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Keith Nolan putts on the 18th hole.

FRED ADAMS/THE TIMES LEADER

Leaders

1. Greg Chalmers…8-under

1. Brad Fritsch…8-under

1. D.A. Points…8-under

4. David Branshaw…7-under

4. Dustin Bray…7-under

6. Six tied at…6-under

Money Leaders two-round scores

1. Jarrod Lyle…70-70-140 (missed cut)

2. Brendon De Jonge …71-67-138

3. Bill Lunde …69-70-139

4. Greg Chalmers …63-69-132

5. Colt Knost …69-74-143 (missed cut)

6. Darron Stiles …71-72-143 (missed cut)

7. Casey Wittenberg (not playing)

8. Rick Price …64-70-134

9. Jeff Klauk …66-69-135

10. Greg Owen …65-70-135

Top Second Round Scores

Jeff Curl …7-under 63

Brian Kelly… 6-under 64

Brad Fritsch …5-under 65

Notables missing the cut (140 or higher)

Money leader Jarrod Lyle (140)

Chris Anderson, 25th on the money leaders list (141)

Former champion Jason Hill (142)

Scranton Prep sophomore Nick Reach (143)

Colt Knost, fifth on the money’s list (143)

Kingston resident Greg Pieczynski (144)

Notables making the cut

Reading native Rick Price (6-under)

2006 champion Craig Bowden (3-under)

Joe Daley (1-under)

Record set

Jeff Curl shot 29 on the par-35 back nine to tie the tournament record. The 29 was only scored once at Glenmaura, in the third round during the 2003 tournament by Paul Gow. Par on Glenmaura’s last nine holes is 36.

Toughest Hole

The par-4, 530-yard No. 2 hole proved to be the most difficult on Friday as only 11 birdies were made. The average score of the hole was 4.280.

Easiest Hole

Playing the fairest on Friday was the par-5, 550-yard No. 6. A total of four eagles and 50 birdies were compiled, while the average score was 4.713.

Fly Eagles Fly

Eight more eagles were carded on Friday, bringing the two-day total to 14. Four eagles were recorded each on No. 11 and No. 6. Hunter Haas, Scott Harrington, Phil Tataurangi and Josh McCumber all got to the par-5 11 in three shots, while David Branshaw, D.A. Points, Matt Bettencourt and Tim O’Neal eagled the par-5 sixth.

Birds, Birds, Birds

Jeff Curl made five straight birdies on holes 14 through 18. The tournament record for consecutive birdies was six set by Doug LaBelle III in 2006.

Through two rounds of play, Greg Chalmers and Brad Fritsch had accumulated the most birdies with 13, while Dustin Bray has 12.

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