Second Round - Stroke Play

Palm and Magnolia
Golf Course

Walt Disney World Resort, Palm and Magnolia Courses
Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
November 19-24, 2001

Aree Song Wongluekiet gets top girls' seed following second-round 67

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - James Vargas of Miami tied the AJGA boys 18-hole scoring record Wednesday with a 9-under-par 63 to pace the match play qualifiers in the Boys Division of the Polo Golf Junior Classic. Aree Song Wongluekiet of Bradenton, Fla., fired a 67 in the Girls Division to head into match play as the girls' top seed.
The 24th annual Polo Golf Junior Classic, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association on Walt Disney World Resort's Palm and Magnolia Courses, began with 170 players from 29 states and seven foreign countries. Thirty-two players in each division advanced to match play after surviving the 36-hole cut. Former champions of the event include Tiger Woods, Beth Bauer, Stewart Cink and Grace Park.
Vargas captured medalist honors in the Boys Division by a wide six-stroke margin. He posted the low tournament round on both days, including his record-tying 63 Wednesday on the Palm Course.
"It was a perfect round of golf," the 17-year-old senior said. "I played really, really well today. I drove it perfectly, hit my irons close to the hole and made putts."
This is the third time this year Vargas has grabbed medalist honors at a match play event. He topped all qualifiers at the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship and the U.S. Junior Amateur earlier in 2001. Vargas, though, won just one match in those two events and knows the slate is wiped clean.
"I have to forget about what I've done the last two days because it doesn't really matter," the University of Florida signee said. "The tournament really starts tomorrow."
A pair of Texans grabbed the next two seeds as Jeff Bell (69-66-135) of Plano and Ryan Posey (67-70-137) of Dallas earned seeds two and three, respectively. Rounding out the top four seeds is Matt Every (70-67-137) of Daytona Beach, Fla.
In the Girls Division, Wongluekiet carded five birdies to jump to the top of the leaderboard with a 67 on the Magnolia Course. The three-time, first-team Polo Golf Junior All-American stayed aggressive, even though she knew she had a match play spot locked up.
"When I know I'm playing well I just try to keep hitting them at the pins," the 15-year-old said. "Today I was hitting my approach shots closer and I holed some long putts coming in."
Wongluekiet has tasted match play success before - she won the U.S. Girls Junior Championship two years ago - but she has plenty of talented company. The last two champions of the Polo Golf Junior Classic also advanced to match play. Defending champion Elizabeth Janangelo of West Hartford, Conn., is the 10th seed, while Aree's twin sister, Naree, is seeded fourth.
Brittany Lincicome (68-73-141) of Pinellas Park, Fla., is seeded second while Cindy Shin (70-71-141) of Coppell, Texas, earned the third seed.
First-round match play action gets under way Thursday at 7:30 a.m. on the first and 10th tees of both the Palm and Magnolia Courses. Play moves solely to the Magnolia Course when the second round begins Thursday afternoon.
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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - Stroke play results from the AJGA POLO GOLF JUNIOR CLASSIC conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Walt Disney World Resort, Magnolia and Palm Courses. Magnolia Course, Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys 7,009; Girls 6,081. Palm Course, Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys 6,884; Girls: 6,021.


