Trophy Lake Golf and Casting
Port Orchard, Wash.
July 16-19, 2001

Moore Holds Position atop Boys Division with 1-Over-Par 73

PORT ORCHARD, Wash. - Paula Creamer of Pleasanton, Calif., extended her first-round lead by shooting a 3-under-par 69, separating herself from the nearest competitor by 10 strokes for the tournament. First-round Boys Division leader Ryan Moore of Puyallup, Wash., maintained his lead with a 1-over-par 73, bringing his tournament total to a 2-under-par 142.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the third-annual AJGA Compaq Junior Championship at Trophy Lake includes an 84-player field. Of the 84, more than 40 Washingtonians are represented along with eight states and Canada.

Creamer is starting to get used to being the player to beat. The last time she was in this position, she won the 2001 AJGA St. Regis Aspen Junior Classic.

"I've learned that I just need to play the course and take what it gives me," the 14-year-old said. "I'm going to go out tomorrow and hit fairways and make some putts. We'll see what happens."

Creamer, who began the day with a two-stroke lead, got off to a quick start and never looked back. Her 69 is only the second round in the 60's posted in the Girls Division in the history of the tournament. Her round gave her a 2-under-par tournament total of 142.

Stephanie Wei of Bellevue, Wash., and Seiko Onoue of La Habra, Calif., both with tournament totals of 152, round out the Girls Division top three and will be gunning for Creamer when play begins tomorrow.

Moore was disappointed in his second-round score, but knew that good things were still to come. Moore, the 2001 AJGA Thunderbird International Junior Champion, is experienced at being the leader going into the final round of play, so he knows how to finish a tournament strong.

"I'll go out tomorrow and just play a round of golf," Moore said. "I don't ever try to protect a lead. When I do try and protect a lead, that's when I shoot 73's."

Dustin Frontis of Yakima, Wash., is alone in second at 143 followed by Craig Leslie of Spokane, Wash., at 144. Reid Rader of Kenmore, Wash., Jeff Hansen of Indio, Calif., Breene Murphy of Los Alamitos, Calif., Luke Johnson of Federal Way, Wash., and Jake Easterly of Leavenworth, Wash., are all knotted in fourth place with tournament totals of 145.

Final-round action will begin tomorrow with tee times running from 6:30-8:27 a.m. off the No. 1 and 10 tees.

For more information about the AJGA Compaq Junior Championship at Trophy Lake or any other AJGA event, please call tournament headquarters at (360) 874-8337, ext. 114.

PORT ORCHARD, Wash.. -- Second-round results from the AJGA COMPAQ JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP AT TROPHY LAKE conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Trophy Lake Golf and Casting. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,923 Girls: 5,879


