Three Oklahomans reach match play in U.S. Junior Amateur

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TRUCKEE, Calif. – Jim Liu, 17, of Smithtown, N.Y., shot a 5-under-par 67 on Tuesday to earn medalist honors for the second consecutive year in the 2013 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship at the par-72, 7,740-yard Martis Camp Club. Liu, who carded a 69 in the first round, finished at 8-under 136.

Oklahomans Tyson Reeder of Edmond Tyson Reeder, Edmond (76-71–147), Nick Heinen of Edmond (76-72 – 148) and Brad Dalke of Hobart (72-77 – 149) advanced to match play.

Liu, who shared medalist honors with two other players at last year’s U.S. Junior Amateur, becomes the third player in the championship’s history to twice earn the stroke-play medal, joining Willie Wood and Tiger Woods. Liu fashioned a bogey-free second round, one stroke off the course record.                                          

The U.S. Junior Amateur Championship consists of 36 holes of stroke play followed by six rounds of match play, with the championship scheduled to conclude with a 36-hole final on Saturday, July 27, starting at 7 a.m. PDT.

The U.S. Junior Amateur is one of 13 national championships conducted annually by the United States Golf Association, 10 of which are strictly for amateurs.

Scottie Scheffler, 17, of Dallas, who owned a piece of the first-round lead with a 67, was three strokes behind Liu with a 36-hole score of 139. He regrouped from a 2-over 38 on the outward nine with birdies on three of his last five holes. Corey Eddings, 17, of Roseville, Calif., who also shared the first-day lead, carded a 2-over 74 in the second round. He was among three players at 3-under 141 overall.

Truckee, Calif. – Results of Tuesday’s second round of stroke play at the 2013 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship, played at 7,740 yard, par-72 Martis Camp Club

