The Links at Heartland Crossing
Camby, Ind.
July 16-19, 2001

Wade lights up course with 3-under-par 69 to retain Girls Division lead

CAMBY, Ind.-Andy Pope of Glen Ellyn, Ill., posted a second-round score of 4-under-par 68 Wednesday to jump into the lead at the AJGA Indiana Junior Classic at The Links at Heartland Crossing. Whitney Wade of Glasgow, Ky., fired a 3-under-par 69 to retain the lead in the Girls Division.

In its second year, the American Junior Golf Association's Indiana Junior Classic features a field of 97 players representing 18 states. The 54-hole event also features three Polo Golf Junior All-Americans and 20 Indiana natives.

"My bunker shots were real good today and I made a couple of clutch up-and-downs," Pope said about his performance today. "If you can play the bunkers on this course, you can shoot pretty low."

The 17-year-old is playing in his fifth AJGA tournament and will be looking for his first career AJGA victory Thursday.

"I'm hoping to post another low round tomorrow," said Pope, whose best AJGA finish was 19th at the 2001 Golfweek Chicago Junior. "I'm probably going to have to take it deep again because the guys out here are scoring low."

Ben Smith of Westlake, Ohio, wrapped up second-round action at 1-over-par 73 to sit in second with a two-day total of 140. The 16-year-old said he was disappointed in his play Wednesday and hopes to put all the pieces together for the final round tomorrow.

"I could have shot lower yesterday and I definitely could have gone lower today," Smith said. "If I keep doing what I am doing, I can definitely get it lower tomorrow."

Kenton Hobbs of West Chester, Ohio, carded a 1-under-par 71 to sit in third with a two-round total of 141. James Sacheck of Zionsville, Ind., and Nathan Piller of Duncanville, Texas, are tied for fourth with tournament totals of 144.

Whitney Wade, the reigning champion from last year's AJGA Indiana Junior Classic, fired a sizzling 3-under-par 69 to post the low round of the day in the Girls Division and retain her lead with a two-day total of 141.

"I was playing very consistent golf today," Wade said. "I was hitting the greens in regulation and keeping it in play."

The honorable mention Polo Golf Junior All-American will look to bring home her third AJGA victory Thursday. The 15-year-old said she plans to continue using her conservative strategy of keeping the ball in the fairway and in play.

"The key to this course is staying out of trouble," Wade said. "If you try to hit fancy shots, you can get into the bunkers. It then becomes very easy to post a high number."

Becky Berzonski of North East, Pa., and U.S. Women's Open qualifier Morgan Pressel of Boca Raton, Fla., are tied for second with two-day totals of 150.

Final-round action gets underway Thursday at The Links at Heartland Crossing with tee-times starting at 7:00 a.m. For more information regarding the AJGA Indiana Junior Classic, contact tournament headquarters at (317) 630-1785.


CAMBY, Ind.--Second-round results from the AJGA INDIANA JUNIOR CLASSIC conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at The Links at Heartland Crossing. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,882 Girls: 6,026


