Lakewood Country Club
Dallas, Texas
July 30 - August 3, 2001

Nine players within three strokes of the lead

DALLAS-Jessie Mudd of Louisville, Ky., and Tyler Ley of Santa Barbara, Calif., share the lead Wednesday at the AJGA Lucent Technologies Boys Junior Championship with 36 holes to left to play. Mudd shot a 2-under-par 69 in the second round, while Ley fired a 4-under-par 67 to grab a share of the lead. A pair of Polo Golf Junior All-Americans, Matthew Rosenfeld of Plano, Texas, and Anthony Kim of La Quinta, Calif., are lurking one-stroke back.

The 72-hole event, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, is being held at the par-71 Lakewood Country Club. The field features 132 players representing 28 states, Canada, Germany and Japan. Past champions include Tiger Woods, David Duval, Jim Furyk and Ty Tryon.

After an opening-round 67, Mudd continued to play well early with back-to-back birdies on Nos. 8 and 9 to make the turn at 2-under-par. After a pair of bogeys on Nos. 12 and 13, Mudd responded with a late birdie to finish the day at 69 and hold on to a share of the lead.

"I wanted to be close to the top after today, I just wasn't sure if I could do it," Mudd said. "I just need to keep making as many birdies as possible to keep the pressure on everyone else."

Ley started slow with a pair of early bogeys, but connected on a 35-foot eagle putt on the 491-yard, par-5 17th to get back under par and regain his momentum. Ley kept it going with birdies on four of his next five holes to move to 5-under-par on the day, before a late bogey gave him a round of 67 and a share of the lead at 136.

"I got off to a rough start, but I eagled No. 17 yesterday so I was confident coming into that hole that I could get back on track," Ley said. "Then I just fed off the momentum and started making some putts."

The 17-year-old already has an AJGA victory under his belt in 2001 after claiming the title at the AJGA La Purisima Junior.

"I came from behind to win that tournament, so it's a new situation for me to have the lead," Ley said. "Hopefully I can post some solid scores the rest of the week."

Rosenfeld, the 2000 Polo Golf Junior Player of the Year, was one of two players to tie the competitive course record with a 5-under-par 66 to jump into a tie for third place with Kim, who holed out a 3-iron from 220-yards out on the 523-yard, par-5 ninth for double eagle to put him at 69-68--137. Roberto Castro of Alpharetta, Ga., rebounded from a 77 yesterday to fire the other 66 and share low-round honors.

A pair of Texans sit in a tie for fifth at 138. Jeff Bell of Plano shot his second consecutive 69 and sits two strokes off the lead, while Chris Wheeler from Allen followed up an opening-round 70 with a 2-under-par 68.

Sixty-six players shot 148 or better over the first two rounds to survive the 36-hole cut.
Third-round action begins Thursday morning at 8 a.m. For more information regarding the AJGA Lucent Technologies Boys Junior Championship, please contact tournament headquarters at (214) 821-1491.


DALLAS -- Second-round results from the AJGA LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES BOYS JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Lakewood Country Club. Par: 36-35--71. Yardage: 6,621.


