Fair Oaks Ranch Golf & Country Club, Live Oak Course
Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas
June 4-7, 2001

Fair Oaks Ranch native Toohey one-stroke back

FAIR OAKS RANCH, Texas - Jeremy Alcorn of Brownwood, Texas, fired his second-straight 3-under-par 69 to grab the Boys Division lead after the second round of the Texace San Antonio Shootout. Local standout Matt Toohey followed up his first-round 68 with a 1-under-par 71 to remain a stroke off the pace. Brittany Lang of McKinney, Texas, leads the Girl Division after firing a 2-under-par 70 to give her a two-day total of 142 and a five stroke lead.

The 54-hole event, which features 120 players including 100 Texans and over a dozen from the San Antonio area, is being conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at the Fair Oaks Ranch Golf & Country Club, Live Oak Course. Past winners of the event include Tiger Woods (1992) and Kelli Kuehne (1995).

Alcorn, who won the Compaq Junior All-Star Classic at Kissimee Bay last year, continued his hot play with a 2-under-par 34 on the front nine before a 35 on the back. Playing in his second AJGA event of the year, Alcorn birdied five of his first eight holes before a double-bogey on No. 9. He carded seven birdies on the day, including a 25-footer on the 370-yard par-4 fifth hole.

"I kept in on the fairway and I've been staying out of trouble. I've only had one bad hole in two rounds," said the 16-year-old of his double-bogey. "But I recovered with a birdie on No. 10."
Toohey sunk a 25-footer on the eighth hole for birdie, but bogeyed No. 9 to make the turn at even-par. The 18-year-old then birdied No. 10 and stuck it close on No. 11, setting the tone for a bogey-free back nine.

"Not as many putts fell today," Toohey said. "I left a couple shots on the course, but overall I played a solid round. I was hitting my long irons especially well and that really helped me out."

Four other players are within three strokes of the lead heading into the final round. Tyler Leon of Dallas, Texas, sits a stroke back at 71-69--140. Jeff Bell of Plano, Texas; Spencer Levin of Elk Grove, Calif., and Robert Stone of Dallas, Texas, are tied for third at 141.

Lang maintained her first-round lead in the Girls Division shooting an even-par 36 on the front and carding seven pars and two birdies on the back en route to a 2-under-par 72.

"I had a different strategy today than I did yesterday," said the 15-year-old, who was the only girl under par on the day. "I was a little more cautious and was able to cut a few strokes off my score. Overall, I hit the ball well and hopefully I can shoot lower tomorrow."

Ashley Rollins of Austin, Texas, kept her hold on second place with a two-day total of 147 after a second-round 75. First-round co-leader Michaela Cavener of Ponca City, Okla., is third with a 72-76--148.

Final round action begins Thursday, June 6, with tee times running from 7:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

For more information on the AJGA Texace San Antonio Shootout, contact AJGA headquarters at (830) 981-9600, Ext. 208..


FAIR OAKS RANCH, Texas -- Second-round results from the AJGA TEXACE SAN ANTONIO SHOOTOUT conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Fair Oaks Ranch Golf & Country Club, Live Oak Course. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,688 Girls: 5,846