*Involved in 12-for-8 playoff for final match-play spots

Jim Liu, Smithtown, N.Y. – 69-67–136

Cameron Young, Scarborough, N.Y. – 68-70–138

Scottie Scheffler, Dallas, Texas – 67-72–139

Zachary Bauchou, Forest, Va. – 70-70–140

Davis Riley, Hattiesburg, Miss. – 71-69–140

Jorge Antonio Garcia, Venezuela – 69-72–141

Corey Eddings, Roseville, Calif. – 67-74–141

Sam Horsfield, England – 70-71–141

Aaron Terrazas, Bluffton, S.C. – 69-73–142

Adam Wood, Zionsville, Ind. – 70-72–142

Wilson Furr, Jackson, Miss. – 71-71–142

William Register, Burlington, N.C. – 75-68–143

Tyler Moore, Escondido, Calif. – 71-72–143

Jack Comstock, Jacksonville, Fla. – 69-75–144

George Cunningham, Tucson, Ariz. – 69-75–144

Alvaro Ortiz, Mexico – 70-74–144

Lucas Herbert, Australia – 74-70–144

Cheng Jin, People’s Republic of China – 74-71–145

Benjamin Griffin, Chapel Hill, N.C. – 74-71–145

Ryan Ruffels, Australia – 76-69–145

Daniel Connolly, San Francisco, Calif. – 72-73–145

P. J. Samiere, Kailua, Hawaii – 74-72–146

William Gordon, Davidson, N.C. – 74-72–146

Sean Crocker, Zimbabwe – 77-69–146

Nick Hardy, Northbrook, Ill. – 74-72–146

Thaddeus Obecny II, Wheeling, W.Va. – 74-72–146

Joshua Seiple, Castle Rock, Colo. – 76-70–146

Brian Mogg, Sammamish, Wash. – 75-71–146

Patrick Murphy, Canada – 77-70–147

Cole Berman, Rosemont, Pa. – 73-74–147

Jeremy Wall, Brielle, N.J. – 71-76–147

Matthew Perrine, Austin, Texas – 74-73–147

John Augenstein, Owensboro, Ky. – 72-75–147

Tyson Reeder, Edmond, Okla. – 76-71–147

Maverick McNealy, Portola Valley, Calif. – 78-69–147

Sahith Theegala, Chino Hills, Calif. – 76-71–147

Luis Gagne, Costa Rica – 78-69–147

Nick Heinen, Edmond, Okla. – 76-72–148

Jooho Lee, Canada – 75-73–148

Will Grimmer, Cincinnati, Ohio – 74-74–148

Austin Connelly, Irving, Texas – 74-74–148

Jake Shuman, Needham, Mass. – 76-72–148

Sam Meuret, Brunswick, Neb. – 74-74–148

Jacob Joiner, Albany, Ga. – 74-74–148

Theo Humphrey, Greenwich, Conn. – 79-70–149

Justin Suh, San Jose, Calif. – 77-72–149

Jeffrey Swegle, West Des Moines, Iowa – 74-75–149

Brian Carlson, Madison, Conn. – 78-71–149

Brad Dalke, Hobart, Okla. – 72-77–149

Mitchell Schow, Ogden, Utah – 73-76–149

Corey Shaun, Encinitas, Calif. – 77-72–149

Zecheng Dou, People’s Republic of China – 80-70–150

Trevor Phillips, Inman, S.C. – 73-77–150

Keenan Huskey, Greenville, S.C. – 74-76–150

Doug Ghim, Arlington Heights, Ill. – 77-73–150

Wes Artac, Kingwood, Texas – 74-76–150

*Chase Johnson, Barberton, Ohio – 75-76–151

*Jae Hoon Kim, Republic of Korea – 74-77–151

*Coleman Self, Greenwood, S.C. – 72-79–151

*Spencer Painton, Aurora, Colo. – 80-71–151

*Matt Echelmeier, Columbia, Mo. – 76-75–151

*Matthew Lowe, Farmingdale, N.Y. – 74-77–151

*Dean Sakata, Diamond Bar, Calif. – 74-77–151

*Will Bernstein, New York, N.Y. – 78-73–151

*Ben Doyle, La Jolla, Calif. – 73-78–151

*Will Minton, Raleigh, N.C. – 74-77–151

*Victor Ponte, Camarillo, Calif. – 77-74–151

*Andy Zhang, People’s Republic of China – 79-72—151

(Failed to Qualify)

Pablo Torres, Colombia – 73-79–152

Blake Fiest, Huntersville, N.C. – 74-78–152

Max Donohue, Sioux Falls, S.D. – 81-71–152

Cole Dillon, Manhattan, Kan. – 76-76–152

Derek Castillo, Yorba Linda, Calif. – 73-79–152

Vasili Kartos, Birmingham, Ala. – 76-76–152

Bryce Evon, Canada – 74-78–152

Dan Woodbury, Upton, Mass. – 76-76–152

Jake Kelley, Littleton, Colo. – 77-75–152

Zander Lozano, Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas – 76-76–152