Qualified for Match Play
James Vargas (2002) Miami, Fla.* 66-63--129
Jeff Bell (2002) Plano, Texas* 69-66--135
Ryan Posey (2002) Dallas, Texas* 67-70--137
Matt Every (2002) Daytona Beach, Fla.* 70-67--137
Shaun Goodwin (2001) Spring, Texas* 70-68--138
Jessie Mudd (2003) Louisville, Ky.* 69-70--139
Pansing Singhaseni (2002) Beverly Hills, Calif.* 70-70--140
Anthony Kim (2003) La Quinta, Calif.* 72-68--140
Tyler Leon (2003) Dallas, Texas* 70-70--140
Colby Beckstrom (2002) North Muskegon, Mich.* 70-70--140
Lenny Park (2002) Rowland Heights, Calif.* 67-73--140
Niklas Lemke (2003) Linkoping, Sweden* 71-70--141
Spencer Levin (2002) Elk Grove, Calif.* 72-69--141
Daniel Kush (2002) Tustin, Calif.* 68-74--142
Daniel Im (2004) La Mirada, Calif.* 72-70--142
Miguel Ordonez (2002) Bradenton, Fla.* 70-72--142
Ryan Sypniewski (2003) Radford, Va.* 70-72--142
Jonathan Moore (2004) Portland, Ore.* 73-69--142
Matthew Rosenfeld (2002) Plano, Texas* 71-71--142
Luke List (2003) Ringgold, Ga.* 73-69--142
Webb Simpson (2004) Raleigh, N.C.* 75-68--143
Jace Strandberg (2003) Greensboro, N.C.* 76-67--143
Robert Stone (2002) Dallas, Texas* 72-71--143
Kyle Metzler (2002) Rancho Murieta, Calif.* 72-71--143
Patrick Ericson (2002) Langley, British Columbia* 74-70--144
Taylor Hall (2004) LaGrange, Ga.* 70-74--144
Brandon Destefano (2003) Bryan, Texas* 75-70--145
Joseph Sykora (2003) Daphne, Ala.* 76-69--145
Henry Liaw (2003) Rowland Heights, Calif.* 73-72--145
Grigory Bondarenko (2001) Moscow, Russia* 73-72--145
#Tyler Ley (2002) Santa Barbara, Calif.* 74-72--146
#Blaine Peffley (2002) Lebanon, Pa.* 75-71--146

