Quail Ranch Golf Club
Moreno Valley, California
May 29-June 1, 2001

Martin Moves Into First Place in Girls Division

MORENO VALLEY, Calif. - Jonathan Moore of Portland, Ore., fired an even-par round of 72 Thursday and sits in first place of the Boys Division at the AJGA Ashworth Junior Classic at Quail Ranch. Allison Martin of Bakersfield, Calif., moved into first place in the Girls Division with a second-round score of 71; she is 1-over-par for the tournament.

The 54-hole tournament, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, features 66 boys and 18 girls representing 10 states, Japan and Canada. Three AJGA Polo Golf Junior All-Americans are competing in the Ashworth Junior Classic.

The 16-year-old Moore (68-72--140) used two birdies and 14 pars in holding on to the tournament lead. He remains at 4-under-par for the tournament and leads by two strokes.

"I've come close (to winning a tournament) several times," Moore said. "It would be really nice to win an event early in the season."

Ryoong Lim of Pleasanton, Calif., currently stands in second place. Lim carded a round of 73 and is at 2-under-par for the tournament. Neno Boonyaplanun, who shot a second-round 72 for a total of 71-72--143, sits in third place at 1-under-par. Daniel Lee (70-74--144) of Huntington Beach, Calif., and Mathew Schreiber (72-72--144) of Laguna Niguel, Calif., are tied for fourth place at even-par.

After her opening round of 74 on Wednesday, Martin, 15, used five birdies in carding a one-under-par 71 to move up from third place and claim the lead in the Girls Division. Martin sank a 40-foot putt on the third hole and finished the front nine at 1-under-par.

"I made more putts today and hit quite a few greens," she said. "Tomorrow, I'm just going to try to make my putts; that's the key to a low score."

Jennie Lee (74-73--147) of Huntington Beach, Calif., shot a 1-over 73 to remain in second place at 3-over-par for the tournament. First-round leader Hannah Jun carded a second-round of 80 and slipped to fifth place. Rounding out the top-three is Sommer Scholl (76-73--149) of Riverside, Calif., at 5-over-par. Erica Blasberg (75-75--150) of Corona, Calif., is in fourth place at 6-over-par.

The inaugural AJGA Ashworth Junior Classic concludes Friday with final-round tee times beginning at 7:00 a.m. and running until 8:57 a.m. For additional information on the AJGA Ashworth Junior Classic at Quail Ranch, contact tournament headquarters at (909) 654-3360 or visit the AJGA's website at www.ajga.org.


MORENO VALLEY, Calif. -- Second-round results from the AJGA ASHWORTH JUNIOR CLASSIC AT QUAIL RANCH conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Quail Ranch Golf Club. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,846 Girls: 5,900