Ryan Moore (2001) Puyallup, Wash.* 69-73--142
Dustin Frontis (2002) Yakima, Wash.* 76-67--143
Craig Leslie (2004) Spokane, Wash.* 74-70--144
Reid Rader (2003) Kenmore, Wash.* 73-72--145
Jeff Hansen (2001) Indio, Calif.* 74-71--145
Matthew Shin (2003) Cerritos, Calif.* 72-73--145
Breene Murphy (2001) Los Alamitos, Calif.* 76-69--145
Luke Johnson (2003) Federal Way, Wash.* 72-73--145
Jake Easterly (2002) Leavenworth, Wash.* 73-72--145
Kyle Kent (2002) Portland, Ore.* 73-73--146
Andy Tolman (2003) Poulsbo, Wash.* 74-73--147
Ryan Kohler (2001) San Diego, Calif.* 74-73--147
Kyle Dowden (2003) Somis, Calif.* 75-73--148
Sean Packer (2003) Sumner, Wash.* 72-76--148
Trevor Branon (2002) Los Gatos, Calif.* 73-75--148
Andres Gonzales (2001) Olympia, Wash.* 78-71--149
Mike Zefkeles (2002) Medina, Wash.* 72-77--149
Ryan Anderson (2002) Greeley, Colo.* 75-74--149
Eric Ahn (2003) Tacoma, Wash.* 78-71--149
Brady Sharp (2003) Port Orchard, Wash.* 77-73--150
Mike McCabe (2001) Redmond, Wash.* 74-76--150
Beau Crosetto (2001) Bellevue, Wash.* 75-76--151
Matt Kern (2001) Castro Valley, Calif.* 74-77--151
David Fern (2001) Spokane, Wash.* 75-76--151
Greggory Lavoie (2002) Pasco, Wash.* 75-76--151
Michael Putnam (2001) University Place, Wash.* 75-76--151
John Laws (2002) Edmonds, Wash.* 76-75--151
Ryan Mahoney (2002) Saratoga, Calif.* 78-74--152
Jason Puterbaugh (2002) Carlsbad, Calif.* 77-76--153
Michael Hibbitt (2002) Snohomish, Wash.* 80-73--153
Danny Wendt (2002) Kingman, Ariz.* 77-76--153
John Hausdorf (2002) Keyport, Wash.* 78-76--154
Kevin Wang (2001) Kirkland, Wash.* 75-79--154
T.J. Snyder (2002) East Wenatchee, Wash.* 77-77--154
Mathew Schreiber (2001) Laguna Niguel, Calif.* 79-76--155
Matthew Fladwood (2003) Redmond, Ore.* 74-81--155
Jason Roundtree (2002) Bellevue, Wash.* 79-76--155
Jay Snyder (2002) Vancouver, B.C.* 78-77--155
Christopher Packard (2004) Bremerton, Wash.* 77-78--155
Alex Prugh (2003) Spokane, Wash.* 78-78--156
Joseph Kim (2003) Laguna Niguel, Calif.* 77-79--156
Adam Hengtgen (2002) Seattle, Wash.* 78-78--156
Paul Stojanovich (2001) Portland, Ore.* 78-78--156
Ryan Wright (2002) Brea, Calif.* 83-74--157
Jay Ross (2002) Beaverton, Ore.* 80-77--157
Jordan Williams (2002) Aurora, Colo.* 81-76--157
Cody Upham (2002) Vancouver, Wash.* 81-76--157
Matt McLean (2003) Miami, Fla.* 79-78--157
Brendan Von Doehren (2002) Auburn, Wash.* 81-77--158
Ian Clark (2002) Federal Way, Wash.* 78-80--158
Richard Grove (2002) Danville, Calif.* 84-75--159
Gabe Dorosh (2002) Hayden Lake, Idaho* 82-77--159
Sam Pauley (2002) Everett, Wash.* 81-80--161
Daniel Kim (2004) Cerritos, Calif.* 85-77--162
Brent Peterson (2002) Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.* 89-74--163
Greg McAuley (2001) Surrey, British Columbia* 84-81--165
Derek Allen (2002) Phoenix, Ariz.* 86-79--165
Robbie Turnbull (2002) Hope, Idaho* 79-88--167
Justin Gravatt (2002) Olympia, Wash.* 84-84--168
Ryan Larson (2004) Seattle, Wash.* 88-80--168
P.J. Marcello (2001) Mukilteo, Wash.* 86-85--171
Aaron Sumii (2002) Renton, Wash.* 93-83--176
Johan Willhoite (2001) Palm Desert, Calif * 72-WD


Paula Creamer (2005) Pleasanton, Calif.* 73-69--142
Stephanie Wei (2001) Bellevue, Wash.* 79-73--152
Seiko Onoue (2002) La Habra, Calif.* 75-77--152
Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana (2003) Long Beach, Calif.* 76-77--153
Carlee Hanson (2002) Bremerton, Wash.* 80-75--155
Sarah Bassett (2002) Spokane, Wash.* 79-76--155
Lindsey Bogden (2002) Sammamish, Wash.* 77-79--156
Carling Cho (2002) San Juan Capistrano, Calif.* 77-79--156
Paige Mackenzie (2001) Yakima, Wash.* 75-83--158
Katie Brophy (2002) Spokane, Wash.* 80-78--158
Margaux Brewer (2002) Shelton, Wash.* 82-78--160
Katie Street (2003) Federal Way, Wash.* 80-81--161
Amy Wang (2003) Kirkland, Wash.* 83-78--161
Sung Lee (2002) Tacoma, Wash.* 83-80--163
Sheena Prante (2002) Olympia, Wash.* 84-80--164
Jodi Daley (2001) Kent, Wash.* 84-81--165
Allison Goodman (2005) San Diego, Calif.* 85-80--165
Rie Ganir (2002) Pukalani, Hawaii* 82-93--175
Alix Plaster (2003) Liberty Lake, Wash* 91-88--179
Leslie Brown (2002) Prosser, Wash.* 95-91--186
Meredith Horgan (2002) Edmonds, Wash.* 98-88--186

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