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Abacoa Golf Club
Jupiter, Florida
July 16-19, 2001

Fourteen-year-old Hetzel grabs lead in Girls Division

JUPITER, Fla. -- Adam Wallace of Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., carded seven birdies en route to a second-round, 5-under-par 67 and a two-shot lead heading into the final round of the AJGA Henry-Griffitts Junior at Abacoa. Mallory Hetzel of Summerville, S.C., shot a 73 to take the lead in the Girls Division.

The 54-hole event, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, features 84 players representing 12 states and Japan. The 10th annual event is making its debut at Abacoa Golf Club.

Wallace, who started on the back nine, got off to a fast start with birdies on two of his first three holes. After another birdie on the par-3, 159-yard 15th hole, Wallace made the turn at 3-under-par 33 with another birdie on No. 17. Wallace wasted no time on the front nine, making up for a bogey on No. 18 with two more birdies on Nos. 1 and 2. Wallace birdied No. 7 to move to 3-under-par before a bogey on No. 8 gave him a 34 on the front nine and a two-day total of 72-67-139.

"My birdies on Nos. 1 and 2 really brought back the momentum I had earlier in my round," the 17-year-old Wallace said. "They really gave me the confidence I needed down the stretch.

"I felt I got robbed on the greens yesterday," said Wallace, who has hit 32 of 36 greens the last two days. "I couldn't make any putts, but today I was able to convert. Tomorrow, I just need to go out and not make any mistakes. I want to try and hit every green, just like I've been doing."

Wallace, who finished sixth at the Joe Durant Southern Junior, will be looking to bring home his first AJGA title.

Joseph Sykora of Daphne, Ala., trails Wallace by two-shots after carding a 2-under-par 70 to sit at 141. First-round co-leader Robert Gates of Gainesville, Fla., is in third at 70-72-142 while Chris Anderson of Lake Mary, Fla., and Joshua Flamm of Jacksonville, Fla., round out the top five at 144 and 145 respectively.

In the Girls Division, the 14-year-old Hetzel, who had 13 pars and two birdies in her round, played her first five holes on the back nine in even-par fashion. After a bogey on No. 15, she recovered with a birdie on No. 17 to make the turn at even-par. After another birdie on No. 2, Hetzel played her final seven holes at 2-over-par to finish at 76-73-149 and stake claim to a two-shot lead.

"I'm really starting to hit the ball well," Hetzel said. "It's been a while since I've hit it this well. I didn't catch too many breaks out there today, so hopefully tomorrow I can get some putts to drop.

"I just need to go out there and play a normal round of golf, not force things and be patient."

Hetzel, who is playing in only her second AJGA event, will look for her second win in three weeks after winning the South Carolina state tournament "The Blade" two weeks ago.

First-round leader Yunny Cho of Bradenton, Fla., is second at 73-78-151 while Theresa Paik of Silver Springs, Md., sits in third at 74-78-152.

Final round tee times will run tomorrow from 7-9 a.m. off the Nos. 1 and 10 tees.

For more information on the AJGA Henry-Griffitts Junior at Abacoa or other AJGA events, please visit our Web site at www.ajga.org or contact the tournament headquarters at (561) 622-0036.


JUPITER, FLA. -- Second-round results from the AJGA HENRY-GRIFFITTS JUNIOR AT ABACOA conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Abacoa Golf Club. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,846 Girls: 5,912.


