AJGA GOLFWEEK CHICAGO JUNIOR
Winnetka Golf Club
Winnetka, Illinois
June 12-15, 2001

YOUNGSTER LOWRY DROPS A SECOND-ROUND 69 TO RETAIN LEAD IN CHICAGO
Park leads Girls Division heading into final round

WINNETKA, Ill. - Randy Lowry of Spring, Texas, fired his second consecutive under-par round to retain the lead after the second round of the AJGA Golfweek Chicago Junior and holds a four-stroke lead heading into the final round. Jane Park of La Crescenta, Calif., leads the Girls Division after carding a second-round 72.

The 54-hole event, which features 99 players including 50 Illinois natives, is being conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at the Winnetka Golf Club.

Lowry, who turned 14 in April and is the youngest player in the field, had 12 pars, four birdies and only two bogeys on the day. He began his round with a bogey on the first hole, before recovering with a birdie on No. 2. After back-to-back birdies on Nos. 7 and 8, Lowry made the turn at 2-under-par 33. After another birdie on the par-5, 500-yard 15th hole, Lowry, who placed third at two Compaq Junior All-Star Series events last year, finished the back nine in even-par fashion en route to a two-day total of 68-69-137.

"I know I have the game to play out here," Lowry said in reference to his age. "Today, I just came out with the same game plan as yesterday and tried to see if I could get some putts to drop and fortunately they did. I didn't hit it as well off the tee, but I was able to save par with good chipping and by making some good putts."

Trailing Lowry in second at 141 is Ryan Cochran of Paducah, Ky. After carding a first-round 73, Cochran stormed back with a 3-under-par 68. Cochran, who placed fifth at the Compaq Junior Classic at English Turn last year, finished the round with 11 pars and five birdies.

Michael Moir of Aberdeen, Scotland, is in third at 70-73--143 while Mike Calkin of St. Charles, Ill., is fourth at 70-74--144. Three players are tied for fifth at 3-over-par 145.

In the Girls Division, Park will look for her second career AJGA victory after winning the Compaq Junior All-Star Classic at Eagle Ridge last year. The 14-year-old carded two birdies on the day en route to a 1-over-par 72 and a two-day total of 148. Park made the turn at even-par before shooting 1-over-par on the back nine.

"My putting was really a strong point for me today," Park said. "I was making most of my four-to-five footers and that was really key. I was also hitting my drives a lot straighter and hitting more fairways."

Winnetka native Alexis Wooster sits one stroke off the pace at 74-75--149 while first-round co-leader Mandi McConnell of Grand Blanc, Mich., is third at 72-80--152.
Final round action begins Friday with tee times running from 6:30-11:18 a.m. off the first tee.

For more information on the AJGA Golfweek Chicago Junior, contact AJGA headquarters at (847) 501-5796.

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WINNETKA, Ill. -- Second-round results from the AJGA GOLFWEEK CHICAGO JUNIOR conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Winnetka Golf Club. Par: 35-36--71. Yardage: Boys: 6,441 Girls: 5,830


BOYS DIVISION

Randy Lowry (2005) Spring, Texas* 68-69--137
Ryan Cochran (2002) Paducah, Ky.* 73-68--141
Michael Moir (2001) Aberdeen, Scotland* 70-73--143
Mike Calkin (2002) St. Charles, Ill.* 70-74--144
Ryan Henry (2003) Broken Arrow, Okla.* 73-72--145
Ryan Keeney (2002) Redmond, Wash.* 74-71--145
Zac Zedrick (2002) Danville, Ill.* 71-74--145
Ben Carlstead (2001) Flossmoor, Ill.* 72-74--146
Christopher Musgjerd (2001) Wilmette, Ill.* 74-72--146
Rodney Hamblin (2003) St. Paul, Minn.* 77-70--147
Brett Barkelar (2001) Schofield, Wis.* 75-72--147
Nicholas Schenk (2002) Batavia, Ill.* 77-70--147
Eric Deutsch (2002) Rochester, Minn.* 76-72--148
Louis Muir (2002) London, Ontario* 75-73--148
Brent Holmes (2002) Glen Carbon, Ill.* 77-72--149
Scott Phegley (2002) Morton, Ill.* 74-75--149
Bobby Bennett (2003) Wilmette, Ill.* 73-77--150
Andrew Vitt (2001) Kenilworth, Ill.* 78-72--150
Ryan Lenahan (2002) Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich.* 80-70--150
Mike O' Neal (2001) Geneva, Ill.* 73-77--150
Jonathan Jackson (2003) Lake Forest, Ill.* 76-74--150
Scott Buros (2001) Bensenville, Ill.* 76-74--150
Scott Weber (2002) Lake Forest, Ill.* 75-76--151
Anthony Gillick (2002) Arlington Heights, Ill.* 77-74--151
Ryan Davis (2002) Overland Park, Kan.* 78-73--151
Andy Pope (2002) Glen Ellyn, Ill.* 76-75--151
Andrew Rindfleisch (2002) West Chester, Ohio* 80-71--151
Kyle Thomas (2001) Avon Lake, Ohio* 74-77--151
Daniel Vojta (2002) Palatine, Ill.* 76-76--152
Nick Hollis (2002) Austin, Texas* 77-75--152
Kyle Hougham (2002) Walcott, Iowa* 77-75--152
Joel Kraner (2002) Dublin, Ohio* 79-73--152
Brandon Lawson (2003) Elburn, Ill.* 73-79--152
Kenton Hobbs (2001) West Chester, Ohio* 74-78--152
Andrew Deye (2001) Cincinnati, Ohio* 78-75--153
David Schultz (2001) Fargo, N.D.* 79-74--153
Matthew Slovitt (2002) Winnetka, Ill.* 79-74--153
Jonathon Schram (2002) Buffalo Grove, Ill.* 76-77--153
Martin Piller (2004) Duncanville, Texas* 73-80--153
David Shearer (2003) Charlevoix, Mich.* 76-77--153
Paul Jabour (2001) Clive, Iowa* 77-76--153
Jeff Osby (2001) West Des Moines, Iowa* 74-80--154
Ethan Roush (2002) Decatur, Ill.* 76-78--154
Kyle Nathan (2002) Winnetka, Ill.* 80-75--155
Bob Molina (2001) Skokie, Ill.* 75-80--155
Gregory Takata (2002) Palatine, Ill.* 74-81--155
Jordan Carpenter (2002) Bloomington, Ill.* 76-79--155
Michael Schachner (2004) Libertyville, Ill.* 76-80--156
Kyle Litter (2002) Chillicothe, Ohio* 75-81--156
Justin Fender (2002) New Richmond, Ohio* 76-80--156
Matt Maskel (2001) Morris, Ill.* 85-72--157

