Nashville's Crockett, Keene Leading Mid-Amateur After Two Rounds

Signal Mountain's Baird Tied For 17th

Wednesday, September 26, 2007 - by by special report to The Chattanoogan

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. -- Nashville's Dan Crockett and Charlie Keene are tied for the lead in the State Mid-Amateur Golf Championship after two rounds.

Crockett and Keene are each at 8-under 136 entering Thursday's final round at the Clarksville Golf and Country Club.

Franklin's Craig McElhaney is third at 5-under 139.

Riceville's Bob Rice is tied for 10th at 2-over 146 and Signal Mountain's Tom Baird is tied for 17th at 4-over 148.

Cleveland's Ryan Hulton is at 6-over 150 and tied for 28th.

The field was cut at plus 7 for Thursday's final round.

Place Player To Par Thru Current 1 2 3 Total
T1 Dan Crockett, Nashville -8 F -5 69 67 136
T1 Charlie Keene, Nashville, TN -8 F -3 67 69 136
3 Craig McElhaney, Franklin -5 F -3 70 69 139
4 David Salyers, Huntingdon -4 F -2 70 70 140
5 Bryan Rodgers, Knoxville -2 F -3 73 69 142
T6 Chris Payne, GALLATIN TN E F -1 73 71 144
T6 Jon Tucker, Sevierville, TN E F +1 71 73 144
T8 Billy Joe Green, Franklin +1 F -1 74 71 145
T8 Fred McCord, Collierville, TN +1 F -1 74 71 145
T10 Erin McDonald, Memphis +2 F +1 73 73 146
T10 Bob Rice, Riceville, TN +2 F +1 73 73 146
T10 David Sciortino, Jr., Franklin +2 F +3 71 75 146
T10 Kenny Wilson, Murfreesboro +2 F +4 70 76 146
T14 Jerry Marifke, Colierville +3 F E 75 72 147
T14 Steve McDonald, Nashville, TN +3 F +2 73 74 147
T14 James Duttweiler, Clarksville, TN +3 F +4 71 76 147
T17 Ben Fisher, Germantown +4 F E 76 72 148
T17 Bjorn Svedin, Hendersonville +4 F E 76 72 148
T17 Dustin Davidson, Hendersonville, TN +4 F E 76 72 148
T17 Gregory Guinn, Clarksville +4 F +1 75 73 148
T17 Tom Baird, Signal Mountain, TN +4 F +3 73 75 148
T17 Philip Guess, Franklin, TN +4 F +4 72 76 148
T23 Ron Waters, Alcoa +5 F +1 76 73 149
T23 Web Hutchings, Murfreesboro, TN +5 F +1 76 73 149
T23 Mike Harris, Germantown, TN +5 F +2 75 74 149
T23 Brad Reese, Fairview +5 F +3 74 75 149
T23 Bill Hardin, Kingsport, TN +5 F -1 78 71 149
T28 Doug Harris, Franklin, TN +6 F +1 77 73 150
T28 Michael Bailey, Nashville +6 F +1 77 73 150
T28 Tom Provow, Murfreesboro, TN +6 F +1 77 73 150
T28 Gary Slayden, Murfreesboro, TN +6 F +1 77 73 150
T28 Bob Geil, Nashville, TN +6 F E 78 72 150
T28 Jimmy Whitman, Greenbrier, TN +6 F E 78 72 150
T28 Chuck Miles, Lakeland, TN +6 F E 78 72 150
T28 Ryan Hulton, Cleveland, TN +6 F +6 72 78 150
T36 Earnie Brown, Fairfield Glade +7 F +2 77 74 151
T36 Jeff Manley, Jackson +7 F +4 75 76 151
T36 Bobby Brannon, Brentwood +7 F +6 73 78 151

