AJGA POSTSEASON JUNIOR AT KISSIMMEE/ST.CLOUD
Celebration Golf Club
Celebration, Fla.
September 21-23, 2001

INDIANA NATIVE STORMS INTO FLORIDA AT FIRST AJGA EVENT
Florida's Houghton and Quartararo trail in second

CELEBRATION, Fla. -- Despite more than one hour of weather delays, Stephen Conrad of Syracuse, Ind., managed to card a 3-under-par 69 Saturday to take the first round lead of the American Junior Golf Association's inaugural Postseason Junior at Kissimmee/St.Cloud at Celebration Golf Club.

The Kissimmee/St. Cloud event features 88 boys representing 24 states and is one of two 2001 Postseason Junior Series events conducted this weekend by the AJGA. Both tournaments are designed specifically for members who have tried, but have been unsuccessful in gaining entry into a 2001 AJGA tournament. The AJGA has developed this series as an avenue for members to gain additional playing opportunities at the national level.

The 15-year-old Conrad carded four birdies, giving him a one-stroke lead over his closest competitors.

"I hit every fairway and every green which helped me focus on my short game," said Conrad, a junior at Wawasee High School.

The Indiana High School All-State selection plans to carry out the same mental and physical strategy tomorrow that he executed during Saturday's first round.

"I want to play steady golf by keeping the ball in the fairway, and of course avoid getting any penalties," Conrad said.

Trailing Conrad with hopes of their first AJGA crown include Florida natives Billy Houghton and August Quartararo. Houghton of Fort Myers and Quartararo of West Palm Beach both finished one shot back after carding rounds of 2-under-par 70. Currently in fourth place is Kevin Koonts of Lexington, N.C., at even-par 72, while Nathan Ward of Hickory, N.C., and Kyle Sawicki of Orange Park, Fla., are tied for fifth at 73.

The final round begins Sunday with tee times slated for 8-9:59 a.m.

For more information about the AJGA Postseason Junior at Kissimmee/St.Cloud, contact Robin Solovey (407) 566-2571.

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CELEBRATION, Fla. -- First-round results from the POSTSEASON JUNIOR AT KISSIMMEE/ST. CLOUD conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Celebration Golf Club. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,729