Aaron Guanlao, Haslet, Texas – 76-76–152

Davis Richards, China Grove, N.C. – 75-77–152

Yu-Chuan Hsiang, Rowland Heights, Calif. – 78-74–152

Aaron Wise, Lake Elsinore, Calif. – 81-71–152

Amay Poria, Morgan Hill, Calif. – 76-76–152

J. D. Hughes, Carlisle, Pa. – 76-76–152

Cameron McRae, Little Rock, Ark. – 77-76–153

Ryan Fowler, Warren, Ohio – 75-78–153

Michael Pisciotta, Alpharetta, Ga. – 74-79–153

D. J. Vogt, Louisville, Ky. – 77-76–153

Kyle Hart, Midlothian, Va. – 77-76–153

Jackson Shoenfelt, Boynton Beach, Fla. – 77-76–153

Spencer Ralston, Gainesville, Ga. – 74-79–153

Sam Burns, Shreveport, La. – 76-77–153

Cole Madey, West Linn, Ore. – 80-73–153

William Pollock, Eugene, Ore. – 75-79–154

Tiger Lee, Hong Kong China – 76-78–154

Sean Carlon, Albuquerque, N.M. – 78-76–154

Kristian Caparros, Hollywood, Fla. – 76-78–154

Sawyer Shaw, West Palm Beach, Fla. – 80-74–154

Gustavo Morantes, Venezuela – 81-73–154

Bradley Knox, Menlo Park, Calif. – 77-77–154

Jonathan Keppler, Marietta, Ga. – 77-77–154

Riley Johnson, Fargo, N.D. – 81-73–154

Edwin Yi, Beaumont, Calif. – 82-73–155

Patrick Flavin, Highwood, Ill. – 77-78–155

Paul Stankey, Eden Prairie, Minn. – 75-80–155

Blake Abercrombie, Rocklin, Calif. – 77-78–155

Caleb Proveaux, Lexington, S.C. – 78-77–155

Jalen Griffin, Ambler, Pa. – 79-76–155

Kyler Tate, Winter Garden, Fla. – 79-77–156

Marc Casullo, Canada – 78-78–156

Shuai Ming Wong, People’s Republic of China – 76-80–156

Matt Holuta, Indiana, Pa. – 82-74–156

Michael Cotton, Katy, Texas – 82-74–156

Brian Ohr, Northbrook, Ill. – 78-79–157

Jack Gianniny, Rochester, N.Y. – 80-77–157

Harrison Frye, Gastonia, N.C. – 79-78–157

Chris Navarro, Davidsonville, Md. – 80-77–157

Michael Davis, Newtown Square, Pa. – 77-80–157

Joshua Gliege, Eagle, Idaho – 83-74–157

James Beckner, Kingsport, Tenn. – 81-77–158

Paul Lei, Middleton, Mass. – 77-81–158

Ben Schlottman, Advance, N.C. – 83-75–158

Kai Ruiz, Mapleton, Utah – 81-77–158

Bradley Keyer, Henderson, Nev. – 79-79–158

Tyler Collier, Chico, Calif. – 84-74–158

Carey Bina, Villanova, Pa. – 82-77–159

Daniel Hudson, Western Springs, Ill. – 78-81–159

Easton Paxton, Riverton, Wyo. – 80-79–159

Johnny Hyun, Irvine, Calif. – 77-82–159

Aaron Wirt, Des Moines, Iowa – 81-78–159

Preston Fleenor, Mission Hills, Kan. – 81-78–159

Patrick Welch, Providence, R.I. – 82-77–159

John Souza, Phoenix, Ariz. – 82-77–159

Graysen Huff, Eagle, Idaho – 80-79–159

Johnny Jones, Flower Mound, Texas – 80-80–160

Jacob Lehman, Canada – 85-75–160

Greg Gonzalez, Riverside, Calif. – 77-83–160

Ben Huizinga, Orlando, Fla. – 79-81–160

Levi Valadez, San Antonio, Texas – 82-79–161

Caleb Ramirez, Blythe, Calif. – 79-83–162

Ivan Camilo Ramirez, Colombia – 85-77–162

Camilo Mexsen, Mexico – 81-81–162

Ben Fuller, Birmingham, Ala. – 79-84–163

Tennoshin Ogawa, Japan – 80-83–163

Samuel Sicard, Woodbury, Minn. – 85-78–163

Cody Riecks, Auburn, Calif. – 79-85–164

Carter Mobley, Waynesboro, Ga. – 82-82–164

Adam Button, Brentwood, Tenn. – 87-78–165

Tobin Niblett, Austin, Texas – 84-82–166

Jack Fitzgerald, Wilmington, N.C. – 82-84–166

Kaylor Steger, Sturtevant, Wis. – 78-89–167

Alex Blue, Cocoa Beach, Fla. – 87-81–168

Jon Pick, Canada – 82-86–168

Nicholas Mitter, Brighton, Mich. – 90-78–168

Daniel Ault, Lansing, Mich. – 85-84–169

Jacob Henny, Norwalk, Conn. – 87-86–173

 

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