Failed to Qualify
Nathan Smith (2002) Soquel, Calif.* 72-74--146
Evan O'Donnell (2002) Palestine, Texas* 74-72--146
Jonathan Taruc (2003) Las Vegas, Nev.* 75-71--146
Hector Diaz-Ceballos (2003) Bradenton, Fla.* 74-72--146
Will Armstrong (2002) Austin, Texas* 72-74--146
Ryan Blaum (2002) Coral Gables, Fla.* 72-74--146
Benjamin Spitz (2002) Norwell, Mass.* 73-73--146
Mike Rim (2002) Lakewood, Calif.* 75-71--146
Will Dodson (2002) Tulsa, Okla.* 74-72--146
Kevin Kisner (2002) Aiken, S.C.* 73-74--147
Michael Unger (2002) Edmond, Okla.* 74-73--147
Zack Miller (2003) San Rafael, Calif.* 72-75--147
Trey Todd (2003) Abilene, Texas* 73-74--147
Alex Wilson (2002) Coral Gables, Fla.* 76-71--147
Chanin Puntawong (2006) Bradenton, Fla.* 71-76--147
Jeremy Alcorn (2003) Brownwood, Texas* 72-75--147
Brodie Flanders (2001) Vancouver, B.C.* 71-76--147
Kellen Altman (2002) Myrtle Beach, S.C.* 77-70--147
Phillip Telliard (2003) Riverside, Calif.* 77-70-147
Sean Szerencsits (2002) Coplay, Pa.* 73-74--147
Kevin Larsen (2003) Santa Barbara, Calif.* 73-74--147
Roberto Castro (2003) Alpharetta, Ga.* 77-70--147
Kevin Silva (2002) New Bedford, Mass.* 74-74--148
Matthew Richardson, Middlesex, England* 74-74--148
Neno Boonyaplanun (2003) Irvine, Calif.* 79-69--148
Ryan Keeney (2002) Redmond, Wash.* 74-74--148
Joel Kraner (2002) Dublin, Ohio* 78-70--148
Shane Sigsbee (2003) McKinney, Texas* 74-74--148
Mike Calkin (2002) St. Charles, Ill.* 74-75--149
Andrew Dresser (2002) Carrollton, Texas* 72-77--149
Joshua Wooding (2003) Riverside, Calif.* 77-72-149
Ben Goforth (2003) Shelby, N.C.* 77-72--149
James Dickey (2003) Pembroke Pines, Fla.* 79-70--149
Chris Kirk (2003) Woodstock, Ga.* 75-74--149
Marco Poccia (2002) Saratoga Springs, N.Y.* 75-74--149
Cale Barr (2003) Versailles, Ky.* 80-69--149
Chris Myers (2002) Gulf Breeze, Fla.* 75-75--150
Butler Melnyk (2001) Jacksonville, Fla.* 76-74--150
Joseph Kim (2003) Laguna Niguel, Calif.* 74-76--150
Joe Shirley (2003) Marietta, Ga.* 74-76--150
Brad Tilley (2002) Chappaqua, N.Y.* 75-75--150
Jason Louth (2002) Victoria, Texas* 74-76--150
Dan Gabel (2002) Poughkeepsie, N.Y.* 76-75--151
Erik Olson (2002) Renton, Wash.* 75-76--151
Joe Green (2002) Jacksonville, Fla.* 78-73--151
Pete Pennington (2002) Granbury, Texas* 73-78--151
Brian Edick (2002) Valencia, Calif.* 74-77--151
Brendon Todd (2003) Cary, N.C.* 76-75--151
Brian Fitzpatrick (2001) Harrison, N.Y.* 73-78--151
Tarik Can (2004) New York, N.Y.* 76-76--152
Scott MacDonald (2002) Playa Del Rey, Calif.* 76-76--152
Anthony Keenan, Lancashire, England* 74-78--152
Ted Smith (2002) Westlake, Ohio* 78-74--152
Blake Moore (2002) Monrovia, Calif.* 74-79--153
Andrew Parr (2002) London, Ontario* 76-77--153
Zack Amole (2002) Denver, Pa.* 78-75--153
Derek Smith (2003) Elk City, Okla.* 72-82--154
Jim Renner (2002) Plainville, Mass.* 79-75--154
Ryan Anderson (2002) Greeley, Colo.* 78-78--156
Craig Trahan (2001) Marrero, La.* 77-79--156
Jason Woyak (2003) Pace, Fla.* 79-78--157
Mitch Carlson (2002) Las Vegas, Nev.* 79-78--157
Zack Reeves (2003) Arlington, Texas* 79-78--157
Andy Pope (2002) Glen Ellyn, Ill.* 81-77--158
Max Harres (2003) Belleville, Ill.* 80-78--158
Cody Chance (2002) Lumberton, Texas* 76-83--159
Marty Melcher (2003) Redlands, Calif.* 80-82--162
Robert Svensson (2002) Mjolby, Sweden* 82-81--163
Randy Lowry (2005) Spring, Texas* 78-WD
Chris Elliott (2002) Plano, Texas* 78-WD

