Wethersfield Country Club
Wethersfield, Conn.
August 20-23, 2001

White maintains lead in Girls Division with 75

WETHERSFIELD, Conn.-Kellen Altman of Myrtle Beach, S.C., fired a 3-under-par 68 Wednesday to jump into the Boys Division lead at the AJGA Greater Hartford Jaycees Junior Classic. Kristen White of Doylestown, Pa., maintained her lead in the Girls Division by posting a second-round 75.

The 54-hole event, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, features 99 players representing 17 states, the District of Columbia and Canada. Wethersfield Country Club is playing host to the tournament.

The 17-year-old Altman made a strong charge late in his round with birdies on Nos. 11, 14, 16 and 18 to post his 3-under 68 and move to 3-under-par for the tournament.

"I didn't miss anything that counted," Altman said. "I wanted to come out and play solid mentally and not give up any shots. The three-putt bogey on nine set me back a bit but the four birdies on the back nine more than made up for that hole. The putts just kept falling for me today."

Altman finished in a tie for 10th at the AJGA Henry-Griffitts Junior at Furman and in a tie for 12th at the AJGA PING Myrtle Beach Junior Classic earlier this year. He will try to improve on those finishes Thursday.

Mark Baldwin of Laconia, N.H., carded a 1-under 70 to jump into a tie for second at 140 with first-round leader Zack Amole of Denver, Pa. Baldwin birdied two of the first three holes and added a birdie on the 10th hole to finish the day at 2-under-par for the tournament while Amole made two birdies and three bogeys in his second round.

John Browndorf of Rumson, N.J., posted a 3-over 74 and stands in fourth at 1-over 143. Phillip Telliard of Riverside, Calif., and Dennis Gosier of Gansevoort, N.Y., enter the final round tied for fifth at 144.

In the Girls Division, White played through a rough start and used some concentration on the last two holes to maintain a two-stroke lead at 143.

"I'm disappointed with my score today but I'm proud of myself for not blowing up out there. I hit it in the water on 16 but still made bogey and I drained an 8-footer for par on 17 after hitting my tee shot in the deep rough on the left."

White looks to improve on third-place finishes at both the Lessing's AJGA Classic last week and the AJGA Indiana Junior Classic earlier this year.

Defending champion Elizabeth Janangelo of West Hartford, Conn., made three birdies in her round to shoot a 2-over 73 and stands in second place at 145. Sukjin Lee of Toms River, N.J., stands in third after carding an even-par 71.

Final-round action begins Thursday morning at 7 a.m. off the No. 1 tee at Wethersfield Country Club. For more information about the AJGA Greater Hartford Jaycees Junior Classic, please contact tournament headquarters at (860) 563-2982.


WETHERSFIELD, Conn. -- Second-round results from the AJGA GREATER HARTFORD JAYCEES JUNIOR CLASSIC conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Wethersfield Country Club. Par: 35-36--71. Yardage: Boys: 6,551; Girls: 5,887.