Jeremy Alcorn (2003) Brownwood, Texas* 69-69--138
Matt Toohey (2001) Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas* 68-71--139
Tyler Leon (2003) Dallas, Texas* 71-69--140
Ryan Neal (2002) Arlington, Texas* 71-69--140
Spencer Levin (2002) Elk Grove, Calif.* 71-70--141
Jeff Bell (2002) Plano, Texas* 71-70--141
Robert Stone (2002) Dallas, Texas* 70-71--141
Evan O'Donnell (2002) Palestine, Texas* 71-72--143
Will Armstrong (2002) Austin, Texas* 73-70--143
Chris Wheeler (2001) Allen, Texas* 69-74--143
Ryan Posey (2002) Dallas, Texas* 73-71--144
Jace Moore (2004) Southlake, Texas* 76-68--144
Chris Elliott (2002) Plano, Texas* 71-73--144
Drew Pigg (2002) Plano, Texas* 71-73--144
Tyler Duncan (2001) Austin, Texas* 73-71--144
Matt Meyer (2001) Alvin, Texas* 74-70--144
Tyler Garrett (2001) Houston, Texas* 69-76--145
Jeffrey Neimeyer (2002) Georgetown, Texas* 71-74--145
Will Dodson (2002) Tulsa, Okla.* 67-78--145
Pete Pennington (2002) Granbury, Texas* 72-73--145
Shaun Goodwin (2001) Spring, Texas* 70-75--145
Matt Burke (2002) Mansfield, Texas* 73-72--145
Rand Arbuckle (2001) College Station, Texas* 74-72--146
Ryan Henry (2003) Broken Arrow, Okla.* 74-72--146
Preston Lancaster (2002) Dallas, Texas* 75-71--146
Jeff Lanier (2002) Austin, Texas* 69-77--146
Matt McLaughlin (2003) Spring, Texas* 75-72--147
Nathan Piller (2001) Duncanville, Texas* 72-75--147
Derek Rogers (2002) Houston, Texas* 70-77--147
Jason Louth (2002) Victoria, Texas* 75-72--147
Brent Akins (2001) Longview, Texas* 70-77--147
Dos Goldsmith (2003) Mcallen, Texas* 74-74--148
Landon Ewing (2003) Montgomery, Texas* 78-70--148
Kyle Christman (2002) Katy, Texas* 76-72--148
Chase Thomas (2002) Dallas, Texas* 74-74--148
Cody Chance (2002) Lumberton, Texas* 75-73--148
Zac Reynolds (2003) Edmond, Okla.* 74-74--148
Landon Lee (2002) Montgomery, Texas* 74-74--148
Russell Helson (2003) Georgetown, Texas* 75-73--148
Justin Foster (2001) West Monroe, La.* 73-76--149
David Fiegelman (2002) Plano, Texas* 75-74--149
Trent Leon (2005) Dallas, Texas* 76-73--149
Jarrett Almond (2001) Austin, Texas* 75-75--150
Martin Piller (2004) Duncanville, Texas* 75-75--150
Caleb Etheredge (2002) Victoria, Texas* 77-73--150
Nick Olivarri (2004) San Antonio, Texas* 77-73--150
Bryan Baker (2002) Whitehouse, Texas* 75-75--150
Kyle Edwards (2001) Buda, Texas* 75-76--151
Jonathan Lenz (2002) San Antonio, Texas* 72-79--151
William Branch (2003) Rockwall, Texas* 81-70--151
Derek Smith (2003) Elk City, Okla.* 77-74--151
Ross Freeman (2002) Garland, Texas* 77-74--151
Scott Watson (2002) Lawton, Okla.* 80-71--151
Zach Svendsen (2003) Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas* 76-75--151
Dustin King (2001) Round Rock, Texas* 75-77--152
Greg Koch (2002) Wichita Falls, Texas* 77-75--152
Trey Todd (2003) Abilene, Texas* 72-80--152
Michael Himebaugh (2002) Palm City, Fla.* 78-74--152
Stewart Dodson (2001) Perryton, Texas* 74-79--153
Rawley Vines (2003) Austin, Texas* 75-78--153
Tommy Lopez (2001) College Station, Texas* 73-80--153
Travis Braden (2002) Magnolia, Texas* 77-77--154
Paul Stojanovich (2001) Portland, Ore.* 75-79--154
Aaron Sides (2002) Lubbock, Texas* 81-74--155
Jordan Brown (2002) Houston, Texas* 77-78--155
Sam Morrow (2001) Houston, Texas* 73-82--155
Paul Lei (2002) San Antonio, Texas* 78-77--155
Sean Howard (2001) Sweetwater, Texas* 76-79--155
Matt Briggs (2003) San Antonio, Texas* 78-77--155
Tim Ibbotson (2002) Austin, Texas* 73-82--155
Ben Smock (2003) San Antonio, Texas* 77-78--155
Cameron Kulbeth (2002) Lubbock, Texas* 77-79--156
Zach Drennan (2002) San Angelo, Texas* 79-77--156
Troy Denton (2001) Dallas, Texas* 77-79--156
Bryan Boyd (2003) Austin, Texas* 76-80--156
Blake Parks (2003) Odessa, Texas* 77-80--157
Stephen Lietzke (2002) Plano, Texas* 82-75--157
Dean Rodgers (2001) Lake Jackson, Texas* 80-77--157
Ryan Atkinson (2002) Seguin, Texas* 77-80--157
Chris Garza (2002) San Antonio, Texas* 80-77--157
Sean Reeve (2002) McAllen, Texas* 78-79--157
Gatlyn McDonald (2002) New Braunfels, Texas* 82-75--157
Tyler Otto (2001) Arlington, Texas* 77-81--158
Cody Ash (2001) Austin, Texas* 83-75--158
Jeff Irwin (2002) San Antonio, Texas* 81-77--158
Bryan Gutierrez (2001) Plano, Texas* 77-81--158
Lance Littleton (2003) San Antonio, Texas* 75-84--159
Matt Page (2002) The Woodlands, Texas* 85-75--160
Michael Haddock (2003) San Antonio, Texas* 80-82--162
Dillon Gooch (2003) Salado, Texas* 78-85--163
Ben Corbett (2002) Cypress, Texas* 82-81--163
Brian Rode (2003) Katy, Texas* 86-79--165
Kyle Allen (2001) Timpson, Texas* 83-84--167
Chance McElhaney (2002) Plano, Texas* 85-86--171


Brittany Lang (2003) McKinney, Texas* 72-70--142
Ashley Rollins (2003) Austin, Texas* 72-75--147
Michaela Cavener (2004) Ponca City, Okla.* 72-76--148
Brooke Shelton (2001) Dallas, Texas* 75-77--152
Ashley Knoll (2003) The Woodlands, Texas* 76-76--152
Stephanie Lue (2002) Houston, Texas* 76-77--153
Cindy Shin (2003) Coppell, Texas* 76-78--154
Jaclyn Stelzer (2003) Allen, Texas* 78-78--156
Stephanie Godare (2002) Houston, Texas* 78-79--157
Christa Spedding (2003) Granbury, Texas* 76-82--158
Brenda Norris (2002) Spring Branch, Texas* 79-79--158
Nicole Melton (2001) San Antonio, Texas* 80-79--159
Taylor Leon (2005) Dallas, Texas* 77-82--159
Michelle Deiasi (2002) San Antonio, Texas* 81-80--161
Joni Gossett (2001) Germantown, Tenn.* 77-85--162
Caney Hines (2005) San Antonio, Texas* 84-79--163
January Romero (2002) Albuquerque, N.M.* 82-81--163
Gena Johnson (2001) Hot Springs, Ark.* 82-81--163
Cathryn Uselton (2002) Weatherford, Texas* 82-81--163
Calais Gardner (2002) Southlake, Texas* 86-78--164
Traci Robison (2002) Arlington, Texas* 84-82--166
Julia Best (2003) Bulverde, Texas* 86-80--166
Stephanie Schaeffer (2002) New Braunfels, Texas* 84-92--176
Erin Goranson (2002) Edmond, Okla.* 90-87--177

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