Mission Hills Country Club, Palmer Course
Rancho Mirage, Calif.
June 25-28, 2001

Keeney has one shot lead going into final round

RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. - Erica Blasberg of Corona, Calif., stayed atop the Girls Division leaderboard in the AJGA ClubCorp Junior at Mission Hills by firing a 71 to open up a three-shot lead. In the Boys Division, Ryan Keeney of Redmond, Wash., continued his hot play by shooting a 70, good enough for a one-shot advantage over Anthony Kim of La Quinta, Calif., going into Thursday's final round.

The AJGA ClubCorp Junior at Mission Hills, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, features 84 of the nation's top junior golfers ages 13-18. In its 20th year, the 54-hole tournament includes 17 Polo Golf Junior All-Americans. Ten states and Scotland are also represented in this week's field. Past winners include names such as Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Bob May, Grace Park, Kellee Booth and Emilee Klein.

Blasberg's back-to-back rounds under par are the only two totals below 72 in the Girls Division through two rounds.

"I was hitting a lot of fairways and greens, just like I did yesterday," said the 16-year-old Blasberg. "I've focused on consistency over the first two rounds and I'm hoping to play the same way tomorrow and make some more putts."

Joining Blasberg in the top three spots of the Girls Division are defending champion Ina Kim of Encino, Calif., at even-par 144 and Erin Long of Napa, Calif., and Sunny Oh of Torrance, Calif., at 146.

In the Boys Division, Keeney began his first five holes at 3-under-par on his way to his fourth consecutive round of 70 or below in an AJGA event.

"I just need to keep playing the way I'm playing," said Keeney. "I feel very confident right now that every round will be in the 60s. It just matters what kind of breaks I get. It seems like my bogeys only come with the bad breaks."

Keeney's lead is a delicate one heading into the final round with three other players within two shots of the lead.

That group is headlined by Kim, who shot a second-round 68 to close in on Keeney. Kyle Gentry of Carmel, Calif., and defending champion Kevin Na of Diamond Bar, Calif., sit two shots back going into the final round. Rounding out the top five in the Boys Division is Scott MacDonald of Playa Del Rey, Calif., with a two-round total of 141.

The second round also saw two holes-in-one, including Priscilla Park's second ace in as many days. Park, of Santa Ana, Calif., recorded a hole-in-one on the 140-yard No. 4 hole with a 7-iron. Ashley Rollins of Austin, Texas scored her first career hole-in-one on the 121-yard No. 11 with a nine iron.

Final-round action will begin Thursday morning with tee times running from 6:30-8:27 a.m. off the No. 1 and 10 tees.

For more information about the AJGA ClubCorp Junior at Mission Hills or other AJGA events, call AJGA tournament headquarters at (760) 324-9400 ext. 508.

RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. -- Second-round results from the CLUBCORP JUNIOR AT MISSION HILLS conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Mission Hills Country Club, Palmer Course. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,798 Girls: 5,887