Adam Wallace (2002) Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.* 72-67--139
Joseph Sykora (2003) Daphne, Ala.* 71-70--141
Robert Gates (2004) Gainesville, Fla.* 70-72--142
Chris Anderson (2004) Lake Mary, Fla.* 72-72--144
Joshua Flamm (2001) Jacksonville, Fla.* 70-75--145
Patrick McKillip (2003) Jacksonville, Fla.* 70-76--146
David Gibson (2001) Stuart, Fla.* 76-70--146
Andrew Stephens (2002) Fort Mitchell, Ky.* 71-76--147
Federico Salazar (2002) Del Ray Beach, Fla.* 76-71--147
Jun Ohara (2002) Tokyo, Japan* 73-75--148
Kevin Clark (2002) Palm City, Fla.* 76-73--149
David Cosper (2001) Clearwater, Fla.* 75-74--149
Marco Morales (2004) Coral Gables, Fla.* 76-74--150
Mark Ogren (2003) Daphne, Ala.* 74-76--150
Michael Del Aguila (2002) Miami, Fla.* 76-74--150
Peter Lyon (2002) Cape Coral, Fla.* 74-76--150
Tim Powell (2002) Lake Worth, Fla.* 78-72--150
Brad Doster (2003) Winter Park, Fla.* 73-77--150
Ivan Brannan (2003) Panama City Beach, Fla.* 74-76--150
Ralph Martello (2002) White Lake, Mich.* 72-79--151
Brent Witcher (2004) Duluth, Ga.* 79-72--151
Bill Dukes (2002) Orlando, Fla.* 78-73--151
Ben Gardner (2003) Boca Raton, Fla.* 76-75--151
Gregory Huxman (2003) Pinecrest, Fla.* 76-76--152
Timothy Seeley (2002) Lake George, N.Y.* 73-79--152
Byron Basker (2002) Houston, Texas* 76-76--152
James Boothe (2001) Palm Harbor, Fla.* 77-76--153
Ben McClung (2001) Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.* 75-78--153
Min Kyu Han (2003) Tampa, Fla.* 75-78--153
Hochul Kim (2003) Clearwater, Fla.* 73-80--153
Joe Morton (2002) Waycross, Ga.* 73-80--153
Steven Bain (2003) Lake Mary, Fla.* 75-79--154
Scott Squires (2002) Coral Springs, Fla.* 80-74--154
Ty Callahan (2003) Tampa, Fla.* 76-78--154
Chiho Kwak (2002) Jacksonville, Fla.* 80-75--155
Steve Frisch (2002) Northampton, Pa.* 78-77--155
Brandon Wheeler (2002) Coral Springs, Fla.* 78-77--155
Mike Stango (2003) Jupiter, Fla.* 79-76--155
Matthew Lyons (2002) Lakeland, Fla.* 77-78--155
Adam Woodcock (2001) Glennville, Ga.* 78-78--156
Kyle Hitchcock (2004) Parkland, Fla.* 88-69--157
Ian Hoffman (2003) New Smyrna Beach, Fla.* 80-77--157
Ben Hartman (2002) Jupiter, Fla.* 79-79--158
Eric Beringer (2003) Bryn Mawr, Pa.* 77-81--158
Charles Beck (2002) Atlanta, Ga.* 80-78--158
Patrick Scranton (2003) Dunedin, Fla.* 76-83--159
Brett Scarber (2003) Center, Texas* 80-80--160
Daniel Tomlin (2002) Mechanicsville, Va.* 81-79--160
Winston Ball (2003) St. Pete Beach, Fla.* 86-75--161
Tyler Clippard (2003) Trinity, Fla.* 78-84--162
David Nardy (2001) Southampton, NY* 89-73--162
Gota Okada (2002) Tokyo, Japan* 82-80--162
Chris Fowler (2002) West Monroe, La.* 84-82--166
Felipe Hasson (2001) Bradenton, Fla.* 86-80--166
Michael Wieczorek (2002) Orlando, Fla.* 81-85--166
Greg Blackwell (2004) Miami, Fla.* 85-82--167
Patrick Bennett (2004) Bethesda, Md.* 80-88--168
Joseph Jones (2002) Boca Raton, Fla.* 88-81--169
Creighton Honeck (2003) Austin, Texas* 90-79--169
Jeremy Garner (2003) Tampa, Fla.* 90-81--171
Casey Rigsby (2002) Boaz, Ala.* 87-87--174
Adam Senn (2002) Richmond, Texas* 86-90--176
Chris Harris (2003) Juno Isles, Fla.* 96--WD


Mallory Hetzel (2005) Summerville, S.C.* 76-73--149
Yunny Cho (2001) Bradenton, Fla.* 73-78--151
Theresa Paik (2003) Silver Springs, Md.* 74-78--152
Molly Birmingham (2002) Cornelius, N.C.* 76-77--153
Brooke Layton (2002) Tampa, Fla.* 81-74--155
Melissa Aylor (2001) Tampa, Fla.* 77-79--156
Ali Beuckman (2004) Jupiter, Fla.* 81-77--158
Brandy Andersen (2002) Orlando, Fla.* 83-78--161
Laura Goodwin (2005) Birmingham, Ala.* 85-77--162
Mandy Fricton (2004) Merritt Island, Fla.* 85-82--167
Marie Bos (2004) Orlando, Fla.* 83-84--167
Mary Calderon (2003) Orlando, Fla.* 81-86--167
Megan Bursey (2002) Lutz, Fla.* 84-84--168
Tiffany Prats (2003) Williston, Fla.* 89-79--168
Kristina Prestipino (2001) Coral Springs, Fla.* 86-86--172
Jacqueline Dickey (2005) Pembroke Pines, Fla.* 91-84--175
Kelly McEnerney (2002) Winter Park, Fla.* 85-91--176
Michelle Steakin (2003) Wellington, Fla.* 91-91--182
Kimberly D'Andrea (2002) Boca Raton, Fla.* 98-91--189
Daria Accaputo (2004) Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.* 103-88--191
Natalie Garza (2002) Parkland, Fla.* 94-100--194

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