LAREDO ENERGY JUNIOR AT TRADITIONS
Traditions Club at Texas A&M
Bryan, Texas • April 21 - 24

Media Score BRYAN, Texas -- Second Round results from the Laredo Energy Junior at Traditions conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Traditions Club at Texas A&M.
Boys Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6997. Rating: 74. Slope: 150
Girls Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6101. Rating: 77.6. Slope: 149

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Brad Dalke
2016
Hobart, Okla. 69-76--145
T2 Tyler Dunlap
2011
Westlake, Texas 75-73--148
2 Nathan Weant
2011
Hallsville, Texas 73-75--148
4 Scott Scheffler
2014
Dallas, Texas 74-76--150
5 Zachary Olsen
2013
Cordova, Tenn. 77-74--151
6 Connor Black
2014
Humble, Texas 74-78--152
T7 Nicolas Noya
2012
South San Francisco, Calif. 80-73--153
7 Christopher Petefish
2014
Danville, Calif. 77-76--153
7 Sean Walsh
2012
Keller, Texas 80-73--153
T10 Donald Stimble
2014
Shell Knob, Mo. 76-78--154
10 Mitchell Johnson
2012
Middleton, Wis. 81-73--154
10 Andrew Lister
2011
Coronado, Calif. 72-82--154
10 David Lee
2012
Houston, Texas 79-75--154
10 Peter Thorseth
2014
Richmond, Texas 80-74--154
10 Will Zalatoris
2014
Plano, Texas 78-76--154
T16 Daniel Jaramillo
2014
Bradenton, Fla. 79-76--155
16 Christian De La Cruz
2014
San Antonio, Texas 78-77--155
16 Jesse Perkins
2012
West Babylon, N.Y. 78-77--155
16 Charlie Benell
2012
Pacific Palisades, Calif. 83-72--155
16 Garrison Lackey
2011
Weslaco, Texas 81-74--155
16 Lorens Chan
2012
Honolulu, Hawaii 82-73--155
16 Arthur Edelman
2012
Howey in the Hills, Fla. 80-75--155
T23 PJ Collier
2012
Houston, Texas 77-79--156
23 Zachary Toste
2012
Pembroke Pines, Fla. 80-76--156
23 Troix Tonkham
2012
Arleta, Calif. 80-76--156
T26 Preston Standley
2012
Plano, Texas 78-79--157
26 Keagan Cummings
2012
Bradenton, Fla. 77-80--157
T28 Ben Wood
2012
Florence, Ala. 85-73--158
28 Dalton Conn
2012
Fredericksburg, Texas 77-81--158
28 Hayden Shieh
2014
Fremont, Calif. 76-82--158
28 Michael Decker
2013
Pebble Beach, Calif. 78-80--158
T32 Andre' Garcia
2013
Mansfield, Texas 80-79--159
32 Matt Gilchrest
2013
Southlake, Texas 82-77--159
32 Klein Klotz
2013
Austin, Texas 79-80--159
32 Angelo Jose Gandionco
2012
Cebu City, Philippines 83-76--159
32 Aaron Wong
2012
Chandler, Ariz. 78-81--159
32 Justin Strathe
2013
Owasso, Okla. 79-80--159
T38 Leighton Greer
2011
Madison, Miss. 83-77--160
38 Jordan Niebrugge
2012
Mequon, Wis. 80-80--160
38 Wes Artac
2014
Kingwood, Texas 75-85--160
T41 Scott Sweeney
2011
Lake Charles, La. 84-77--161
41 Bradley Fleming
2012
Houston, Texas 80-81--161
41 Brian K. Song
2012
Beverly Hills, Calif. 83-78--161
41 Dylan Siebenaler
2013
Sugar Land, Texas 81-80--161
41 Dylan Healey
2012
Franklin, Tenn. 79-82--161
41 Andrew Ettinger
2012
Boca Raton, Fla. 78-83--161
41 Juan Veloza
2013
Cali, Colombia 81-80--161
41 Corey Shaun
2014
Encinitas, Calif. 84-77--161
Missed Cut
49 Nicolas Osorio
2012
Cali, Colombia 85-77--162
T50 Jared Carver
2012
Weston, Fla. 79-84--163
50 Joseph Abella
2012
Plano, Texas 85-78--163
50 Cameron Bridges
2012
Prosper, Texas 83-80--163
50 Austin Eoff
2013
Benton, Ark. 82-81--163
50 Jose Antonio Hernandez
2011
San Luis Potosi, Mexico 82-81--163
50 Drew Greenwood
2012
Hot Springs, Ark. 82-81--163
T56 Hayden Bigby
2012
Bossier City, La. 89-75--164
56 Nathan Wong
2012
Chandler, Ariz. 82-82--164
56 Frederick Wedel
2012
Houston, Texas 81-83--164
56 Matt Oesterling
2013
The Woodlands, Texas 86-78--164
56 Kirk Thomas II
2012
Bossier City, La. 84-80--164
56 Chris Babcock
2012
Shoreline, Wash. 84-80--164
56 Satoshi Tanaka
2012
Dublin, Ohio 84-80--164
56 Jonathan Gerrard
