AJGA CHRYSLER JUNIOR CLASSIC QUALIFIER
Pepsi Qualifier Series Presented by ClubCorp
Horseshoe Bay Resort, Slick Rock Course
Horseshoe Bay, Texas
July 9, 2001

BAKER FIRES 69 TO CLAIM MEDALIST HONORS AT HORSESHOE BAY
Blackerby claims medalist honors in Girls Division

HORSESHOE BAY, Texas-Bryan Baker of Whitehouse, Texas, fired a 3-under-par 69 to claim medalist honors in the Boys Division of the AJGA Chrysler Junior Classic Qualifer at the Horseshoe Bay Resort's Slick Rock Course. Camille Blackerby of Breckenridge, Texas, shot an even-par 72 to lead the Girls Division

The 18-hole qualifier, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, included 99 players representing Texas, California, Oklahoma and Switzerland. Twelve spots were on the line in the Boys Division and three spots in the Girls Division for entry into the AJGA Chrysler Junior Classic to be held July 10-12 at Horseshoe Bay Resort's Slick Rock Course.

The 16-year-old Baker carded five birdies on his way to a 34-35--69, including back-to-back birdies on Nos. 3 and 4. Baker stuck a sand wedge within eight feet of the hole and drained the birdie putt on the 394-yard, par-4 fourth hole and then birdied No. 9 to move him to 2-under-par for his round.

"I hit the ball well today and made a lot of putts," Baker said. "I had some confidence coming into today and the birdie on my first hole really helped calm me down."

Also qualifying in the Boys Division were Kevin Newman of League City, Texas, with a 34-36--70, Tom Nied of Duncanville, Texas, Mike Goldwater of Austin, Texas, Rick Szirbik of Kingwood, Texas, and Raymond Cox of San Antonio, Texas, with 71s. Filling the final spots for the boys at even-par 72 were Zachary Reeves of Arlington, Texas, Nathan Pillar of Duncanville, Texas, Hunter Payne of Lubbock, Texas, Matt Burke of Mansfield, Texas, Marc Campbell of Southlake, Texas, and Nathan Virdell of Llano, Texas.

In the Girls Division, Blackerby shot an even-par 72 to take medalist honors and earn entry into the tournament field.

"I hit my short irons well today, which gave me a lot of short putts," Blackerby said. "I qualified here last year, but didn't play well in the tournament. Hopefully things will be different this year."

The 16-year-old birdied Nos. 2 and 7 to get back to even-par after bogeys on Nos. 2 and 6. Blackerby was able to capatalize on her short game and distance herself from the pack on Nos. 14 and 16, hitting a pair of wedges inside of 10 feet and sinking both birdie putts.

Also qualifying in the Girls Division were Mayumi Kobayashi of Santa Monica, Calif., with a 75 and Stephanie Godare of Houston, Texas, with a 76.

First-round action for the AJGA Chrysler Junior Classic begins Tuesday morning at 7:30 a.m. For more information regarding the AJGA Chrysler Junior Classic, please contact tournament headquarters at (830) 598-2561.

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HORSESHOE BAY, Texas -- Qualifier results from the AJGA CHRYSLER JUNIOR CLASSIC conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Horseshoe Bay Resort, Slick Rock Course. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,780 Girls: 6,026


BOYS DIVISION

QUALIFIED
Bryan Baker (2002) Whitehouse, Texas* 34-35--69
Kevin Newman (2002) League City, Texas* 34-36--70
Tom Nied (2001) Duncanville, Texas* 34-37--71
Mike Goldwater (2002) Austin, Texas* 34-37--71
Rick Szirbik (2002) Kingwood, Texas* 35-36--71
Raymond Cox (2001) San Antonio, Texas* 36-35--71
Zachary Reeves (2003) Arlington, Texas* 34-38--72
Nathan Piller (2001) Duncanville, Texas* 37-35--72
Hunter Payne (2002) Lubbock, Texas* 36-36--72
Matt Burke (2002) Mansfield, Texas* 35-37--72
Marc Campbell (2003) Southlake, Texas* 36-36--72
Nathan Virdell (2002) Llano, Texas* 38-34--72