Kellen Altman (2002) Myrtle Beach, S.C.* 71-68--139
Zack Amole (2002) Denver, Pa.* 68-72--140
Mark Baldwin (2002) Laconia, N.H.* 70-70--140
John Browndorf (2002) Rumson, N.J.* 69-74--143
Phillip Telliard (2003) Riverside, Calif.* 71-73--144
Dennis Gosier (2002) Gansevoort, N.Y.* 71-73--144
Brett Lange (2004) Atlanta, Ga.* 75-70--145
Jon Curran (2005) Hopkinton, Mass.* 74-71--145
Stefan Wistorf (2002) Niceville, Fla.* 71-74--145
Daniel Day (2002) Cheshire, Conn.* 73-73--146
Chanin Puntawong (2006) Bradenton, Fla.* 75-72--147
Christian Davis (2002) Scranton, Pa.* 73-74--147
Greg Rodgers (2004) Phoenix, Md.* 75-72--147
Aaron Kim (2003) Clifton, Va.* 73-74--147
Jace Strandberg (2003) Greensboro, N.C.* 72-75--147
David Policano (2002) Ramsey, N.J.* 75-73--148
Chris Morrison (2005) Avon, Conn.* 76-72--148
Thomas Eckler (2002) Pittsford, N.Y.* 70-78--148
Matt McLean (2003) Miami, Fla.* 74-74--148
Tony Dibitetto (2002) Rochester, N.Y.* 76-73--149
Thomas Feldman (2002) Washington, D.C.* 75-74--149
Shawn Warren (2003) Windham, Maine* 71-78--149
Charlie Sahlman (2002) Weston, Mass.* 76-74--150
Jon McLean (2004) Miami, Fla.* 74-76--150
Brendan Lynch (2001) Avon, Conn.* 74-76--150
Erik Easton (2002) Granby, Conn.* 76-74--150
Brent Herlihy (2003) Glens Falls, N.Y.* 74-76--150
Marc Mazza (2002) Elmira, N.Y.* 74-76--150
D.J. Hynes (2001) Wellesley Hills, Mass.* 78-73--151
Greg Sampson (2002) Warren, R.I.* 78-73--151
David Larado (2002) Sayville, N.Y.* 76-75--151
Ryan McCarty (2003) Voorhees, N.J.* 75-76--151
Brian Hart (2002) Somerset, N.J.* 75-77--152
Shea Burns (2003) Southport, Conn.* 81-71--152
Rick Reissman (2002) Suffern, N.Y.* 77-75--152
Jeremiah Shields (2002) Ottawa, Ontario* 76-77--153
Timothy Seeley (2002) Lake George, N.Y.* 78-75--153
Lance McGray (2001) Harwinton, Conn.* 76-77--153
Justin Jarvis (2002) Baltimore, Md.* 78-75--153
David Dankmyer (2002) Gibsonia, Pa.* 74-79--153
Brett Levy (2002) Brookline, Mass.* 73-80--153
Edward Crowley (2002) Woodbridge, Conn.* 75-78--153
Christopher Fenimore (2002) Great Falls, Va.* 78-76--154
Michael McCampbell (2003) Barrington, R.I.* 75-79--154
Adam Kolloff (2002) Stow, Mass.* 76-78--154
Brian Cawley (2002) Lynnfield, Mass.* 79-75--154
Scott Chisholm (2003) Essex Fells, N.J.* 78-76--154
Marc Matalavage (2002) Mechanicsburg, Pa.* 78-76--154
Mark Matza (2003) Southbury, Conn.* 76-78--154
Benjamin Stranzl (2002) Cherryville, Pa.* 77-77--154
Billy Maguire (2002) Rumford, R.I.* 76-79--155
Greg Franko (2004) Uniontown, Pa.* 82-73--155
Ty Callahan (2003) Tampa, Fla.* 77-78--155
Steve Grise (2002) Simsbury, Conn.* 77-78--155
Todd Czepiel (2002) Boonville, N.Y.* 78-77--155
Randall Hanke (2003) New York, N.Y.* 81-75--156
Bobby Pandolfi (2002) South Yarmouth, Mass.* 79-77--156
Chaki Kobayashi (2002) Newington, Conn.* 76-81--157
Patrick Prior (2002) Cheshire, Conn.* 82-75--157
Brendon Ray (2002) Norfolk, Mass.* 82-75--157
Daniel Diggs (2001) Danbury, Conn.* 81-76--157
Marco Poccia (2002) Gansevoort, N.Y.* 74-84--158
Tyler Whitney (2002) Hanover, N.H.* 78-80--158
Patrick Broadus (2004) Atlanta, Ga.* 80-78--158
Ryan Fraser (2003) Egg Harbor Township, N.J.* 77-81--158
Chris Flatley (2002) Darien, Conn.* 77-82--159
Mike Lebow (2002) Royersford, Pa.* 81-79--160
Ryan Sheflott (2003) Avon, Conn.* 83-77--160
Kevin Kaye (2002) West Henrietta, N.Y.* 82-78--160
Logan Terry (2002) Plymouth Meeting, Pa.* 83-77--160
Daniel Berger (2002) Ellenville, N.Y.* 79-82--161
Brad Godette (2002) Saratoga Springs, N.Y.* 78-83--161
Chris Clarke (2002) East Hampton, N.Y.* 81-80--161
James Dougherty (2002) Saugerties, N.Y.* 81-81--162
Scott Spranklin (2002) Columbia, Md.* 85-79--164
Daniel Barrett (2002) Lisbon, Conn.* 86-78--164
Matt Demaro (2002) Newburgh, N.Y.* 81-83--164
Dean Gultula (2002) Haskell, N.J.* 84-81--165
Robby Walizer (2003) State College, Pa.* 85-82--167
Cody Clement (2002) Rochester, N.Y.* 87-80--167
Mark Longmore (2002) Glastonbury, Conn.* 86-85--171
Ryan Nachit (2002) St. Petersburg, Fla.* 90-82--172
Chris Rohrs (2004) Simsbury, Conn.* 88-88--176
Matt Sheldon (2002) Wolfeboro, N.H.* DQ (Rule 6-6b)


Kristen White (2001) Doylestown, Pa.* 68-75--143
Elizabeth Janangelo (2002) West Hartford, Conn.* 72-73--145
Sukjin Lee (2005) Toms River, N.J.* 76-71--147
Mary Ellen Grzebien (2001) Saunderstown, R.I.* 71-79--150
Anna Grzebien (2003) Saunderstown, R.I.* 74-76--150
Jeannine Mondesando (2002) Mahwah, N.J.* 73-78--151
Emma Stachowicz (2002) Pacific Palisades, Calif.* 77-74--151
Sara Huber (2002) Carlsbad, Calif.* 79-73--152
Haley Gildea (2002) East Greenwich, R.I.* 73-79--152
Liz Friel (2002) Hollis, N.H.* 76-79--155
Jaclyn Stelzer (2003) Allen, Texas* 84-77--161
Katie Stepanek (2003) Guilford, Conn.* 85-81--166
Sarah Bassett (2002) Spokane, Wash.* 84-83--167
Jacqueline Dickey (2005) Pembroke Pines, Fla.* 92-84--176
Taylor Deimantas (2004) Greenville, N.C.* 92-86--178

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