Paradise Point Golf Course - Gold Course
Camp Lejeune, N.C. • June 20 - 23

Morris takes a 2-shot lead in Girls Division

JACKSONVILLE, N.C. — Amidst the brilliant sunshine and waving American flags on the tee grounds, Bud Cauley of Jacksonville, Fla., shot a second-round 71 to maintain a one-shot lead with a tournament total of 69-71—140 in the Nike Golf Junior at Jacksonville. Rachel Morris of Carlsbad, Calif., shot a solid even-par 72 to take a 2-shot lead in the Girls Division with a two-round total of 74-72—146.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the Nike Golf Junior at Jacksonville is one of nine tournaments on the 2005 Nike Golf Junior All-Star Series schedule and highlights 70 of the nation's best junior golfers. The 54-hole event is being played on the Gold Course at Paradise Point—the oldest 18-hole golf course in the Marine Corps. The field features junior golfers from 20 states, including 15 from the state of North Carolina.

Carding his second sub-par round, Cauley made three birdies and one eagle to keep him atop the leaderboard.

“I made an eagle on No. 6 and toward the end I was really playing decent,” said Cauley. “I knew this was my last tournament, and I just want to go out and make birdies tomorrow.”

Alexander Sitompul of Bradenton, Fla., fired a 4-under-par 68 to move into second with a tournament total of 73-68—141. Tripp Mcallister of Lake City, S.C. also shot a 4-under-par 68 for third at 74-68—142. Drew Page of Waynesville, N.C., shot a 70-73—143, good for fourth place. Rounding out the top five are Blake Redmond of Sugar Land, Texas, and Dane Voss of Jonesborough, Tenn., both with tournament totals of 73-71—144.

Thirteen-year-old Morris said it was the 20-yard chip-in for birdie on her third hole that gave her the confidence to continue scoring well throughout the day.

“I was playing solid—hitting most of my greens and making par,” said Morris. “Tomorrow, I need to keep hitting my greens and giving myself the chance for birdies.”

First-round leader Cheyenne Woods of Phoenix, fell to second with a two-round total of 73-75—148, and Louisa Yang of Suwanee, Ga., moved into the top-three with a total of 76-75—151.

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Final-round tee-times will run from 7:30-9:09 a.m. off the Nos. 1 and 10 tees at the Paradise Point — Gold Course. For more information on the Nike Golf Junior at Jacksonville, please contact Tournament Headquarters at (910) 451-5445.


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