Weather Postpones Second Round


Canadian Tour-LargeWINTERGREEN, Va. -- Mother Nature has been the big winner over the first two days of the Lewis Chitengwa Memorial Championship. Friday saw the completion of the first round and the start of the second.
However, weather delayed action late Friday afternoon and eventually caused the suspension of play for the evening. The second round will resume Saturday morning at 7:30 a.m. EDT. The third round will begin approximately 30 minutes after the completion of round two.
Dirk Ayers and Michael Harris share first place at 7 under par. Both players have completed 12 holes of their second rounds.
Erik Compton, who won the Central Valley Classic earlier this year, shares the clubhouse lead at 6-under-par 138. He is joined there by Chris Wollmann, Chris Wood and Alex Rocha. Paul Danielson also stands at minus-6 through 12 holes.
Robert Hamilton (12 holes), Rob Labritz (12), Chris Locker (12) and Matt Seppanen (9) share eighth place at minus-5.
Chris Wisler and Stephen Moskal are one stroke further back at 4-under-par 140. They are joined there by Stephen Gangluff (12 holes), Bryan Wright (9), Chris Carnahan (9) and Steve Scott (9).
First-round leader Kyle Kovacs struggled to a second round 3-over 75. He shares 25th place at minus-2.
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