Ben Burke (2002) Lake Forest, Ill.* 77-80--157
James Marinelli (2002) Byron, Ill.* 77-81--158
Jeff Johnson (2002) Glencoe, Ill.* 82-76--158
Brad Kopsick (2002) Lake Forest, Ill.* 77-81--158
Jon Noreen (2001) Bloomington, Minn.* 79-79--158
Michael Musgjerd (2003) Wilmette, Ill.* 83-75--158
Brandon Suzuki (2001) Bannockburn, Ill.* 78-81--159
Jacob Abramson (2002) St. Clair, Mich.* 83-77--160
Norman Olsen (2002) Park Ridge, Ill.* 81-79--160
Brad Wissmueller (2003) Wausau, Wis.* 74-86--160
Tim Seo (2002) Nashville, Tenn.* 82-78--160
Jim Roney (2002) Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich.* 87-74--161
Trent Twaddle (2002) Maryville, Mo.* 83-78--161
Clay Poff (2002) Mio, Mich.* 78-83--161
Josh Hart (2003) Cordova, Ill.* 84-78--162
Thom Irvin (2002) Grayslake, Ill.* 83-79--162
Matt Stanchina (2002) Orlando, Fla.* 86-79--165
Eric Meierdierks (2003) Wilmette, Ill.* 83-82--165
Josh Armstrong (2002) Auburn, Ind.* 84-81--165
Jason Farling (2002) Indianapolis, Ind.* 87-83--170
T.J. Monico (2002) Glenview, Ill.* 84-86--170
Jordan Grundman (2002) Verona, Wis.* 87-84--171
James Vega (2002) Chicago, Ill.* 83-91--174
Alex Hagmeyer (2003) Naperville, Ill.* 83--WD (Illness)

GIRLS DIVISION

Jane Park (2005) La Crescenta, Calif.* 76-72--148
Alexis Wooster (2001) Winnetka, Ill.* 74-75--149
Mandi McConnell (2003) Grand Blanc, Mich.* 72-80--152
Devan Andersen (2002) Bradenton, Fla.* 80-73--153
Clare Lucey (2002) Winnetka, Ill.* 72-81--153
Emily Anderson (2001) Glenview, Ill.* 77-76--153
Alissa Kuczka (2002) Phoenix, Ariz.* 76-80--156
Christie Reed (2004) Coral Springs, Fla.* 84-76--160
Haley Sawyer (2002) Dublin, Ohio* 83-79--162
Kelsey Lutz (2002) Winnetka, Ill.* 85-77--162
Lauren Gebauer (2002) Columbus, Ohio* 84-80--164
Stacy Springer (2001) St. Charles, Ill.* 83-82--165
Brandi Zielinski (2002) Sylvania, Ohio* 82-84--166
Jenny Gelber (2002) Winnetka, Ill.* 86-81--167
Paige Wilson (2003) Winnetka, Ill.* 89-78--167
Jackie Bailey (2002) Decatur, Ill.* 84-83--167
Amber Uphaus (2003) Wauseon, Ohio* 83-85--168
Katie Strawser (2003) Flushing, Mich.* 82-87--169
Lissa Putnam (2001) Bloomington, Ind.* 85-85--170
Elizabeth Kaler (2002) Fargo, N.D.* 86-84--170
Marissa Capriola (2002) Belvidere, Ill.* 88-84--172
Emily Hindman (2002) Zionsville, Ind.* 88-86--174
Sarah Pesavento (2001) Elmhurst, Ill.* 90-87--177
Megan O'Neal (2001) Glenview, Ill.* 90-89--179

 
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