FAILED TO QUALIFY
Steve Mayo Jr. (2003) Austin, Texas* 38-35--73
Brent Pickrell (2005) Austin, Texas* 35-38--73
Kyle Klatzkin (2003) Marble Falls, Texas* 36-37--73
Brett Puterbaugh (2004) Carlsbad, Calif.* 37-36--73
Matt Harkey (2003) Bryan, Texas* 38-35--73
Adam Young (2002) Stephenville, Texas* 35-39--74
Ryan May (2003) Cedar Hill, Texas* 36-38--74
Clay Hodge (2004) Tyler, Texas* 36-38--74
Cain Kohutek (2002) Belton, Texas* 37-37--74
David Dunwoody Jr. (2002) Houston, Texas* 37-37--74
Kevin Dufour (2004) Austin, Texas* 40-35--75
Paul Lei (2002) San Antonio, Texas* 38-37--75
Ben Smock (2003) San Antonio, Texas* 37-38--75
Martin Jimenez (2003) San Antonio, Texas* 38-37--75
Brian Ricketts (2003) Highland Village, Texas* 36-39--75
Jeff Kiecke (2002) Austin, Texas* 36-39--75
Zach Svendsen (2003) Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas* 38-38--76
Jeremy Looney (2002) Hurst, Texas* 37-39--76
Shane Bacon (2002) Marshall, Texas* 37-39--76
Matt Cordell (2003) Spring, Texas* 39-37--76
Raul Lemus (2004) Mission, Texas* 37-39--76
Martin Piller (2004) Duncanville, Texas* 37-39--76
Brad Scarborough (2002) Sugar Land, Texas* 37-39--76
Cole Kuykendall (2001) Sourlake, Texas* 38-38--76
Philip Brabec (2002) Vessy, Switzerland* 39-38--77
Brian Grossman (2002) Mansfield, Texas* 37-40--77
Brennon Thompson (2002) Southlake, Texas* 37-40--77
Eric Williamson (2003) Austin, Texas* 39-38--77
Paul Schaub (2003) Lubbock, Texas* 36-41--77
Allen Lyons (2001) Houston, Texas* 40-37--77
Michael Haddock (2003) San Antonio, Texas* 42-36--78
Arthur Beecherl (2002) Dallas, Texas* 35-43--78
Scott Sikes (2003) Irving, Texas* 39-39--78
Daniel Switser (2003) Plano, Texas* 42-36--78
Creighton Honeck (2003) Austin, Texas* 39-39--78
William Branch (2003) Rockwall, Texas* 37-41--78
Brian Rode (2003) Katy, Texas* 36-42--78
Jimmy Hunter (2002) Plano, Texas* 39-40--79
Robert Henson (2002) Sweetwater, Texas* 35-44--79
Josh Webber (2003) Dallas, Texas* 37-42--79
Terrell Gallman (2003) Austin, Texas* 39-40--79
Christopher Latham (2002) Leander, Texas* 37-42--79
Matt Slataper (2002) Mansfield, Texas* 40-39--79
Ryan Knoll (2002) The Woodlands, Texas* 41-38--79
Austin Franklin (2003) Trophy Club, Texas* 35-44--79
Alex Shin (2003) Arcadia, Calif.* 41-39--80
Gatlyn McDonald (2002) New Braunfels, Texas* 38-42--80
Craig Johnson (2002) Greenville, Texas* 38-43--81
Jeremy Schoonover (2002) Ft. Worth, Texas* 40-41--81
Chad Spruell (2002) San Angelo, Texas* 46-35--81
Matt Foliart (2002) S. Pasadena, Calif.* 41-40--81
Monty Williams (2003) Cleburne, Texas* 41-40--81
Jeff Irwin (2002) San Antonio, Texas* 38-43--81
Hunter McElhaney (2004) Plano, Texas* 44-38--82
Loren Longenecker (2003) Dallas, Texas* 38-44--82
Jondavid Metzger (2003) Norman, Okla.* 41-41--82
Ryan Werner (2002) Dallas, Texas* 39-44--83
Brian Fuller (2002) Farmers Branch, Texas* 43-40--83
Bryan Boyd (2003) Austin, Texas* 41-42--83
Matt Finneran (2003) Granbury, Texas* 37-46--83
Chris Cannon (2002) San Antonio, Texas* 40-43--83
David Ey (2004) Round Rock, Texas* 43-41--84
Brad Kvinta (2002) Yoakum, Texas* 41-43--84
Robert Kreiner (2003) Austin, Texas* 41-43--84
Kyle Nelson (2002) Arlington, Texas* 41-44--85
Zeke Reyna (2004) Weslaco, Texas* 42-44--86
Jonathan Cook (2002) Burleson, Texas* 45-42--87
Zack Damon (2002) Kingwood, Texas* 40-47--87
Derek Dobbs (2002) Irving, Texas* 44-43--87
Ryan Tidwell (2002) Cypress, Texas* 43-46--89
Kelly Cooper (2004) Austin, Texas* 44-50--94
Drew Zadow (2004) Plano, Texas* --WD
Darren Dame (2002) Edmond, Okla.* --DQ (6-3a)


GIRLS DIVISION

QUALIFIED
Camille Blackerby (2003) Breckenridge, Texas* 36-36--72
Mayumi Kobayashi (2004) Santa Monica, Calif.* 38-37--75
Stephanie Godare (2002) Houston, Texas* 38-38--76

FAILED TO QUALIFY
Jennifer Ackerson (2002) Allen, Texas* 38-40--78
Jacquelyn Nemcik (2003) College Station, Texas* 37-41--78
Analia Lemus (2002) Mission, Texas* 36-43--79
Lauren Dodge (2003) Montgomery, Texas* 41-39--80
Cathryn Uselton (2002) Weatherford, Texas* 41-40--81
Michelle Deiasi (2002) San Antonio, Texas* 40-41--81
Lesley Bryan (2002) Lake Jackson, Texas* 42-40--82
Stephanie Schaeffer (2002) New Braunfels, Texas* 43-43--86
Kendel Argo (2006) Dallas, Texas* 43-44--87
Whitney McComis (2002) Bridgeport, Texas* 44-46--90
Ashley Anderson-Toudouze (2004) San Antonio, Texas* 45-47--92
Holly Watts (2006) Killeen, Texas* 60-54--114
Lizann Dernick (2005) The Woodlands, Texas* --WD
Lindsey Seider (2002) Grand Prarie, Texas*--DQ (6-8a)

 
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