Tyler Ley (2002) Santa Barbara, Calif.* 69-67--136
Jessie Mudd (2003) Louisville, Ky.* 67-69--136
Matthew Rosenfeld (2002) Plano, Texas* 71-66--137
Anthony Kim (2003) La Quinta, Calif.* 69-68--137
Chris Wheeler (2001) Allen, Texas* 70-68--138
Jeff Bell (2002) Plano, Texas* 69-69--138
Ryan Cochran (2002) Paducah, Ky.* 71-68--139
Kevin Silva (2002) New Bedford, Mass.* 69-70--139
Darren Lundgren (2001) Ballwin, Mo.* 67-72--139
Ryan Sypniewski (2003) Radford, Va.* 69-72--141
Ryan Keeney (2002) Redmond, Wash.* 70-71--141
Kevin Larsen (2003) Santa Barbara, Calif.* 72-69--141
Colby Beckstrom (2002) N. Muskegon, Mich.* 69-72--141
Benjamin Spitz (2002) Norwell, Mass.* 73-68--141
James Vargas (2002) Miami, Fla.* 71-70--141
Neno Boonyaplanun (2003) Irvine, Calif.* 68-74--142
Tyler Leon (2003) Dallas, Texas* 71-71--142
Derek Abel (2001) Plano, Texas* 68-74--142
Roberto Castro (2003) Alpharetta, Ga.* 77-66--143
Reid Rader (2003) Kenmore, Wash.* 72-71--143
John Poucher (2001) Santa Barbara, Calif.* 69-74--143
Daniel Kush (2002) Tustin, Calif.* 70-73--143
Jeremy Frye (2003) Palestine, Texas* 73-70--143
Cale Barr (2003) Versailles, Ky.* 73-70--143
Zac Reynolds (2003) Edmond, Okla.* 72-71--143
Zack Robinson (2001) Fort Worth, Texas* 69-75--144
Robert Stone (2002) Dallas, Texas* 70-74--144
Scott Seibert (2002) Chesterfield, Mo.* 71-73--144
James Dickey (2003) Pembroke Pines, Fla.* 74-70--144
Shawn Lafontaine (2001) Cobourg, Ontario* 71-73--144
Nathan Smith (2002) Soquel, Calif.* 72-72--144
Jonathan Moore (2004) Portland, Ore.* 74-71--145
Chris Myers (2002) Gulf Breeze, Fla.* 73-72--145
Brendan Steele (2001) Idyllwild, Calif.* 71-74--145
Ryan Posey (2002) Dallas, Texas* 72-73--145
Stuart Moore (2001) Gainesville, Ga.* 75-70--145
Troy Denton (2001) Dallas, Texas* 73-72--145
Will Dodson (2002) Tulsa, Okla.* 70-75--145
Zack Miller (2003) San Rafael, Calif.* 75-71--146
Mark Baldwin (2002) Laconia, N.H.* 75-71--146
Brandon Destefano (2003) Bryan, Texas* 72-74--146
Breene Murphy (2001) Los Alamitos, Calif.* 75-71--146
T.J. Shuart (2001) Coral Springs, Fla.* 72-74--146
Hiroaki Hirai (2002) Ibaraki, Japan* 71-75--146
Trent Leon (2005) Dallas, Texas* 73-73--146
Daniel Im (2004) La Mirada, Calif.* 74-73--147
Leo Corrigan (2002) Dallas, Texas* 73-74--147
Duncan Street (2002) Bonita, Calif.* 77-70--147
Jonathan Lenz (2002) San Antonio, Texas* 73-74--147
Jeff Kiecke (2002) Austin, Texas* 74-73--147
Matt Brooks (2001) Mesa, Ariz.* 76-71--147
Evan O'Donnell (2002) Palestine, Texas* 72-75--147
Michael Putnam (2001) University Place, Wash.* 75-72--147
Peter Andrews (2002) Houston, Texas* 70-77--147
Mitch Carlson (2002) Las Vegas, Nev.* 74-73--147
Shane Bacon (2002) Marshall, Texas* 76-71--147
Jeffrey Neimeyer (2002) Georgetown, Texas* 73-74--147
Jake Lambert (2003) Jackson, Miss.* 71-77--148
Kyle Gentry (2002) Carmel, Calif.* 75-73--148
Brendon Todd (2003) Cary, N.C.* 73-75--148
Ryan Blaum (2002) Coral Gables, Fla.* 73-75--148
Drew Pigg (2002) Plano, Texas* 67-81--148
Will Armstrong (2002) Austin, Texas* 72-76--148
Seiji Hirai (2003) Hagerstown, Md.* 70-78--148
Shane Sigsbee (2003) McKinney, Texas* 74-74--148
Brett Carter (2002) Phoenix, Ariz.* 73-75--148


