Sutton Creek Golf & Country Club
Essex, Ontario
July 23-26, 2001

Locke Shoots Second 1-Under-Par 71 to Stake Claim on Boys Division Lead

ESSEX, Ontario - First-round Girls Division leader Alice Kim of Los Angeles continued her strong play and stretched her lead to three with a 74-74--148 tournament total after the second round of the AJGA Toldo Group Eastern Canadian Junior. In the tightly contested Boys Division, John Locke of Ashland, Ohio, stepped up and fired his second 1-under-par 71 in as many days to go 2-under-par for the tournament.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the AJGA Toldo Group Eastern Canadian Junior features 85 players representing 14 states and three provinces. Of the 85 players in the field, 43 hail from Canada.

For both Kim and Locke, this will be their first time entering the final round as Division leaders in an AJGA tournament.

Kim's comfortable being the player everyone is gunning for.

"It's definitely a different perspective," the soon-to-be high school junior said. "Everyone is going to go out there and make mistakes. I'm just going to concentrate on not making any big ones that can really hurt me."

Clare Lucey of Winnetka, Ill., with a 75-76--151 will be Kim's nearest competitor. Lucey remained optimistic after her play today.

"I left a lot of birdies hanging," Lucey said. "I am going to stay solid and keep my composure and just see what happens."

Erin Borowiec of South Lyon, Mich., rounds out the Girls Division top three with a tournament total of 156.

In the Boys Division, Locke was happy with just the chance to play as leader in the final round.

"I'm really going to be looking forward to it," Locke said. "I'm going to be seeing everything from a different angle tomorrow. It should be a lot of fun and hopefully I can keep everything going."

Shawn Lafontaine of Cobourg, Ontario, the Boys Division first-round leader, shot 74 in the second round and slipped to second, only one shot off the lead.

"I wasn't thinking through my shots," Lafontaine said of his second-round score. "I was just stepping up and hitting the ball. Tomorrow I'll be thinking through things more and go after fairways and greens."

In the Boys Division top five, Andrew Parr of London, Ontario joins Lafontaine in second at 143. Nick Kenney of Etobicoke, Ontario, Bill Lewis of Westfield, Mass., and Raman Luthra of East Amherst, N.Y., follow tied for third at 145.

Final-round action will begin tomorrow with tee times running from 7:30-9:36 a.m. off the No. 1 and 10 tees.

For more information about the AJGA Toldo Group Eastern Canadian Junior, contact AJGA headquarters at (519) 726-6900, ext. 29.

ESSEX, Ontario -- Second-round results from the THE TOLDO GROUP EASTERN CANADIAN JUNIOR conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Sutton Creek Golf & Country Club. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,743 Girls: 5,967