# Qualified via Playoff


Qualified for Match Play
Aree Song Wongluekiet (2003) Bradenton, Fla.* 71-67--138
Brittany Lincicome (2004) Pinellas Park, Fla.* 68-73--141
Cindy Shin (2003) Coppell, Texas* 70-71--141
Naree Song Wongluekiet (2003) Bradenton, Fla.* 69-73--142
Christina Kim (2002) San Jose, Calif.* 68-75--143
Irene Cho (2002) La Habra, Calif.* 71-73--144
Anna Grzebien (2003) Narragansett, R.I.* 72-72--144
Whitney Welch (2002) Las Vegas, Nev.* 72-73--145
Mallory Code (2003) Tampa, Fla.* 71-74--145
Elizabeth Janangelo (2002) West Hartford, Conn.* 73-72--145
Mallory Hetzel (2005) Summerville, S.C.* 70-75--145
Violeta Retamoza (2002) Aguascalientes, Mexico* 70-76--146
Kelly Froelich (2003) Wesley Chapel, Fla.* 72-74--146
Aimee Cho (2002) Orlando, Fla.* 73-73--146
Sunny Oh (2002) Torrance, Calif.* 70-77--147
Paula Creamer (2005) Pleasanton, Calif.* 73-74--147
Morgan Pressel (2006) Boca Raton, Fla.* 75-72--147
Nicole Hage (2003) Coral Springs, Fla.* 76-71--147
Allison Martin (2003) Bakersfield, Calif.* 72-76--148
Christine Fernandez (2002) Henderson, Nev.* 71-77--148
Brittany Lang (2003) McKinney, Texas* 70-78--148
Whitney Wade (2003) Glasgow, Ky.* 75-74--149
Elena Kurokawa (2002) Redondo Beach, Calif.* 70-79--149
Dana Je (2003) Orlando, Fla.* 74-75--149
Therese Nilsson (2005) Vellinge, Sweden* 79-70--149
Jackie Beers (2002) Midlothian, Va.* 77-72--149
Jennifer Pandolfi (2004) Navarre, Fla.* 77-73--150
Jane Lee (2004) Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.* 76-74--150
Louise Stahle (2004) Lund, Sweden* 77-73--150
Kelly Husted (2002) Sarasota, Fla.* 74-77--151
Erin Andrews (2002) Las Vegas, Nev.* 78-73--151
Ashley Knoll (2003) The Woodlands, Texas* 75-76--151

Failed to Qualify
Taylor Leon (2005) Dallas, Texas* 78-74--152
Hannah Jun (2003) San Diego, Calif.* 75-77-152
Seema Sadekar (2003) Bradenton, Fla.* 76-76--152
Alejandra Diaz (2003) Mexico City, Mexico* 74-78--152
Lauren Todd (2003) Phoenix, Ariz.* 75-78--153
Connor Atkinson (2002) Charleston, S.C.* 75-78--153
Chris Brady (2003) Apex, N.C.* 77-76--153
Jessica Castle (2003) Plantation, Fla.* 79-74--153
Kristen Svicarovich (2003) Hillsboro, Ore.* 75-78--153
Alissa Kuczka (2002) Phoenix, Ariz.* 76-78--154
Erica Battle (2002) Columbia, S.C.* 73-81--154
Beth Marushak (2002) Northampton, Pa.* 76-78--154
Alexis Rather (2003) Tupelo, Miss.* 76-78--154
Amanda Mathis (2003) Picayune, Miss.* 76-79--155
Alyssa Otero (2003) Santa Fe, N.M.* 78-77--155
Lorraine Ballerano (2002) Myrtle Beach, S.C.* 75-80--155
Alice Kim (2003) Los Angeles, Calif.* 77-79--156
Devan Andersen (2002) Guadalajara, Mexico* 78-79--157
Courtney Mahon (2002) Topeka, Kan.* 74-83--157
Courtney Jones (2002) Lake Quivira, Kan.* 77-80--157
Stephanie Lue (2002) Houston, Texas* 75-83--158
Amy Schmucker (2002) Cold Spring, Minn.* 78-80--158
Ouliana Rotmistrova (2001) Moscow, Russia* 80-78--158
Jenny Suh (2003) Fairfax, Va.* 80-79--159
Whitney Myers (2004) East Berlin, Pa.* 81-78--159
Emma Stachowicz (2002) Pacific Palisades, Calif.* 79-81--160
Jennie Lee (2005) Huntington Beach, Calif.* 81-80--161
Amber Prange (2003) Noblesville, Ind.* 77-84--161
Kristina Rothengatter, Ruesselsheim, Germany* 75-86--161
Ali Kicklighter (2002) Deland, Fla.* 85-77--162
Sarah O'Neill (2002) Potomac, Md.* 83-80--163
Seiko Onoue (2002) La Habra, Calif.* 80-84--164
Sukjin Lee (2005) Toms River, N.J.* 83-84--167
Laura Caniff (2004) Russell, Ky.* 84-85--169

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