AJGA TUCKER ANTHONY JUNIOR
Crumpin-Fox Club
Bernardston, Mass.
August 27 - 30, 2001

STEGMAIER FIRES 72 TO JUMP INTO BOYS LEAD AT TUCKER ANTHONY
Janangelo extends Girls Division lead with second-round 74

BERNARDSTON, Mass. - Brett Stegmaier of Madison, Conn., fired his second even-par 72 Wednesday to grab a three-stroke lead in the Boys Division of the AJGA Tucker Anthony Junior. Elizabeth Janangelo of West Hartford, Conn., fired a 2-over 74 in her second round and leads by eight strokes in the Girls Division entering Thursday's final round.

The 54-hole event, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Crumpin-Fox Club, features 84 players representing 20 states and the District of Columbia. All New England states are represented, led by 24 Massachusetts natives.

Stegmaier made three birdies on the day and used some short-game magic to fire his even-par second round. He got up-and-down from the front, left greenside bunker on No. 5 and then capitalized on a 3-foot birdie putt on No. 7 after sticking a wedge from 130 yards.

"I got up-and-down when I needed to today," Stegmaier said. "I missed a lot of putts I could have made, but I drove the ball well. I feel good for tomorrow because I think I have a lower round in me and I know if I hit the ball the same tomorrow I will be in good position."

Stegmaier looks to improve upon a sixth-place finish at the AJGA Greater Greensboro Chrysler Junior earlier this year.

First-round co-leader Kevin Silva of New Bedford, Mass., and Derek Hurwitch of Longmeadow, Mass., are tied for second at 3-over 147. Silva fired a 6-over-par 78 while Hurwitch carded a 3-over 75.

Marco Poccia of Gansevoort, N.Y., sits in fourth at 148 after a second-round 77. First-round co-leader Tony Dibitetto of Rochester, N.Y., and Thomas Feldman of Washington, D.C., are tied for fifth at 149.

In the Girls Division, Janangelo birdied the 13th hole by draining a 5-foot birdie putt after knocking her 8-iron close from 146 yards and sits in position to take her fifth AJGA title of the season. She credits fun in the round as the catalyst for her success.

"I just wanted to go out and have fun this week," Janangelo said. "I've had a great year and didn't think it was possible to come out and be in a position like this again. I'm just going to have fun tomorrow because I always play better when I enjoy myself."

Mary Ellen Grzebien of Saunderstown, R.I., sits in second place at 156 after a second-round 80 and Jeehae Lee of Andover, Mass., is in third at 157 after a second-round 77.

Final-round action begins at 8 a.m. Thursday morning on the No. 1 and 10 tees at the Crumpin-Fox Club. For more information regarding the AJGA Tucker Anthony Junior, please contact tournament headquarters at (413) 648-9101.

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BERNARDSTON, Mass.
-- Second-round results from the AJGA TUCKER ANTHONY JUNIOR conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Crumpin-Fox Club. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,923 Girls: 5,948


