English Turn Golf & Country Club
New Orleans, La.
July 24-27, 2001

Wooster and Jones co-leaders in Girls Division

NEW ORLEANS - Kevin Larsen of Santa Barbara, Calif., fired a second-round 66 to take the Boys Division lead at the 24th annual Compaq Junior Classic at English Turn. Sara Jones of Valencia, Calif., and Alexis Wooster of Winnekta, Ill., share the Girls Division lead entering Friday's final round.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association for the 13th year on English Turn Golf & Country Club's par-72 layout, the field includes 86 players representing 19 states and Germany. Past participants include Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Justin Leonard, David Duval, and Grace Park.

Thursday's play was marred by almost a five-hour weather delay as English Turn's course was flooded by a heavy downpour.

Larsen enters Friday's final round of the 54-hole event with a four-shot lead over Robert Stone of Dallas and first-round leader Nathan Smith of Soquel, Calif. Larsen's round of 66 included seven birdies versus only one bogey.

"It was pretty much a mistake-free round," said Larsen, who carded a first-round 70 for a total of 136. "The only bogey I had was a three-putt, so that is a good indication of how I played."

For Friday, Larsen said his game plan was simple.

"I want to keep the same mind-set and not worry about the water," he said. "That won't be easy to do, considering every hole out here has some type of water hazzard."

Smith shot 75 on the day for a two-day total of 140. He was penalized two strokes for taking a stroke before play officially resumed after the weather delay. Stone stayed in the hunt with an even-par round of 72 for a two-day total of 140.

Rounding out the top five are Tulane signee Chris Wheeler of Allen, Texas, at 141, and Chris Elliott of Plano, Texas, at 145.

In the Girls Division, Jones continued her mastery of the front nine, shooting a 33-39-72 on the day for a two-day total of 147. For the tournament, she is 8-under-par on the front nine.

"The rain delay helped settle me down," said Jones, who started the day on the 10th tee. "I can't explain why I've played so well on the front nine. I've taken advantage of strong iron shots by making the putts."

Wooster's totals of 71-76-147 was good enough for a first-place tie with Jones.

"I lost my concentration after the delay today," Wooster said. "Sara was playing so well and I was just trying to keep up. It should be an interesting final round."

Rounding out the top three is Alexis Rather of Tupelo, Miss., at 149.

The final round of the Compaq Junior Classic at English Turn begins Friday at 7:30 a.m. For more information, please feel free to contact the AJGA tournament headquarters at (504) 391-8182.

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NEW ORLEANS -- Second-round results from the AJGA COMPAQ JUNIOR CLASSIC AT ENGLISH TURN conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at English Turn Golf & Country Club. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,909 Girls: 5,877.