John Locke (2002) Ashland, Ohio* 71-71--142
Shawn Lafontaine (2001) Cobourg, Ontario* 69-74--143
Andrew Parr (2002) London, Ontario* 72-71--143
Nick Kenney (2002) Etobicoke, Ontario* 71-74--145
Bill Lewis (2001) Westfield, Mass.* 74-71--145
Raman Luthra (2002) East Amherst, N.Y.* 72-73--145
Jeff Nichols (2002) Rochester Hills, Mich.* 72-74--146
Chris Stanko (2001) Windsor, Ontario* 71-75--146
Brad Moulton (2002) Orangeville, Ontario* 74-73--147
Erik Schleicher (2002) Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich.* 72-75--147
Peter Campbell (2001) Baddeck, Nova Scotia* 74-73--147
Steve Muir (2002) London, Ontario* 71-77--148
Mike Rim (2002) Lakewood, Calif.* 75-73--148
Brian Elsea (2002) Columbus, Ohio* 73-75--148
Nick Higham (2002) Shelley, Idaho* 76-72--148
Chris Brown (2002) Manchester, Mass.* 79-69--148
Colby Beckstrom (2002) North Muskegon, Mich.* 71-78--149
Ryan Ellis (2002) Cumberland, Ontario* 74-75--149
Peter Verschoote (2002) Burlington, Ontario* 73-77--150
Tyler Randol (2002) Lawrence, N.Y.* 77-73--150
Mike Calkin (2002) St. Charles, Ill.* 74-77--151
Ryan Lenahan (2002) Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich.* 75-76--151
Michael Joyce (2002) Peterborough, Ontario* 76-75--151
Scott Harvey (2002) Brantford, Ontario* 78-74--152
Jay Choe (2002) Yorba Linda, Calif.* 75-77--152
Joey Childers (2002) Elgin, Ill.* 74-79--153
Cody Harris (2001) Belle River, Ontario* 76-77--153
T.J. Shelton (2001) Saline, Mich.* 75-79--154
Kyle McGrady (2002) Manasquan, N.J.* 78-76--154
Andrew Rice (2002) Monkton, Md.* 78-77--155
Christopher Musgjerd (2001) Wilmette, Ill.* 80-75--155
Alex Knoll (2003) Bethlehem, Pa.* 80-75--155
Brian Kim (2002) Louisville, Ky.* 76-80--156
Nils Homer (2002) Brampton, Ontario* 77-79--156
Anthony Italiano (2001) Toronto, Ontario* 75-81--156
Jim Kratz (2002) Ottawa, Ontario* 81-75--156
Gregory Goad (2003) Cambridge, Ontario* 76-80--156
Max Lizondo (2002) Ottawa, Ontario* 81-75--156
Drew Kravis (2003) Calabasas, Calif.* 82-75--157
Benjamin Stranzl (2002) Cherryville, Pa.* 75-82--157
Matt Bartnick (2002) Livonia, Mich.* 79-78--157
Christian Lefave (2002) Windsor, Ontario* 76-81--157
Mike Aarts (2002) Pound Ridge, N.Y.* 74-83--157
Adam Robinson (2001) Harrow, Ontario* 80-77--157
Geoff Woodley (2003) Hamilton, Ontario* 79-78-157
Bryan Simpson (2003) Peterborough, Ontario* 83-74--157
Chris Peterson (2001) Edina, Minn.* 78-80--158
Dana Johnson (2003) Brantford, Ontario* 83-75--158
Ryan Glenn (2002) Lockport, N.Y.* 76-82--158
Mike Cuff (2003) Toronto, Ontario* 80-79--159
Craig Hosie (2002) Shanty Bay, Ontario* 78-81--159
Mike Gaffin (2002) Kentwood, Mich.* 79-81--160
Greg Kennette (2002) Windsor, Ontario* 78-82--160
Mitch Starr (2001) Peterborough, Ontario* 79-82--161
Andrew Karlsberg (2002) Duxbury, Mass.* 79-83--162
Ryan Vassel (2003) Toronto, Ontario* 81-81--162
Sam Kang (2003) Waterloo, Ontario* 77-85--162
Matt Ellement (2001) Peterborough, Ontario* 83-81--164
Adrian Singh (2003) Maple, Ontario* 82-83--165
Kenta Minejima (2002) Irvine, Calif.* 85-80--165
Louis Muir (2002) London, Ontario* 87-79--166
Tom Crane (2003) Peterborough, Ontario* 84-82--166
Kyle Paolini (2002) Stouffville, Ontario* 81-86--167
Matthew Tindale (2004) Peterborough, Ontario* 82-85--167
Mark Temple (2003) Waterloo, Ontario* 83-84--167
Chris Gall (2002) Windsor, Ontario* 79-88--167
Neal Gram (2002) Grosse Point Shores, Mich.* 86-81--167
Bryant Lung (2002) Tupperville, Ontario* 82-87--169
Chris Makila (2003) Windsor, Ontario* 91-85--176
Mike McCarthy (2003) Petersborough, Ontario* 90-86-176


Alice Kim (2003) Los Angeles, Calif.* 74-74--148
Clare Lucey (2002) Winnetka, Ill.* 75-76--151
Erin Borowiec (2001) South Lyon, Mich.* 81-75--156
Julie Harder (2002) Holland, Ohio* 79-79--158
Haley Gildea (2002) East Greenwich, R.I.* 82-77--159
Jessica Shapiro (2002) Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.* 80-82--162
Kara Curran (2002) Dublin, Ohio* 82-81--163
Tiffany Wernig (2001) Akron, Ohio* 83-84--167
Liz Vollman (2003) Bloomfield, Mich.* 91-79--170
Joanna Periversoff (2004) London, Ontario* 84-87--171
Isabelle Gendreau (2004) St-Georges Beauce, Quebec* 85-86-171
Krista Cudmore (2002) Blind River, Ontario* 88-86--174
Whitney Wolejko (2004) Hatfield, Mass.* 86-91--177
Josie Artymovich (2003) Sterling Heights, Mich.* 85-101--186
Katie Lebel (2002) Mooretown, Ontario* 100-94--194

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