Trophy Lake Golf and Casting
Port Orchard, Wash.
July 16-19, 2001

Creamer shoots 73 to lead in Girls Division

PORT ORCHARD, Wash. - Ryan Moore of Puyallup, Wash., fired a 3-under-par 69 to take the first-round lead in the Boys Division at the AJGA Compaq Junior Championship at Trophy Lake. Paula Creamer of Pleasanton, Calif., shot a 73 to take the opening-round lead in the Girls Division.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the third-annual AJGA Compaq Junior Championship at Trophy Lake includes an 84-player field. Of the 84, more than 40 Washingtonians are represented along with 10 states and Canada.

Moore recorded nine totals of 35 and 34 on his way to only the third score recorded in the 60's in the history of the tournament. Moore's round included an eagle on the par-5, 547-yard No. 7 after a 7-iron from 190-yards set him up for an easy putt.

Moore credited his putter for the low score, including a long par-saving putt on No. 8.

"I rolled the putter real well today," said Moore. "I saved myself a few times today with the putter and the putt on eight really kept my momentum going from the eagle on seven.

"I hit the ball real well and was able to keep it in the fairways. With all of the wind, the course was not playing easy today."

Joining Moore atop the Boys Division leaderboard after the first round are Luke Johnson, Federal Way, Wash., Sean Packer of Sumner, Wash., Johan Willhoite of Palm Desert, Calif., Mike Zefkeles of Medina, Wash., and Matthew Shin of Cerritos, Calif., all at 72.

In the Girls Division, Creamer made 13 pars in her round of 73, placing her two-shots ahead of her nearest competition.

"I hit my driver well and hit a lot of greens today," said Creamer. "I wasn't hitting it close on a lot of greens which prevented me from making birdies, but I made pars which is what the game of golf is about.

"I wasn't real sharp today, but hopefully I will comeback tomorrow and hit it closer to the flags."

Rounding out the top three of the Girls Division are Paige Mackenzie of Yakima, Wash., and Seiko Onoue of La Habra, Calif., at 75.

Second-round action begins Wednesday with tee times running from 6:30-8:27 a.m. off of the No. 1 and 10 tees.

For more information about the AJGA Compaq Junior Championship at Trophy Lake or any other AJGA event, contact tournament headquarters at (360) 874-8337, ext. 114.

PORT ORCHARD, Wash. -- First-round results from the AJGA COMPAQ JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP AT TROPHY LAKE conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Trophy Lake Golf and Casting. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,923 Girls: 5,879