CUT PLAYERS

CUT Charles May, Nashville +8
CUT Kevin Mullins, Savannah, TN +8
CUT Hunter Robinette, Mt. Pleasant, TN +8
CUT Bob Clark, Cordova, TN +8
CUT Jason Smith, Medina, TN +8
CUT B.J. Parker, Nashville, TN +8
CUT Tim Moore, Morristown, TN +8
CUT Jim Brannen, Clarksville, TN +8
CUT Bill Garner, Germantown, TN +8
CUT Matt Baker, Clarksville, TN +8
CUT Todd Moreland, Chattanooga, TN +8
CUT William Koellein, Franklin, TN +8
CUT Brad Moss, Brentwood +8
CUT John Zubkus, Murfreesboro, TN +8
CUT Chris Badciong, Germantown, TN +8
CUT David Stevens, Smyrna, TN +8
CUT Tim Huff, Nashville, TN +8
CUT Jeffrey Johnson, Bartlett +9
CUT Michael Smith, Murfreesboro, TN +9
CUT Ray Hockaday, Brentwood, TN +9
CUT Todd Jackson, Franklin, TN +9
CUT Craig Beatse, Middleton, TN +9
CUT Harry Tarpley, Hendersonville +9
CUT Chad McDonald, Cookeville, TN +9
CUT Joe Butt, Bristol, TN +9
CUT David Russell, Clarksville, TN +10
CUT Brad Helton, Knoxville, TN +10
CUT John Lambert, Hixson, TN +10
CUT Roy Matlock, Nashville, TN +10
CUT David McIllwain, Hendersonville +10
CUT Lyman A. Fulton, Johnson City, Tn. +10
CUT Matt Hawkins, Franklin, TN +10
CUT Gary Simpson, Germantown, TN +10
CUT Clint Powell, Hermitage, TN +10
CUT Jody Lawrence, Franklin, TN +10
CUT Mike Farrar, Kenton, TN +10
CUT Ryan Jacobs, Nashville, TN +10
CUT Matt Jenne, Cleveland, TN +10
CUT Jeff Navarre, Lakeland, TN +11
CUT Eric Johnson, Knoxville, TN +11
CUT Michael Kellam , Brentwood, TN +11
CUT Mike Tankersley, Lewisburg +11
CUT Bradley Bufkin, Knoxville, TN +11
CUT David McKenna, Hixon, TN +11
CUT Mike Findley, Nashville, TN +11
CUT Todd Garten, Collierville, TN +11
CUT Andy Williams, Cleveland, TN +12
CUT Tim Pugh, Brentwood, TN +12
CUT Mike Moore, Hendersonville, TN +12
CUT Stephen Johnson, Collierville, TN +12
CUT Bill Thomas, Nashville, TN +12
CUT Ward Dillard, Franklin, TN +12
CUT Thomas Finney, Collierville, TN +12
CUT Doug Entz, College Grove, TN +12
CUT Jason Gregory, Knoxville, TN +12
CUT Bill Crawford, Nashville, TN +13
CUT Jim Smith, Clarksville, TN +13
CUT Chuck Thompson, Jackson, TN +13
CUT Mike Craig, Chattanooga, TN +13
CUT Stewart Lawwill, Hixson, TN +13
CUT Rob Garland, Nashville +14
CUT Kevin Cartledge, Knoxville, TN +14
CUT Jeff Hollis, Gallatin, TN +14
CUT Skye Luque, Nashville, TN +14
CUT Mark King, Knoxville, TN +14
CUT Lenny Sisselman, Nashville, TN +15
CUT Jeff Houck, Manchester, TN +15
CUT David Bailey, Pleasant View, TN +15
CUT Jason Hogue, Signal Mountain, TN +16
CUT Neil Turner, Franklin, TN +16
CUT Ryan Bennett, Nashville, TN +17
CUT Tom Lovell, Jackson, TN +17
CUT Patrick Rinard, Knoxville, TN +20
CUT Thomas Gallant, Chattanooga, TN +22
WD Jerome Brown, Knoxville, TN +4
WD Andy White, Signal Mountain, TN +6
WD Bill Roach, Sr., Knoxville, TN +7
WD Jeff Jones, Nashville, TN
WD Matt Penland, Sevierville
WD Steve Schultz, Adams, TN
DQ Kyle Hasty, Brentwood, TN
DQ Will Kegley, Knoxville, TN

(E-mail Stan Crawley at wscrawley@earthlink.net)


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