BOYS DIVISION

Brett Stegmaier (2002) Madison, Conn.* 72-72--144
Kevin Silva (2002) New Bedford, Mass.* 69-78--147
Derek Hurwitch (2002) Longmeadow, Mass.* 72-75--147
Marco Poccia (2002) Gansevoort, N.Y.* 71-77--148
Tony Dibitetto (2002) Rochester, N.Y.* 69-80--149
Thomas Feldman (2002) Washington, D.C.* 71-78--149
Marc Matalavage (2002) Mechanicsburg, Pa.* 73-77--150
Lucas Tierney (2003) Cummaquid, Mass.* 74-77--151
Andrew Sliwa (2002) Owego, N.Y.* 74-77--151
Dennis Gosier (2002) Gansevoort, N.Y.* 77-77--154
Mark Baldwin (2002) Laconia, N.H.* 80-75--155
Charles Chae (2002) San Jose, Calif.* 76-79--155
Tyler Randol (2002) Lawrence, N.Y.* 78-77--155
Craig Seaman (2002) Hamilton, N.J.* 75-80--155
Bobby Pandolfi (2002) South Yarmouth, Mass.* 79-77--156
Matthew Myers (2002) St. Joseph, Mo.* 76-80--156
Brice Bailey (2002) Memphis, Tenn.* 79-78--157
Stephen Krug (2002) Phoenix, Md.* 79-78--157
Aaron Davis (2004) Palm Desert, Calif.* 76-81--157
Raman Luthra (2002) East Amherst, N.Y.* 81-77--158
Bill Menard (2002) Agawam, Mass.* 80-78--158
Shawn Warren (2003) Windham, Maine* 74-84--158
Joe April (2003) Sewell, N.J.* 76-82--158
Timothy Acquaviva (2002) Andover, Mass.* 77-82--159
Justin Foust (2002) Plano, Texas* 81-78--159
Dave Falcucci (2001) Northboro, Mass.* 80-79--159
Bryan Natale (2002) Woburn, Mass.* 81-78--159
Brian Steeves (2004) Wappingers Falls, N.Y.* 79-81--160
Jimmy Fisher (2002) Cary, N.C.* 82-79--161
Brian Alberico (2003) Andover, Mass.* 77-84--161
Ryan Jordan (2003) Medford, N.J.* 81-80--161
Robert Sutphen (2002) Wakefield, R.I.* 81-80--161
Thomas Eckler (2002) Pittsford, N.Y.* 80-82--162
Nicholas Stevens (2002) Billerici, Mass.* 78-84--162
Steve Alminas (2002) East Longmeadow, Mass.* 75-87--162
Brent Herlihy (2003) Glens Falls, N.Y.* 81-82--163
Eli Pery (2003) Ambler, Pa.* 81-83--164
Brett Levy (2002) Brookline, Mass.* 82-82--164
Andrew Dibitetto (2004) Rochester, N.Y.* 80-84--164
Sean Pollack (2003) Woodcliff Lake, N.J.* 80-84--164
Kyle Bilodeau (2003) Manchester, Conn.* 83-82--165
Michael Kosup (2002) Flemington, N.J.* 82-83--165
Joe Christine (2002) Orefield, Pa.* 81-84--165
Greg Sampson (2002) Warren, R.I.* 86-79--165
Steve Frisch (2002) Northampton, Pa.* 78-87--165
George Zolotas (2004) Peabody, Mass.* 77-88--165
Jesse Larson (2003) Mendon, Vt.* 80-86--166
Christopher Brown (2002) Manchester, Mass.* 81-85--166
Charles Kerecz (2002) Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.* 81-85--166
Aaron Ungvarsky (2002) Wilmington, Mass.* 80-87--167
Brendan Quillinan (2001) Troy, N.Y.* 82-85--167
Andy Girard (2003) Winchendon, Mass.* 84-84--168
Matthew Burroughs (2002) Manchester, N.H.* 84-84--168
Jeremy Schoonover (2002) Fort Worth, Texas* 86-83--169
Hunter Kenihan (2003) Irvine, Calif.* 83-86--169
Mike Coppolino (2002) Acton, Mass.* 90-80--170
Michael Stiller (2002) Cambridge, Mass.* 85-86--171
Chris Hervochon (2002) Sewell, N.J.* 85-88--173
Ben Hollerbach (2003) Tulsa, Okla.* 89-85--174
Kris Shepherd (2001) Evans, Ga.* 87-87--174
Andrew Van Leesten (2002) Los Angeles, Calif.* 86-89--175
Doug Lesko (2002) Flemington, N.J.* 90-87--177
Corey Lomas (2003) Old Lyme, Conn.* 90-87--177
Scott Johnson (2002) West Newton, Mass.* 88-90--178
Mark Leonard (2002) Pittsford, N.Y.* 92-101--193
Michael Moir (2002) Bradenton, Fla.* 77-WD (Injury)
Michael Aarts (2002) Pound Ridge, N.Y.* 85-WD (Illness)
Bradshaw Santoro (2002) Plymouth, Mass.* 89-WD (Illness)
Brendon Ray (2002) Norfolk, Mass.* WD (Illness)

GIRLS DIVISION

Elizabeth Janangelo (2002) West Hartford, Conn.* 74-74--148
Mary Ellen Grzebien (2001) Saunderstown, R.I.* 76-80--156
Jeehae Lee (2002) Andover, Mass.* 80-77--157
Anna Grzebien (2003) Saunderstown, R.I.* 79-79--158
Ally Caffrey (2004) Rumford, R.I.* 80-80--160
Whitney Wolejko (2004) Hatfield, Mass.* 80-82--162
Haley Gildea (2002) East Greenwich, R.I.* 83-80--163
Christy Larrimore (2002) Severna Park, Md.* 81-83--164
Kristin Murphy (2002) Branford, Conn.* 86-78--164
Sarah O'Neill (2002) Potomac, Md.* 82-86--168
Tiffany Rogers (2002) Walnut, Calif.* 80-90--170
Chelsea Curtis (2005) New Seabury, Mass.* 84-89--173
Jackie Desmond (2003) Palos Park, Ill.* 86-90--176
Tiffany Wernig (2001) Akron, Ohio* 89-90--179
Caitlin Sullivan (2003) Medfield, Mass.* 91-89--180

 
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