Stephen Conrad (2003) Syracuse, Ind.* 34-35--69
Billy Houghton (2004) Fort Myers, Fla.* 34-36--70
August Quartararo (2004) West Palm Beach, Fla.* 37-33--70
Kevin Koonts (2003) Lexington, N.C.* 34-38--72
Nathan Ward (2004) Hickory, N.C.* 36-37--73
Kyle Sawicki (2003) Orange Park, Fla.* 37-36--73
Mark Poulsen (2003) Lake Mary, Fla.* 37-37--74
Ryan Self (2003) Lufkin, Texas* 37-37--74
Greg Wilkerson (2003) Tampa, Fla.* 36-38--74
Bill Tompkins (2003) Orlando, Fla.* 37-38--75
Mark Borne (2003) Kenner, La.* 38-37--75
Curtis Elliott (2003) Winter Park, Fla.* 36-40--76
Christopher Colomb (2002) Columbia, S.C.* 39-37--76
Dave Tiffenberg (2004) Tampa, Fla.* 37-39--76
Jeff Gerlich (2005) Austin, Texas* 34-42--76
Brian Wertz (2002) Tampa, Fla.* 38-38--76
Steven Groover (2003) Birmingham, Ala.* 39-37--76
Sterling Gould (2003) Punta Gorda Isle, Fla.* 37-40--77
Giwon Suh (2004) Eustis, Fla.* 37-40--77
Ryan Rash (2003) Maitland, Fla.* 35-42--77
John Kane (2002) San Antonio, Texas* 39-39--78
Patrick Jorgensen (2002) Grass Valley, Calif.* 38-40--78
Frank Delker (2002) Edmond, Okla.* 42-36--78
Andrew Carroll (2005) Little Rock, Ark.* 38-40--78
Cam Rogers (2004) Fort Lauderdale, Fla.* 40-38--78
Phillip Mollica (2005) Anderson, S.C.* 38-40--78
Austin McDaniel (2002) Dallas, Texas* 37-42--79
Kevin Burchett (2002) Visalia, Calif.* 38-41--79
Steve Velardi (2003) Hamden, Conn.* 38-41--79
Chris Roth (2003) Inverness, Fla.* 35-44--79
John Eicken (2003) Bradenton, Fla.* 36-43--79
Thomas Vander Hoek (2003) Visalia, Calif.* 37-42--79
Brandon Lee (2005) Fort Myers, Fla.* 40-39--79
Jon Roorda (2003) Medina, Minn.* 39-40--79
Regan Johnson (2002) Sarasota, Fla.* 42-37--79
Jacob Smith (2003) Tyler, Texas* 39-40--79
Josh Webber (2003) Dallas, Texas* 36-43--79
Jack Basford (2004) Orange Park, Fla.* 39-40--79
Matt Gesner (2003) Belle Air Beach, Fla.* 38-41--79
Tommy Jensen (2003) Daphne, Ala.* 38-41--79
Mike McKeever (2003) Wayzata, Minn.* 40-40--80
Juan Weissenberg (2003) Miami, Fla.* 40-40--80
Tommy Schroepfer (2003) Dallas, Texas* 37-43--80
Bryan Miller (2006) Rocky Face, Ga.* 41-39--80
Scott Lenz (2003) Eagan, Minn.* 38-42--80
Ashish Patel (2003) Schaumburg, Ill.* 39-41--80
Pat Morrone (2004) West Palm Beach, Fla.* 41-39--80
Austin Steele (2003) Yorktown, Ind.* 40-40--80
Bobby Hudson (2006) Memphis, Tenn.* 40-40--80
Joshua Chong (2004) Alpharetta, Ga.* 37-43--80
James Nouss (2003) St. Louis, Mo.* 41-40--81
Parker Beck (2003) Duluth, Ga.* 40-41--81
Armando Trevino (2003) Dallas, Texas* 40-41--81
James Shapard (2002) Lufkin, Texas* 41-40--81
Travis Keller (2003) La Crosse, Wis.* 35-46--81
Ben Beyer (2002) Houston, Texas* 38-43--81
Andy Zaras (2003) Miami Springs, Fla.* 39-42--81
Ned Grace (2004) Windermere, Fla.* 42-39--81
Jeff Gabriel (2003) Hidden Hills, Calif.* 38-44--82
Raj Nahal (2006) Longwood, Fla.* 42-40--82
Adam Zdunek (2003) Beaver Falls, Pa.* 42-40--82
Drew Florio (2006) Celebration, Fla.* 43-40--83
David Holzberg (2005) Mandeville, La.* 43-40--83
Harris Graham (2004) Argyle, Texas* 42-41--83
Minou Pak (2004) Bradenton, Fla.* 37-46--83
Jason Van Gennep (2002) Lynn Haven, Fla.* 37-46--83
Chris Persaud (2005) Sioux City, Iowa* 41-42--83
Joe Conroy (2003) Plymouth, Minn.* 40-43--83
Christopher Latham (2002) Leander, Texas* 41-42--83
Brandon Long (2003) Hickory, N.C.* 40-44--84
Scott Bertrand (2002) Wainscott, N.Y.* 43-42--85
Craig Page (2004) Sarasota, Fla.* 45-40--85
Garrett Kachellek (2004) Charlotte, N.C.* 39-46--85
Greg Bean (2003) Englewood, Colo.* 44-42--86
Will Ralph (2003) Fairview, Texas* 39-47--86
Joey Schalk (2004) Albuquerque, N.M.* 42-44--86
Michael Steele (2003) Merritt Island, Fla.* 42-44--86
Kent Neal (2003) Amarillo, Texas* 40-46--86
Kyle Kirk (2004) Boynton Beach, Fla.* 42-44--86
J.J. Slattery (2004) Sarasota, Fla.* 43-43--86
Andy Burns (2002) San Jose, Calif.* 43-43--86
Matthew Guthrie (2003) Portland, Ore.* 39-48--87
John Westly (2002) Asheville, N.C.* 46-42--88
Ryan Paylor (2002) Parland, Texas* 44-45--89
Peter Mosleh (2003) Carrollton, Texas* 43-48--91
Sean Sellars (2003) Inverness, Fla.* 44-48--92
Chris Buccino (2002) Falmouth, Mass.* 40-54--94
Zach Gould (2004) Punta Gorda Isle, Fla.* WD

 
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