2012
Highland Park, Ill. 85-79--164
56 Eric Ricard
2013
Shreveport, La. 83-81--164
56 Andrew Ertel
2012
The Woodlands, Texas 83-81--164
56 Henry Davis
2013
Queretaro, Mexico 89-75--164
T67 Matthew Liringis
2014
Phoenix, Ariz. 85-80--165
67 Drew Comer
2012
Fort Smith, Ark. 81-84--165
67 Jordan Cowart
2011
Austin, Texas 80-85--165
67 Preston Harrington
2013
Dallas, Texas 82-83--165
T71 RayVaun Christenson
2012
Ozark, Mo. 85-81--166
71 Marshall Roenigk
2011
Reno, Nev. 82-84--166
71 Will Seger
2013
Jasper, Ind. 84-82--166
T74 Brandon Liu
2011
Murrells Inlet, S.C. 88-79--167
74 Maxwell Miller
2015
College Station, Texas 82-85--167
74 Matthew Barth
2011
The Woodlands, Texas 83-84--167
T77 Cody Mcmanus
2012
Phoenix, Ariz. 89-79--168
77 Charles Cai
2012
West Windsor, N.J. 83-85--168
77 Matt Krutz
2012
Norman, Okla. 84-84--168
77 Carlos Madrigal
2012
Howey in The Hills, Fla. 88-80--168
81 Chester Wang
2014
The Woodlands, Texas 92-77--169
T82 Charlie Marshall
2012
Lake Forest, Ill. 89-81--170
82 Pedro Ramon Arguindegui
2012
Laredo, Texas 84-86--170
82 Marcus Plunkett
2012
Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. 87-83--170
85 Kale Davidson
2012
Peoria, Ariz. 85-87--172
86 Garrett Browning
2012
Pittsburgh, PA 92-82--174
87 Luke Sheehan
2012
Cypress, Texas 84-91--175
88 Corey Hayford
2011
Friendswood, Texas 88-88--176
89 Dak Spivey
2012
Lloyd Harbor, N.Y. 91-87--178
90 Polo Lopez
2012
Monterrey, Mexico 88-98--186
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Gabriela Lopez
2012
Mexico City, Mexico 78-70--148
T2 Marijosse Navarro
2014
San Antonio, Texas 75-76--151
2 Ashlan Ramsey
2013
Milledgeville, Ga. 76-75--151
2 Taylor Coleman
2015
San Antonio, Texas 76-75--151
T5 Stephanie Liu
2015
Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 78-74--152
5 Allisen Corpuz
2016
Honolulu, Hawaii 82-70--152
T7 Hannah O'Sullivan
2016
Chandler, Ariz. 78-76--154
7 Mariana Sims
2012
Austin, Texas 80-74--154
7 Karen Chung
2013
Livingston, N.J. 79-75--154
10 Sierra Sims
2013
Austin, Texas 78-77--155
11 Kayli Quinton
2012
Cypress, Texas 81-75--156
T12 Silvia Garces
2012
Cali, Colombia 79-78--157
12 Abby Newton
2012
Katy, Texas 81-76--157
12 Taylor Kim
2012
Surrey, Canada 78-79--157
12 Courtney Ferguson
2011
Houston, Texas 83-74--157
16 Allie Johnston
2012
Castle Rock, Colo. 79-79--158
T17 Maria Maymon
2012
Huixquilucan, Mexico 78-83--161
17 Tezira Abe
2012
Angleton, Texas 83-78--161
T19 Courtney Dow
2016
Frisco, Texas 83-79--162
19 Carly Ragains
2011
Highland Village, Texas 83-79--162
T21 Jennifer Kim
2012
Collierville, Tenn. 82-81--163
21 Lauren Salazar
2012
Santa Clara, Calif. 86-77--163
Missed Cut
T23 Giovana Maymon
2014
Huixquilucan, Mexico 86-78--164
23 Hannah Kim
2014
Chula Vista, Calif. 87-77--164
23 Eji Kwon
2013
Dallas, Texas 82-82--164
T26 Alexandra Wong
2012
San Francisco, Calif. 86-79--165
26 Katie Lee
2014
Silverdale, Wash. 83-82--165
26 Maddie Szeryk
2014
Allen, Texas 85-80--165
T29 Lakareber Abe
2014
Angleton, Texas 82-84--166
29 Brooke McDougald
2015
The Woodlands, Texas 85-81--166
T31 Alexandra White
2013
Fort Worth, Texas 84-83--167
31 Bryana Nguyen
2014
Columbia, Md. 84-83--167
33 Andrea Wong
2012
San Francisco, Calif. 87-81--168
34 Jennifer Yu
2014
Huntington Beach, Calif. 86-84--170
T35 Kristen Gillman
2016
Austin, Texas 85-86--171
35 Mia Ayer
2016
Waco, Texas 88-83--171
35 Madison Kidd
2016
Lake Jackson, Texas 85-86--171
38 Kirby Kramer
2011
Houston, Texas 87-86--173
39 Jessa LaBarbera
2011
Allen, Texas 89-85--174
T40 Alexandra Sborov
2013
Pleasanton, Calif. 91-86--177
40 Katherine Sborov
2013
Pleasanton, Calif. 92-85--177
42 Angela No
2012
College Station, Texas 88-93--181
 