Kevin Larsen (2003) Santa Barbara, Calif.* 70-66--136
Robert Stone (2002) Dallas, Texas* 68-72--140
Nathan Smith (2002) Soquel, Calif.* 65-75--140
Chris Wheeler (2001) Allen, Texas* 72-69--141
Chris Elliott (2002) Plano, Texas* 76-69--145
Tarik Can (2004) New York, N.Y.* 73-73--146
Michael Birtel (2004) New Orleans, La.* 73-73--146
Randy Lowry (2005) Spring, Texas* 75-72--147
Jeremy Frye (2003) Palestine, Texas* 77-70--147
Cody Chance (2002) Lumberton, Texas* 77-70--147
Jeff Osborn (2001) Glendale, Calif.* 71-77--148
Chad Bailey (2003) Shreveport, La.* 78-71--149
Danny Dennis (2002) Collierville, Tenn.* 77-72--149
Tully Coyle (2003) Charlotte, N.C.* 74-75--149
Jason Woyak (2003) Pace, Fla.* 73-76--149
Chase Thomas (2002) Dallas, Texas* 74-76--150
Mark Ogren (2003) Daphne, Ala.* 73-77--150
David Pollet (2002) Baton Rouge, La.* 79-71--150
Andrew Ahlering (2003) St. Louis, Mo.* 76-74--150
Scott Seibert (2002) Chesterfield, Mo.* 75-76--151
Jeffrey Neimeyer (2002) Georgetown, Texas* 77-74--151
Sean Hardy (2002) Metairie, La.* 78-73--151
Kyle McCotter (2003) Shreveport, La.* 81-70--151
Mark Sullivan (2001) Plano, Texas* 76-75--151
Michael Berg (2002) Belden, Miss.* 79-72--151
Brent Evans (2002) Chandler, Okla.* 81-70--151
Ryan Henry (2003) Broken Arrow, Okla.* 74-77--151
David Harris (2002) Munich, Germany* 77-75--152
Marshall Bettoney (2002) Bryant, Ark.* 77-75--152
Beck Troutman (2004) Fernwood, Miss.* 77-75--152
Jarrod Gardner (2001) Austin, Texas* 76-76--152
Preston Smith (2003) Monroe, La.* 76-76--152
Brent Struthers (2004) Baton Rouge, La.* 78-74--152
Will Dottley (2003) Greenville, Miss.* 74-79--153
Craig Trahan (2001) Marrero, La.* 75-78--153
Matthew Shoemaker (2002) Petal, Miss.* 76-78--154
Frank Briseno (2001) River Ridge, La.* 74-80--154
Brett Marler (2002) Mobile, Ala.* 80-74--154
Drew Laning (2001) Little Rock, Ark.* 79-75--154
Travis Braden (2002) Magnolia, Texas* 74-80--154
Blake Trimble (2002) Houston, Texas* 77-78--155
Tim Connors (2001) Rye, N.Y.* 76-79--155
Drew Reynolds (2002) Lee's Summit, Mo.* 79-77--156
Harold Villere (2001) New Orleans, La.* 79-77--156
Brandon Wilson (2002) Mandeville, La.* 77-79--156
Blake Mozley (2001) Horton, Ala.* 80-76--156
Andrew Crowe (2002) Murrieta, Calif.* 79-78--157
Austin Bowen (2004) Hattiesburg, Miss.* 81-76--157
Brock McDowell (2002) League City, Texas* 80-78--158
Brian Foret (2001) Harahan, La.* 80-78--158
Derek Busby (2002) Tallulah, La.* 81-77--158
Carter Lawnin (2003) Kingwood, Texas* 85-73--158
Nat Bhanthumachinda (2003) Harvey, La.* 79-79--158
Eric Anderson (2003) Plano, Texas* 79-79--158
Shea Magee (2002) Petal, Miss.* 79-79--158
Alan Burnett (2002) Charlotte, N.C.* 78-80--158
Jason Cook (2004) Windermere, Fla.* 77-81--158
Joel Myrick (2002) Hattiesburg, Miss.* 81-77--158
Chris Myers (2002) Gulf Breeze, Fla.* 84-74--158
Nick Eckerd (2002) Owasso, Okla.* 81-78--159
Robbie Abt (2002) Cullman, Ala.* 82-78--160
Michael Nicoletti (2002) Dos Palos, Calif.* 85-75--160
Josh Goldman (2002) New Orleans, La.* 79-81--160
Daniel Lee (2002) Huntington Beach, Calif.* 80-81--161
Cameron Crow (2004) Houma, La.* 79-82--161
Ryan Werner (2002) Dallas, Texas* 79-82--161
Evan O'Donnell (2002) Palestine, Texas* 87-74--161
Stewart Young (2003) Ridgeland, Miss.* 82-83--165
Jonathan Levenson (2001) Metairie, La.* 80-86--166
Colby Odom (2002) St. Stephens, Ala.* 87-84--171
John LeBlanc (2001) Baton Rouge, La.* 101-87--188


Sara Jones (2002) Valencia, Calif.* 75-72--147
Alexis Wooster (2001) Winnetka, Ill.* 71-76--147
Alexis Rather (2003) Tupelo, Miss.* 72-77--149
Amy Middleton (2003) Citronelle, Ala.* 75-76--151
Jennifer Pandolfi (2004) Navarre, Fla.* 78-74--152
Beth Irwin (2001) Germantown, Tenn.* 75-77--152
Maggie Simons (2003) Raleigh, N.C.* 74-79--153
Ashley Knoll (2003) The Woodlands, Texas* 79-74--153
Stacy Brown (2003) The Woodlands, Texas* 78-76--154
Laura Clemmons (2002) Mayfield, Ky.* 74-82--156
Lauren Brown (2003) Phoenix, Ariz.* 76-81--157
Sarah O'Neill (2002) Potomac, Md.* 79-79--158
Jill Phillips (2002) Auburn, Wash.* 78-80--158
Katherine Jones (2004) Jackson, Miss.* 80-80--160
Casey Rotella (2001) Keswick, Va.* 94-88--182

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