The Homestead Resort, Lower Cascades Course
Hot Springs, Virginia
July 30-August 2, 2001


HOT SPRINGS, Va.-- Blaine Peffley of Lebanon, Pa., shot a 4-under-par 68 en route to a commanding lead after two rounds at the AJGA ClubCorp Junior Players Championship. Peffley's total of 5-under-par 139 leads three players by five shots. In the Girls Division, Whitney Myers of East Berlin, Pa., carded a 74 to take the lead with a 6-over-par 150.

The ClubCorp Junior Players Championship, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at The Homestead Resort, Lower Cascades Course, features 120 players from 20 states, Washington, D.C., and Canada. Included in the field are 20 players from Virginia.

Peffley carded nines of 34-34, including six birdies, for an impressive second round at the tradition-rich Homestead Resort.

"I played a solid round," the 16-year-old said. "I hit 14 greens and hit my irons near the hole to set myself up for birdie throughout the day."

Peffley's rounds of 71 and 68 has given him confidence entering the final round.

"If I'm going to make any mistakes tomorrow it will be for birdie so I can settle for par," Peffley said. "I am going to put myself in position to stay in the lead and win the tournament."

The logjam after round one continued with six players within six strokes of the leader. Blake Sattler of New Philadelphia, Ohio, Chris Irwin of Laconia, N.H., and Brett Lange of Atlanta, Ga., are tied for second at even-par 144. All three players shot rounds of even-par 72 on both days. Garrett Pike of Sterling, Va., Brant Stovall of Lawsonville, N.C., and Thomas Hagler IV of Riggold, Ga., are in fifth place at 3-over-par 145.

In the Girls Division, Myers carded nines of 38-36 with two birdies en route to her 2-over-par 74 round.

"My short game especially my chipping helped my round today," said the 15-year-old. "Everything else was very inconsistent which could hurt me going into the final round."

Myers, who is playing in her fifth AJGA event, is excited to play in the final pairing tomorrow.

"I'm not going to place any pressure on myself," Myers said. "I am going to play my best and if I don't win; life goes on."

Chasing Myers is Katie Miller of Jeannette, Pa., with a two-day total of 154. Five strokes behind Myers is a three-way tie for third place between Erica Battle of Columbia, S.C., Blair Lamb of Flat Rock, N.C., and Carling Cho of San Juan Capistrano, Calif.

The AJGA ClubCorp Junior Players Championship will conclude with tomorrow's final round. Tee times are at 7:30 a.m.-1:21 p.m. at The Homestead Resort, Lower Cascades Course. For more information, please contact AJGA headquarters at (540) 839-7565.


HOT SPRINGS, VA. -- Second-round results from the AJGA CLUBCORP JUNIOR PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at The Homestead Resort, Lower Cascades Course. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,622 Girls: 5,930