Dalke Extends First-Round Lead at Laredo Energy Junior at Traditions
Lopez pushes ahead of Girls Division with three-stroke lead

BRYAN, Texas — After 36 holes of play, Brad Dalke of McKinney, Texas, held onto the top spot heading into the final round leading the Boys Division by three strokes at the Laredo Energy Junior at Traditions. In the Girls Division, Gabriela Lopez of Mexico City, Mexico, leads by three strokes after shooting a 2-under-par 70, for a two-day total of 148.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the Laredo Energy Junior at Traditions is a 54-hole stroke play competition held at Traditions Club at Texas A&M. The par-72 course plays to 6,997 yards for the Boys Division and 6,101 yards for the Girls Division. The 132-player field features players from 24 states, Mexico, France, Colombia, Canada, South Korea, Japan, Venezuela and the Philippines. After the second round, the Boys Division was cut to the low 45 players and ties while the Girls Division was cut to the low 21 players and ties.

Dalke, who shot a 4-over-par 76 Saturday, for a two-day total of 145, owes his leading score to his 3-woods and hybrids.

“Today I just tried to play to the wider part of the fairway and use a variety of clubs,” Dalke said. “I have to remember to play conservatively on this course.”

Despite his three bogeys today, Dalke utilized his birdie on No. 5 to drive him through the front nine holes.

“I made a 15-foot putt to put me back at even after a bogey on No. 3,” Dalke said. “Tomorrow my game plan is to just try to aim for the middle of the greens more and just play par golf.”

Tied in second place in the Boys Division are Nathan Weant of Hallsville, Texas, and Tyler Dunlap of Westlake, Texas, with 4-over-par 148s. In fourth place is Scott Scheffler of Dallas with a 6-over-par 150. Rounding out the top five is Zachary Olsen of Cordova, Tenn., with a 7-over-par 151.

After the first round at the Traditions Club at Texas A&M, Lopez was tied for fourth with a 6-over-par 78. Three birdies and 14 pars later, Lopez leads the Girls Division by three strokes.

“During my first nine holes, I hit every single fairway and every single green,” Lopez said. “After that, I just tried to stay focused and not feel any pressure.”

Lopez, who started off No. 10, birdied Nos. 14, 17 and 18, but No. 18 was the most memorable.

“No. 18 was the key to my momentum,” Lopez said. “I had about a 21-foot putt and when I hit the ball, I thought I hit it too hard, but it went in anyway.”

Lopez is followed by Marijosse Navarro of San Antonio, Ashlan Ramsey of Milledgeville, Ga., and Taylor Coleman of San Antonio, who all sit at a two-day total of 7-over-par 151 in second place.

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Final-round tee times for the Laredo Energy Junior at Traditions will run from 7:45-9:35 a.m. off the Nos. 1 and 10 tees at the Traditions Club at Texas A&M. For more information about the Laredo Energy Junior at Traditions, contact Tournament Headquarters at (770) 617-3050.

 
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