Jason Louth (2002) Victoria, Texas* 75-74--149
Jason Woyak (2003) Pace, Fla.* 76-73--149
Adam Condello (2001) Fairport, N.Y.* 75-74--149
James Minahan (2004) Spring, Texas* 75-74--149
Jonathan Taruc (2003) Las Vegas, Nev.* 74-75--149
Sean Szerencsits (2002) Coplay, Pa.* 77-72--149
Tarik Can (2004) New York, N.Y.* 76-73--149
Adam Cohan (2004) Wayne, Pa.* 78-71--149
Sean Reeve (2002) McAllen, Texas* 73-76--149
Tyler Kief (2002) Kingwood, Texas* 68-81--149
Danny Wendt (2002) Kingman, Ariz.* 72-77--149
Bryan Baker (2002) Whitehouse, Texas* 75-75--150
Andres Gonzales (2001) Olympia, Wash.* 78-72--150
Marco Poccia (2002) Gansevoort, N.Y.* 75-75--150
Thomas Jordan (2002) Sea Island, Ga.* 76-74--150
Ted Smith (2002) Westlake, Ohio* 76-74--150
Tom Lefebvre (2001) Camp Lejeune, N.C.* 73-77--150
Kyle Metzler (2002) Rancho Murieta, Calif.* 77-73--150
Ryne Rindfleisch (2001) Murrieta, Calif.* 77-73--150
Tommy Lopez (2001) College Station, Texas* 73-77--150
Andy Pope (2002) Glen Ellyn, Ill.* 75-76--151
Alex Wilson (2002) Coral Gables, Fla.* 69-82--151
Matt Kern (2001) Castro Valley, Calif.* 80-71--151
Chase Thomas (2002) Dallas, Texas* 73-78--151
Erik Olson (2002) Renton, Wash.* 75-76--151
Luke List (2003) Ringgold, Ga.* 71-80--151
Arthur Beecherl (2002) Dallas, Texas* 80-71--151
Charlie Santaularia (2001) Lawrence, Kan.* 75-76--151
Casey Fowles (2002) Delta, Utah* 74-77--151
Casey Jones (2002) Granbury, Texas* 77-74--151
Kevin Schultz (2004) Richardson, Texas* 77-74--151
Jeff Bopp (2001) Katy, Texas* 76-75--151
Kyle Nathan (2002) Winnetka, Ill.* 79-72--151
Chris Elliott (2002) Plano, Texas* 76-75--151
Chris Myers (2003) Southlake, Texas* 76-75--151
Rawley Vines (2003) Austin, Texas* 75-76--151
Michael Haddock (2003) San Antonio, Texas* 73-79--152
Jake Hermes (2004) Durango, Colo.* 71-81--152
Scott Weber (2002) Lake Forest, Ill.* 80-72--152
Ryan Henry (2003) Broken Arrow, Okla.* 77-75--152
Adam Swope (2001) Wesley Chapel, Fla.* 77-75--152
Clayton Broyles (2004) West Monroe, La.* 76-76--152
Jimmy Yandell (2001) Tucson, Ariz.* 76-76--152
Shaun Goodwin (2001) Spring, Texas* 79-73--152
Ross Freeman (2002) Garland, Texas* 70-82--152
Brad Tilley (2002) Chappaqua, N.Y.* 81-72--153
Matt Page (2002) The Woodlands, Texas* 82-71--153
Danny Zimmerman (2004) Verona, Wis.* 78-75--153
Yuta Kajiyama (2003) Palm Springs, Calif.* 80-73--153
Pansing Singhaseni (2002) Beverly Hills, Calif.* 80-74--154
David Harris (2002) Munich, Germany* 80-74--154
Taylor Palmer (2002) Edmond, Okla.* 79-75--154
Michael Feuerstein (2002) La Jolla, Calif.* 79-76--155
T.J. Blandford (2001) Paradise Valley, Ariz.* 80-75--155
Randy Lowry (2005) Spring, Texas* 85-70--155
Preston Lancaster (2002) Dallas, Texas* 77-78--155
Clarke Kincaid (2004) Trophy Club, Texas* 77-78--155
Ryan Rainer (2001) Norman, Okla.* 76-80--156
Dillon Dougherty (2001) Woodland, Calif.* 77-80--157
Stewart Dodson (2001) Perryton, Texas* 80-80--160
Rick Szirbik (2002) Kingwood, Texas* 76-84--160
Steven Bain (2003) Lake Mary, Fla.* 85-76--161
Butler Melnyk (2001) Jacksonville, Fla.* 83-78--161
Graham Worsham (2001) Nashville, Tenn.* 83-79--162
Andrew Dresser (2002) Carrollton, Texas* 87-WD (Illness)
Jay Choi (2002) Buena Park, Calif.* WD (Illness)

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