Blaine Peffley (2002) Lebanon, Pa.* 71-68--139
Blake Sattler (2002) New Philadelphia, Ohio* 72-72--144
Chris Irwin (2002) Laconia, N.H.* 72-72--144
Brett Lange (2004) Atlanta, Ga.* 72-72--144
Garrett Pike (2003) Sterling, Va.* 72-73--145
Brant Stovall (2002) Lawsonville, N.C.* 74-71--145
Thomas Hagler IV (2002) Ringgold, Ga.* 71-74--145
David Dankmyer (2002) Gibsonia, Pa.* 73-73--146
Daniel Tomlin (2002) Mechanicsville, Va.* 74-73--147
Jared Jones (2003) Kenova, W.Va.* 73-74--147
Mark Blakefield (2001) Maysville, Ky.* 72-75--147
Brian Fairbank (2003) McLean, Va.* 77-71--148
Chris Breed (2003) Waynesboro, Pa.* 78-70--148
Colton Turnquist (2002) Austin, Texas* 74-74--148
Bryan Beymer (2002) Huntington, W.Va.* 71-77--148
Victor Galvani (2001) Framingham, Mass.* 73-75--148
Patrick Hummel (2002) Virginia Beach, Va.* 75-73--148
Bennett Smith (2002) Pittsburgh, Pa.* 71-77--148
Chris Halkowitz (2002) Johnson City, Tenn.* 75-73--148
Matt Smith (2002) Meadowview, Va.* 74-75--149
Dennis Gosier (2002) Ganesevoort, N.Y.* 74-75--149
Hunter Bendall (2003) Richmond, Va.* 77-72--149
Chris McCartin (2004) Arlington, Va.* 73-77--150
Drew Bowen (2002) Monroe, Ga.* 78-72--150
Dan Walters (2002) Landisville, Pa.* 71-79--150
David Box (2003) Charlotte, N.C.* 76-75--151
Brian Carroll (2002) Crystal Lake, Ill.* 77-74--151
Sutton Barbrey (2001) Raleigh, N.C.* 72-79--151
Colin Biles (2003) Upper Arlington, Ohio* 74-77--151
John Saari (2003) Lilburn, Ga.* 77-75--152
Ryan Holler (2004) Morehead City, N.C.* 78-74--152
Ryan Knoll (2002) The Woodlands, Texas* 75-77--152
Marc Matalavage (2002) Mechanicsburg, Pa.* 75-77--152
Brice Bailey (2002) Memphis, Tenn.* 76-76--152
Barry Londeree (2001) Staunton, Va.* 74-78--152
Sean Seese (2002) Huntingdon Valley, Pa.* 77-76--153
Chris Baloga (2001) Baltimore, Md.* 76-77--153
Matt Burke (2002) Mansfield, Texas* 77-76--153
Tripp Reynolds (2002) Shelby, N.C.* 76-77--153
Brian Kim (2002) Louisville, Ky.* 75-78--153
Tyler Riffe (2002) Byron, Ill.* 76-78--154
Drew Whitten (2001) Hurricane, W.Va.* 78-76--154
Justin Fender (2002) New Richmond, Ohio* 76-78--154
John-Tyler Griffin (2006) Wilson, N.C.* 76-78--154
Matt McLaughlin (2003) Raleigh, N.C.* 76-78--154
Jonathan Johasky (2002) Lower Burrell, Pa.* 74-81--155
Frank Hedderich (2002) Waynesboro, Va.* 78-77--155
Mark Wilson (2002) Burlington, N.C.* 80-75--155
David St. Clair (2002) Waban, Mass.* 79-76--155
Blake Bartholomew (2003) Ft. Myers, Fla.* 81-74--155
Michael Stiller (2002) Cambridge, Mass.* 78-77--155
Ryan Jeun (2001) Laurel, Md.* 78-77--155
Zack Amole (2002) Denver, Pa.* 77-78--155
J.D. Bass (2003) Fairview, N.C.* 77-78--155
Steve Ross (2002) Huntington, W.Va.* 79-77--156
Wesley Williams (2003) Franklin, Tenn.* 80-76--156
Steve Burke (2003) Keswick, Va.* 74-82--156
Jack Parrott (2003) Roanoke, Va.* 78-79--157
Chad Fultz (2004) Staunton, Va. * 78-79--157
Alex Knoll (2003) Bethlehem, Pa.* 80-77--157
Landon Lee (2002) Montgomery, Texas* 80-78--158
Gerard Duffy, Jr. (2002) Charlotte, N.C.* 79-79--158
Matt Brantingham (2003) Richmond, Va.* 83-75--158
Danny Winokur (2002) Springlake, N.J.* 79-80--159
Brett Levy (2002) Brookline, Mass.* 81-78--159
Ian Schneider (2002) Charlotte, N.C.* 79-80--159
Barr Blanton (2002) Louisville, Ky.* 75-85--160
Raymond Beckman (2002) Winston-Salem, N.C.* 80-80--160
Bo McGinnis (2001) Ironton, Ohio* 82-78--160
Andrew Brant (2002) Fairfax Station, Va.* 80-80--160
Tyler Witman (2003) Rehoboth, Del.* 80-81--161
Skip Clasper (2003) North Potomac, Md.* 82-80--162
Joe Ronevich (2003) Wintersville, Ohio* 75-87--162
Bradley Clark (2002) Germantown, Tenn.* 84-78--162
Todd Czepiel (2002) Boonville, N.Y.* 80-82--162
Russell Peltonen (2002) Thunder Bay, Ontario* 86-77--163
John Coleman (2002) Midlothian, Va.* 83-80--163
Dan Hogan (2002) Centreville, Va.* 83-80--163
Jon Orchin (2002) Washington, D.C.* 86-78--164
Jason Shin (2001) Bethesda, Md.* 87-78--165
Austin Burcham (2002) Proctorville, Ohio* 85-80--165
Shane Behmer (2002) Lancaster, Pa.* 77-88--165
Clay Creekmore (2003) Roanoke, Va.* 86-80--166
Jordan Brown (2002) St. Charles, Mo.* 85-81--166
Brian Scott (2003) Crofton, Md.* 82-86--168
Austin Hill (2003) Dallas, Texas* 83-85--168
Andy Brown (2002) Ironton, Ohio* 83-85--168
Alan May (2002) Salem, Va.* 85-86--171
Chace Crawford (2003) Plano, Texas* 83-88--171
B.K. Kennedy (2002) Charlotte, N.C.* 86-86--172
Mike Difabbio (2003) Steubenville, Ohio* 87-88--175
Ryan Tidwell (2002) Cypress, Texas* 88-88--176
Will Dickey (2003) Charlottesville, Va.* 88-92--180
David Litt (2002) Bethesda, Md.* -- 92-90--182
Nicholas Tipton (2002) Beaverdam, Va. * WD (injury)
Jason Robertson (2001) Virginia Beach, Va.* 81-DQ (Rule 6-3a)


Whitney Myers (2004) East Berlin, Pa.* 76-74--150
Katie Miller (2003) Jeannette, Pa.* 78-76--154
Erica Battle (2002) Columbia, S.C.* 76-79--155
Blair Lamb (2005) Flat Rock, N.C.* 76-79--155
Carling Cho (2002) San Juan Capistrano, Calif.* 81-74--155
Robin McCarley (2001) Johnson City, Tenn.* 81-80--161
Jenna Winokur (2004) Springlake, N.J.* 85-77--162
Romi Irons (2001) Dublin, Ohio* 82-81--163
Sarah O'Neill (2002) Potomac, Md.* 81-82--163
Laura Evans (2002) Dalton, Ga.* 81-82--163
Holly Cantwell (2003) Morristown, Tenn.* 83-80--163
Megan Miller (2002) Murrells Inlet, S.C.* 85-79--164
Kaylan Barbrey (2004) Raleigh, N.C.* 86-79--165
Brittany Adams (2002) Huntington, W.Va.* 83-84--167
Shannon Boyle (2003) Cary, N.C.* 82-85--167
Joy Juskowich (2002) Morgantown, W.Va.* 85-83--168
Katie Trachok (2004) Upper St. Claire, Pa.* 85-84--169
Lindsay Robinson (2003) Huntington, W.Va.* 85-86--171
Natascha Lorenz (2001) North Miami Beach, Fla.* 86-85--171
Polly Reddick (2002) Kingsport, Tenn.* 86-86--172
Jennifer Ackerson (2002) Allen, Texas* 86-93--179
Meredith Roberts (2001) Purcellville, Va.* 89-91--180
Kelly MacWhinnie (2003) Pittsburgh, Pa.* 97-88--185
Shawna McIntyre (2002) Houston, Texas* 98-91--189

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