Ryan Moore (2001) Puyallup, Wash.* 35-34--69
Luke Johnson (2003) Federal Way, Wash.* 36-36--72
Sean Packer (2003) Sumner, Wash.* 38-34--72
Johan Willhoite (2001) Palm Desert, Calif.* 35-37--72
Mike Zefkeles (2002) Medina, Wash.* 36-36--72
Matthew Shin (2003) Cerritos, Calif.* 35-37--72
Kyle Kent (2002) Portland, Ore.* 38-35--73
Jake Easterly (2002) Leavenworth, Wash.* 36-37--73
Trevor Branon (2002) Los Gatos, Calif.* 37-36--73
Reid Rader (2003) Kenmore, Wash.* 37-36--73
Mike McCabe (2001) Redmond, Wash.* 39-35--74
Ryan Kohler (2001) San Diego, Calif.* 37-37--74
Matt Kern (2001) Castro Valley, Calif.* 36-38--74
Andy Tolman (2003) Poulsbo, Wash.* 37-37--74
Jeff Hansen (2001) Indio, Calif.* 36-38--74
Craig Leslie (2004) Spokane, Wash.* 36-38--74
Matthew Fladwood (2003) Redmond, Ore.* 40-34--74
Kevin Wang (2001) Kirkland, Wash.* 37-38--75
Ryan Anderson (2002) Greeley, Colo.* 38-37--75
Beau Crosetto (2001) Bellevue, Wash.* 36-39--75
David Fern (2001) Spokane, Wash.* 38-37--75
Greggory Lavoie (2002) Pasco, Wash.* 39-36--75
Michael Putnam (2001) University Place, Wash.* 39-36--75
Kyle Dowden (2003) Somis, Calif.* 35-40--75
John Laws (2002) Edmonds, Wash.* 42-34--76
Dustin Frontis (2002) Yakima, Wash.* 40-36--76
Breene Murphy (2001) Los Alamitos, Calif.* 41-35--76
T.J. Snyder (2002) East Wenatchee, Wash.* 41-36--77
Joseph Kim (2003) Laguna Niguel, Calif.* 36-41--77
Christopher Packard (2004) Bremerton, Wash.* 41-36--77
Jason Puterbaugh (2002) Carlsbad, Calif.* 37-40--77
Brady Sharp (2003) Port Orchard, Wash.* 36-41--77
Danny Wendt (2002) Kingman, Ariz.* 40-37--77
Alex Prugh (2003) Spokane, Wash.* 39-39--78
Jay Snyder (2002) Vancouver, B.C.* 39-39--78
Adam Hengtgen (2002) Seattle, Wash.* 41-37--78
Paul Stojanovich (2001) Portland, Ore.* 42-36--78
Eric Ahn (2003) Tacoma, Wash.* 40-38--78
Andres Gonzales (2001) Olympia, Wash.* 41-37--78
Ryan Mahoney (2002) Saratoga, Calif.* 39-39--78
Ian Clark (2002) Federal Way, Wash.* 39-39--78
John Hausdorf (2002) Keyport, Wash.* 39-39--78
Jason Roundtree (2002) Bellevue, Wash.* 37-42--79
Matt McLean (2003) Miami, Fla.* 41-38-79
Mathew Schreiber (2001) Laguna Niguel, Calif.* 42-37--79
Robbie Turnbull (2002) Hope, Idaho* 39-40--79
Jay Ross (2002) Beaverton, Ore.* 38-42--80
Michael Hibbitt (2002) Snohomish, Wash.* 40-40--80
Jordan Williams (2002) Aurora, Colo.* 41-40--81
Cody Upham (2002) Vancouver, Wash.* 39-42--81
Sam Pauley (2002) Everett, Wash.* 39-42--81
Brendan Von Doehren (2002) Auburn, Wash.* 38-43--81
Gabe Dorosh (2002) Hayden Lake, Idaho* 43-39--82
Ryan Wright (2002) Brea, Calif.* 43-40--83
Greg McAuley (2001) Surrey, British Columbia* 45-39--84
Justin Gravatt (2002) Olympia, Wash.* 43-41--84
Richard Grove (2002) Danville, Calif.* 41-43--84
Daniel Kim (2004) Cerritos, Calif.* 44-41--85
Derek Allen (2002) Phoenix, Ariz.* 44-42--86
P.J. Marcello (2001) Mukilteo, Wash.* 40-46--86
Ryan Larson (2004) Seattle, Wash.* 45-43--88
Brent Peterson (2002) Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.* 45-44--89
Aaron Sumii (2002) Renton, Wash.* 46-47--93


Paula Creamer (2005) Pleasanton, Calif.* 37-36--73
Paige Mackenzie (2001) Yakima, Wash.* 37-38--75
Seiko Onoue (2002) La Habra, Calif.* 37-38--75
Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana (2003) Long Beach, Calif.* 39-37--76
Lindsey Bogden (2002) Sammamish, Wash.* 38-39--77
Carling Cho (2002) San Juan Capistrano, Calif.* 39-38--77
Stephanie Wei (2001) Bellevue, Wash.* 40-39--79
Sarah Bassett (2002) Spokane, Wash.* 39-40--79
Katie Street (2003) Federal Way, Wash.* 40-40--80
Katie Brophy (2002) Spokane, Wash.* 38-42--80
Carlee Hanson (2002) Bremerton, Wash.* 41-39--80
Rie Ganir (2002) Pukalani, Hawaii* 40-42--82
Margaux Brewer (2002) Shelton, Wash.* 44-38--82
Sung Lee (2002) Tacoma, Wash.* 45-38--83
Amy Wang (2003) Kirkland, Wash.* 43-40--83
Sheena Prante (2002) Olympia, Wash.* 40-44--84
Jodi Daley (2001) Kent, Wash.* 41-43--84
Allison Goodman (2005) San Diego, Calif.* 46-39--85
Alix Plaster (2003) Liberty Lake, Wash* 46-45--91
Leslie Brown (2002) Prosser, Wash.* 48-47--95
Meredith Horgan (2002) Edmonds, Wash.* 50-48--98

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