Andy Pope (2002) Glen Ellyn, Ill.* 71-68--139
Ben Smith (2003) Westlake, Ohio* 67-73--140
Kenton Hobbs (2001) West Chester, Ohio* 70-71--141
Nicholas Schenk (2002) Batavia, Ill.* 71-71--142
James Sacheck (2004) Zionsville, Ind.* 72-72--144
Nathan Piller (2001) Duncanville, Texas* 70-74--144
Zac Zedrick (2002) Danville, Ill.* 73-72--145
Kyle Bush (2002) Carmel, Ind.* 70-75--145
Scott Seibert (2002) Chesterfield, Mo.* 75-70--145
Bradley Farmer (2001) Hermitage, Tenn.* 73-72--145
Bobby Bennett (2003) Wilmette, Ill.* 70-76--146
Brett Kaufman (2001) Dubuque, Iowa* 69-77--146
Max Harres (2003) Belleville, Ill.* 70-76--146
Jonathon Schram (2002) Buffalo Grove, Ill.* 74-72--146
Scott Strickland (2001) Bloomfield, Mich.* 72-74--146
Gregory Parker (2003) Chapel Hill, N.C.* 72-74--146
Creighton Page (2001) Louisville, Ky.* 76-72--148
John Baker (2004) Indianapolis, Ind.* 74-74--148
David Noe (2001) Monroe, Mich.* 75-73--148
Aaron Harrell (2002) Bedford, Ind.* 70-78--148
Rob Ockenfuss (2001) Perkasie, Pa.* 73-75--148
Michael Berg (2002) Belden, Miss.* 77-72--149
Bradley Ruch (2003) Louisville, Ky.* 75-74--149
Scott Weber (2002) Lake Forest, Ill.* 74-75--149
Tad Sacheck (2003) Zionsville, Ind.* 71-78--149
Dane Sandridge (2002) Westfield Center, Ohio* 77-73--150
Scott Phegley (2002) Morton, Ill.* 79-71--150
Blake Sattler (2002) New Philadelphia, Ohio* 76-74--150
Ryan Mayberry (2002) Germantown, Tenn.* 76-74--150
Brad Marek (2002) Arlington Heights, Ill.* 75-75--150
Pravin Asokan (2003) Oak Brook, Ill.* 75-76--151
Chris Wilson (2003) Dublin, Ohio* 78-73--151
Christopher Musgjerd (2001) Wilmette, Ill.* 76-77--153
Jeff Parry (2001) Columbia, Md.* 76-77--153
Scott MacDonald (2002) Playa Del Rey, Calif.* 79-74--153
Bob Molina (2001) Skokie, Ill.* 79-74--153
John Locke (2002) Ashland, Ohio* 79-74--153
Wes Homan (2002) Cincinnati, Ohio* 71-83--154
Andrew Deye (2001) Cincinnati, Ohio* 75-79--154
Brendan Jonland (2001) Palatine, Ill.* 74-80--154
Del Thebaud (2002) Severna Park, Md.* 78-77--155
Jon Boguth (2002) Sterling Heights, Mich.* 78-77--155
Kyle Moore (2004) Dublin, Ohio* 76-79--155
Ethan Roush (2002) Decatur, Ill.* 78-77--155
Andrew Turner (2002) Lititz, Pa.* 76-79--155
Norman Olsen (2002) Park Ridge, Ill.* 76-79--155
Shawn Standen (2001) Avon Lake, Ohio* 79-77--156
Nick Petro (2002) Louisville, Ky.* 78-78--156
Thomas Carlson (2005) Sioux Falls, S.D.* 81-75--156
Braxton Weaver (2003) Bloomington, Ill.* 76-81--157
Frank Morris (2001) Peru, Ind.* 79-78--157
Jason Farling (2002) Indianapolis, Ind.* 78-79--157
Kyle Thomas (2001) Avon Lake, Ohio* 82-76--158
Sam Morton (2003) Dayton, Ohio* 77-81--158
Eddie Sandrick (2002) Naperville, Ill.* 77-81--158
Brent Holmes (2002) Glen Carbon, Ill.* 76-82--158
Joe Meglen (2002) Mentor, Ohio* 79-80--159
Mike Hughes (2001) Mooresville, Ind.* 80-79--159
Jordan Tabereaux (2001) Bloomington, Ind.* 80-79--159
Daniel Switser (2003) Plano, Texas* 80-80--160
Jonathan Pauli (2002) St. Johns, Mich.* 76-84--160
Adam Fulton (2003) Kingwood, Texas* 84-77--161
Tyler Riffe (2002) Byron, Ill.* 78-83--161
Benjamin Stranzl (2002) Cherryville, Pa.* 83-78--161
Scott Spranklin (2002) Columbia, Md.* 82-80--162
John Hettinger (2002) Hinsdale, Ill.* 81-82--163
Danny Dorazio (2002) Danville, Calif.* 83-80--163
Jeffrey Pontius (2003) Galloway, Ohio* 80-83--163
Brett Kretchmar (2002) St. Louis, Mo.* 82-82--164
Chris McLaughlin (2002) Northport, N.Y.* 77-87--164
Adam Johnson (2002) Warsaw, Ind.* 80-84--164
David Ford (2002) Oak Harbor, Ohio* 84-81--165
Evan Lamone (2004) Weirton, W.Va.* 79-86--165
Brent Hubert (2001) West Chester, Ohio* 85-80--165
Michael Niegsch (2002) Dublin, Ohio* 85-83--168
Dylan Pelletier-Ross (2002) Chicago, Ill.* 88-83--171
Josh Armstrong (2002) Auburn, Ind.* 93-82--175
Brian L'Esperance (2002) Ann Arbor, Mich.* 99-87--186
Chris Leake (2002) Centerville, Ohio* WD (Illness)


Whitney Wade (2003) Glasgow, Ky.* 72-69--141
Becky Berzonski (2001) North East, Pa.* 79-71--150
Morgan Pressel (2006) Boca Raton, Fla.* 74-76--150
Amber Prange (2003) Noblesville, Ind.* 78-74--152
Kristen White (2001) Doylestown, Pa.* 77-76--153
Mandi McConnell (2003) Grand Blanc, Mich.* 76-78--154
Sally Shonk (2003) Noblesville, Ind.* 75-80--155
Amanda Blumenherst (2005) Fort Wayne, Ind.* 84-78--162
Kimberly Thompson (2002) Indianapolis, Ind.* 79-85--164
Gretchen Zoeller (2002) Floyds Knobs, Ind.* 80-84--164
Whitney Myers (2004) East Berlin, Pa.* 81-83--164
Polly Reddick (2002) Kingsport, Tenn.* 83-87--170
Lissa Putnam (2001) Bloomington, Ind.* 81-89--170
Kristine Cook (2004) Fishers, Ind.* 89-83--172
Mookie Janyasak (2003) Nashville, Tenn.* 90-86--176
Stephanie Turner (2002) Martinsville, Ind.* 92-86--178
Clare Lucey (2002) Winnetka, Ill.* 89-94--183
Laura Hinds (2004) Noblesville, Ind.* 89-95--184

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