Ryan Keeney (2002) Redmond, Wash.* 67-70--137
Anthony Kim (2003) La Quinta, Calif.* 70-68--138
Kyle Gentry (2002) Carmel, Calif.* 68-71--139
Kevin Na (2002) Diamond Bar, Calif.* 70-69--139
Scott MacDonald (2002) Playa Del Rey, Calif.* 68-73--141
Jay Choi (2002) Buena Park, Calif.* 70-72--142
Jeff Bell (2002) Plano, Texas* 71-71--142
Kevin Larsen (2003) Santa Barbara, Calif.* 70-73--143
Darren Blair (2003) Coto De Caza, Calif.* 70-73--143
Taylor Wood (2002) Laguna Niguel, Calif.* 71-72--143
Daniel Im (2004) La Mirada, Calif.* 74-69--143
Joshua Wooding (2003) Riverside, Calif.* 71-72--143
David Yoon (2004) Irvine, Calif.* 72-72--144
Edward McGlasson (2002) Orange, Calif.* 73-71--144
Michael Feuerstein (2002) La Jolla, Calif.* 71-73--144
Brandon Christianson (2004) Valencia, Calif.* 75-70--145
Jay Choe (2002) Yorba Linda, Calif.* 75-70--145
Mitch Carlson (2002) Las Vegas, Nev.* 75-70--145
Pansing Singhaseni (2002) Beverly Hills, Calif.* 71-74--145
Doug Miller (2001) Thousand Oaks, Calif.* 74-71--145
Derek Abel (2001) Plano, Texas* 69-76--145
James Choi (2001) Lakewood, Calif.* 73-72--145
Mike Rim (2002) Lakewood, Calif.* 73-72--145
Brendan Steele (2001) Idyllwild, Calif.* 75-71--146
Steven Bullock (2002) Dove Canyon, Calif.* 73-73--146
Zack Miller (2003) San Rafael, Calif.* 74-72--146
Nathan Hall (2003) Atherton, Calif.* 72-74--146
Henry Liaw (2003) Rowland Heights, Calif.* 73-73--146
Matt Kern (2001) Castro Valley, Calif.* 73-73--146
D.J. Reeves (2002) Mission Viejo, Calif.* 73-73--146
Nathan Smith (2002) Soquel, Calif.* 75-71--146
Jonathan Taruc (2003) Las Vegas, Nev.* 74-72--146
J.J. Wood (2002) Yuma, Ariz.* 72-74--146
Matt Brooks (2001) Mesa, Ariz.* 73-74--147
Taylor Neal (2002) Thousand Oaks, Calif.* 72-75--147
Eric Chang (2002) Chino Hills, Calif.* 78-70--148
John Poucher (2001) Santa Barbara, Calif.* 76-72--148
Breene Murphy (2001) Los Alamitos, Calif.* 78-70--148
Troy Denton (2001) Dallas, Texas* 75-74--149
Zach Christ (2002) Santa Rosa, Calif.* 74-75--149
Chris Elliott (2002) Plano, Texas* 78-71--149
Blaine Peffley (2002) Lebanon, Pa.* 74-75--149
Steve Gray (2001) Lee's Summit, Mo.* 74-76--150
Jason Cook (2004) Windermere, Fla.* 77-73--150
Ryan Qualle (2001) Turlock, Calif.* 77-73--150
Eric Schneider (2005) Palm Desert, Calif.* 78-73--151
Alex Coe (2002) Danville, Calif.* 74-77--151
Joseph Kim (2003) Laguna Niguel, Calif.* 73-79--152
Dan Cho (2006) Diamond Bar, Calif.* 76-77--153
Michael McCaig (2003) Fountain Valley, Calif.* 78-75--153
Jimmy Harris (2002) El Cajon, Calif.* 74-80--154
Mark Lamb (2002) East Lothian, Scotland* 80-74--154
Andrew Price (2001) Mission Viejo, Calif.* 74-82--156
Michael Wilson (2002) Pacific Grove, Calif.* 76-81--157
David Hawkins (2001) Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.* 85-72--157
Elliott Wainwright (2003) Hillsborough, Calif.* 80-78--158
David Lieberman (2004) Palm Springs, Calif.* 78-83--161
Paul Brown (2002) Pasadena, Calif.* 79-82--161
Nick Altman (2002) Rancho Mirage, Calif.* 87-82--169
Ben Fuqua (2003) Pasadena, Calif.* 88-82--170


Erica Blasberg (2002) Corona, Calif.* 70-71--141
Ina Kim (2001) Encino, Calif.* 72-72--144
Erin Long (2001) Napa, Calif.* 74-72--146
Sunny Oh (2002) Torrance, Calif.* 71-75--146
Danielle Reilly (2002) Las Vegas, Nev.* 73-74--147
Stella Lee (2001) Irvine, Calif.* 71-76--147
Charlotte Mayorkas (2001) Chula Vista, Calif.* 72-75--147
Allison Martin (2003) Bakersfield, Calif.* 72-75--147
Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana (2003) Long Beach, Calif.* 75-72--147
Ashley Rollins (2003) Austin, Texas* 74-75--149
Lisa Ferrero (2001) Lodi, Calif.* 77-72--149
Irene Cho (2002) La Habra, Calif.* 74-75--149
Yvonne Choe (2001) Temple City, Calif.* 73-76--149
Lani Elston (2001) Spokane, Wash.* 77-72--149
Jane Park (2005) LaCrescenta, Calif.* 75-76--151
Walailak Satarak (2001) Paramount, Calif.* 77-75--152
Young Pak (2001) Cerritos, Calif.* 78-75--153
Jane Lee (2004) Palm Desert, Calif.* 78-75--153
Nikki Jacoby (2002) San Diego, Calif.* 77-76--153
Hwanhee Lee (2001) Cerritos, Calif.* 76-78--154
Sara Jones (2002) Valencia, Calif.* 78-77--155
Elena Kurokawa (2002) Redondo Beach, Calif.* 80-79--159
Emma Stachowicz (2002) Pacific Palisades, Calif.* 79-82--161
Priscilla Park (2002) Santa Ana, Calif.* 87-78--165

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