric Deutsch (2002) Rochester, Minn.* 83-75--158
David Blue (2003) Edina, Minn.* 79-79--158
Max Harres (2003) Belleville, Ill.* 77-81--158
Derek Pirkl (2001) Stoughton, Wis.* 80-79--159
Tim Lambrecht (2001) Minnetonka, Minn.* 79-80--159
Patrick Hall (2003) Owatonna, Minn.* 84-76--160
Kyle Messmer (2001) Grand Forks, N.D.* 80-81--161
Ralph Baxley (2001) Apple Valley, Minn.* 85-76--161
Michael Tran (2003) Laguna Hills, Calif.* 81-80--161
Mike Calkin (2002) St. Charles, Ill.* 80-82--162
Tyler Docking (2002) Overland Park, Kan.* 81-81--162
Kyle Hougham (2002) Walcott, Iowa* 79-83--162
Michael Baird (2003) Castle Rock, Colo.* 84-78--162
Jason Holm (2001) The Woodlands, Texas* 85-78--163
Kyle Fredrickson (2002) Eagan, Minn.* 84-80--164
Corey Rudd (2002) Baudette, Minn.* 83-81--164
Danny Zimmerman (2004) Verona, Wis.* 84-80--164
Ryan Davis (2002) Overland Park, Kan.* 78-87--165
Eamonn McLoughlin (2002) Amityville, N.Y.* 83-82--165
Jeremy Segal (2003) Eagan, Minn.* 84-81--165
Peter Ross (2002) Ortonville, Minn.* 81-84--165
Andy Link (2002) Rochester, Minn.* 82-84--166
Rodney Hamblin Jr. (2003) St. Paul, Minn.* 86-80--166
Ryan Rody (2003) Wichita, Kan.* 81-85--166
Matt West (2002) Elk River, Minn.* 87-79--166
David Erickson (2002) Edina, Minn.* 80-87--167
Brady Bauer (2003) Lincoln, Neb.* 80-87--167
Mike McStott (2003) Maple Grove, Minn.* 80-87--167
Tony Happ (2002) Victoria, Minn.* 86-81--167
Jon Noreen (2001) Bloomington, Minn.* 81-87--168
Tommy Rymer (2003) Hastings, Minn.* 86-84--170
John Larson (2003) Springfield, Minn.* 81-90--171
Justin Holzapfel (2002) Garretson, S.D.* 88-83--171
Brian Roberts (2001) Eagan, Minn.* 85-87--172
Peder Nyhus (2002) Jamestown, N.D.* 90-82--172
Tom Hegge (2003) Fargo, N.D.* 87-87--174
Todd Larson (2003) Marion, Iowa* 89-85--174
Michael Hardy (2002) Barrington Hills, Ill.* 92-84--176
Steven Riedinger (2001) Bismarck, N.D.* 83-93--176
David Moline (2002) Duluth, Minn.* 88-88--176
Michael Belich (2002) West Allis, Wis.* 89-87--176
Patrick O'Leary (2002) Springfield, Minn.* 95-88--183
Dan Weinbeck (2002) Burlington, Iowa* 86-99--185
Markus Specks (2002) Rochester, Minn.* 93-95--188

GIRLS DIVISION

Amy Schmucker (2002) Cold Spring, Minn.* 77-79--156
Erica Dahl (2002) Fargo, N.D.* 77-80--157
Brittany Willborg (2003) Cologne, Minn.* 81-79--160
Agnes Kim (2001) Woodbury, Minn.* 80-80--160
Ashley Lambert (2003) Bradenton, Fla.* 83-80--163
Jackie Beste (2002) Sauk Centre, Minn.* 82-82--164
Mandi McConnell (2003) Grand Blanc, Mich.* 85-79--164
Stacy Springer (2001) St. Charles, Ill.* 81-84--165
Chrissie McArdle (2003) Eden Prairie, Minn.* 84-81--165
Meaghan Leblanc (2002) Calgary, Alberta* 86-80--166
Jackie Heslop (2002) Pequot Lakes, Minn.* 83-84--167
Meredith Johnson (2001) Fargo, N.D.* 84-84--168
Joy Juskowich (2002) Morgantown, W.Va.* 87-84--171
Samantha Braschler (2002) Red Wing, Minn.* 87-85--172
Dana Moening (2002) Cold Spring, Minn.* 90-84--174
Carissa Werlinger (2003) Naperville, Ill.* 88-86--174
Terra Petsinger (2001) Arvilla, N.D.* 89-86--175
Jennifer Pokrzywinski (2002) Lakeville, Minn.* 96-93--189

 
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