Jonathan Moore (2004) Portland, Ore.* 68-72--140
Ryoong Lim (2003) Pleasanton, Calif.* 69-73--142
Neno Boonyaplanun (2003) Irvine, Calif.* 71-72--143
Daniel Lee (2002) Huntington Beach, Calif.* 70-74--144
Mathew Schreiber (2001) Laguna Niguel, Calif.* 72-72--144
Phillip Telliard (2003) Riverside, Calif.* 70-75--145
Ben Choe (2003) Mountain View, Calif.* 73-72--145
Kyle Shelly (2002) San Diego, Calif.* 77-68--145
Ben Marsh (2003) Paradise Valley, Ariz.* 74-71--145
Jon Friedman (2001) Irvine, Calif.* 74-71--145
Brendan Steele (2001) Idyllwild, Calif.* 74-72--146
Taylor Neal (2002) Thousand Oaks, Calif.* 72-74--146
Matthew Shin (2003) Cerritos, Calif.* 72-74--146
Daniel Horning (2001) Palm Desert, Calif.* 75-72--147
Scott MacDonald (2002) Playa del Rey, Calif.* 73-74--147
Mike Rim (2002) Lakewood, Calif.* 74-73--147
Daniel Cho (2006) Diamond Bar, Calif.* 70-77--147
Nathan Smith (2002) Soquel, Calif.* 75-72--147
Kevin Chen (2003) Alamo, Calif.* 74-73--147
Henry Liaw (2003) Rowland Heights, Calif.* 73-75--148
Michael Putnam (2001) University Place, Wash.* 77-71--148
Kenny Kim (2004) Cerritos, Calif.* 71-77--148
Ryan Wright (2002) Brea, Calif.* 75-73--148
Trevor Branon (2002) Los Gatos, Calif.* 75-73--148
Joshua Wooding (2003) Riverside, Calif.* 74-74--148
Mark Modglin (2001) Simi Valley, Calif.* 74-75--149
Chris Heintz (2003) Brea, Calif.* 76-73--149
J.J. Wood (2002) Yuma, Ariz.* 74-76--150
Adam Jagelewski (2002) Walkerton, Ontario* 75-75--150
Eric Riehle (2001) Hemet, Calif.* 76-75--151
Jeff Ditullio (2002) Thousand Oaks, Calif.* 78-73--151
Will Park (2001) Riverside, Calif.* 79-73--152
Justin Gravatt (2002) Olympia, Wash.* 79-74--153
Ian Hjulberg (2003) Riverside, Calif.* 79-74--153
David Perritt (2002) Alta Loma, Calif.* 74-79--153
Nicholas Wilkins (2002) Loma Linda, Calif.* 75-78--153
Michio Matsumura (2002) Tokyo, Japan* 77-77--154
Brian Ricketts (2003) Highland Village, Texas* 78-76--154
Jared Tarlow (2003) Calabasas, Calif.* 75-79--154
Dax Murray (2003) Tulsa, Okla.* 81-73--154
Remy Avent (2002) Northridge, Calif.* 81-73--154
Andrew Mahnke (2005) Laguna Niguel, Calif.* 79-75--154
Robert Mink Jr. (2002) Moreno Valley, Calif.* 74-81--155
Russ Ricciardelli (2002) Las Vegas, Nev.* 81-74--155
Louis Honore II (2002) Gardena, Calif.* 78-77--155
Daniel Yoon (2002) Englewood, Colo.* 78-78--156
Steven Russo (2002) Monterey, Calif.* 75-81--156
Matt Isaacson (2002) Tustin, Calif.* 79-77--156
Jeff Vetterick (2003) Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.* 76-80--156
Matthew Fields (2001) Los Angeles, Calif.* 76-81--157
Brendan Von Doehren (2002) Auburn, Wash.* 82-75--157
Dennis Huh (2004) La Palma, Calif.* 76-81--157
Chris Pederson (2001) Thousand Oaks, Calif.* 76-83--159
Eric Fong (2002) Waipahu, Hawaii* 78-82--160
Kyle Patterson (2001) Mukilteo, Wash.* 80-81--161
Drew Kravis (2003) Calabasas, Calif.* 78-83--161
Masaaki Kato (2002) Osaka, Japan* 76-86--162
James Song (2002) Oxnard, Calif.* 85-77--162
Jerry Podgajski (2002) Garden Grove, Calif.* 83-79--162
Jordan Leseberg (2002) Eagle, Idaho* 82-82--164
Jeff Kempler (2002) Laguna Hills, Calif.* 84-81--165
Chris Barley (2003) Springfield, Ore.* 80-85--165
Ryan Sader (2001) Brea, Calif.* 82-83--165
Ted Whitney (2003) Eugene, Ore.* 84-82--166
Andrew Kipper (2002) Los Angeles, Calif.* 89-86--175
Jeff Hansen (2001) Indio, Calif.* 87-WD (Illness)


Allison Martin (2003) Bakersfield, Calif.* 74-71--145
Jennie Lee (2005) Huntington Beach, Calif.* 74-73--147
Sommer Scholl (2005) Riverside, Calif.* 76-73--149
Erica Blasberg (2002) Corona, Calif.* 75-75--150
Hannah Jun (2003) San Diego, Calif.* 71-80--151
Mika Takayama (2002) Alameda, Calif.* 77-75--152
Carling Cho (2002) San Juan Capistrano, Calif.* 77-76--153
Tiffany Chudy (2004) Temecula, Calif.* 78-78--156
Angela Won (2002) Irvine, Calif.* 81-75--156
Lauren Ressler (2002) Bellingham, Wash.* 81-77--158
Sara Huber (2002) Carlsbad, Calif.* 80-78--158
Seiko Onoue (2002) La Habra, Calif.* 80-81--161
Jamie Oliver (2003) Los Alamitos, Calif.* 83-78--161
Minnie Choi (2003) Fountain Valley, Calif.* 78-85--163
Moah Chang (2002) Los Angeles, Calif.* 81-82--163
Julie Kim (2002) Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.* 86-81--167
Lauren Brown (2003) Phoenix, Ariz.* 93-88--181
Allison Goodman (2005) San Diego, Calif.* 93-92--185

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