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July 31. 2013 8:38PM

Barrett fires 65 to take NHGA Stroke Play lead


Damon Salo watches his ball on the 14th fairway during the New Hampshire Golf Association's Stroke Play Championship at Green Meadow Golf Club in Hudson Wednesday. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)


Josh Chamberlain eyes his putt on the 13th hole during the NH Golf Association's Stroke Play Championship at Green Meadow Golf Club in Hudson on Wednesday. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)


NHGA STROKE PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP

At Green Meadow Golf Club, Jungle Course, Hudson
6,940 Yards; Par 72
Second Round, Wednesday

Chelso Barrett 74-65--139
Damon Salo 71-69--140
Jake Nutter 72-69--141
Connor Greenleaf 74-68--142
Josh Chamberlain 71-72--143
Ryan Kohler 72-71--143
Joe Toland 69-74--143
Tyler Silver 72-72--144
Griffin Brown 73-72--145
Jeff Sullivan 72-74--146
Ian Landry 72-75--147
Dylan Cowette 72-75--147
Ryan Tombs 74-73--147
Alexander Correia 74-73--147
Jim Cilley 75-73--148
Joe Leavitt 71-77--148
Ryan Butler 75-73--148
Jon Malloy 74-74--148
Nick Fairweather 74-74--148
Dan Kokosa 73-75--148
Scott Underhill 74-74--148
Craig Steckowych 74-75--149
Colin Barnea 78-71--149
Andrew Jankowski 73-76--149
Eric Soderman 72-78--150
Dan Kish 76-74--150
Daniel Arvanitis 74-77--151
Sean Lacey 77-74--151
Michael Martel 76-75--151
John DeVito 75-76--151
Cameron Salo 74-77--151
Fletcher Sokul 76-75--151
CJ Konkowski 78-73--151
David Kane 75-77--152
Ricky Bergevin 77-75--152
Austin Fox 78-74--152
Alex von Svoboda 78-74--152
Jamin Somero 77-76--153
Josh LaCasse 82-71--153
Roman Ojala 79-74--153
Ethan Aube 80-73--153

Missed the cut

Kevin Ferendo 78-76--154
Ryan Fuller 74-80--154
Taylor Simpson 76-78--154
Rob Zimmerman Jr. 79-76--155
Tim Manwaring 79-76--155
Doug Champagne 81-74--155
Bob Landry 79-77--156
Patrick Paulson 80-76--156
Peter Beaulieu 80-76--156
Andrew Page 80-76--156
Steve Lane 79-77--156
Jeffrey Cohen 82-75--157
Bo Harris 78-79--157
Brendan O’Sullivan 77-80--157
Curt Graham 84-73--157
Jeffrey Weishaar 79-78--157
Bryce Salo 76-82--158
Allen Pattee 81-77--158
Justin Benson 79-79--158
Nate Choukas 84-74--158
Jonah Choe 79-79--158
Adam Godbout 78-80--158
Ryan Friel 79-79--158
Matt Buechner 81-77--158
Keith Taylor 80-78--158
Zach Pollard 76-83--159
Samuel Fuller 79-80--159
Lance Pelley 81-79--160
Larry Nuttall 83-77--160
Richard Dichard 81-79--160
Glenn Guillemette 80-81--161
Jeff Lundin 83-78--161
Jim Tokanel 79-82--161
Roger Larrivee 82-79--161
Adam Dolan 87-74--161
Sean Warneke 85-76--161
Keith Boyle 79-83--162
Pete Desjardins 82-80--162
Scott Rankins 84-78--162
Dave Trudel 84-78--162
Mario Sousa 87-76--163
Bill Cahill 84-80--164
Kevin Desjardins 83-82--165
David Sochanek 84-82--166
Benjamin Robinson 81-86--167
William Herrmann 82-86--168
Tyler Nadeau 87-81--168
Bob Underhill Jr. 84-85--169
Michael Schnell 84-86--170
Don Kossuth 86-85--171
Mattson Rosenbaum 88-83--171
Anthony Battelle 87-85--172
Chris Kinney 86-86--172
Jonathan Stevens 90-85--175
Gavin Brickley 94-84--178
Brian Rix 85-WD--WD

Chelso Barrett of Bretwood Golf Club fired a seven-under-par 65 round to take a one-stroke lead into today's final rounds of the 54-hole New Hampshire Golf Association's Stroke Play Championship at Green Meadow Golf Club in Hudson's Jungle Course.

A total of 41 players made the cut. Players will play 36 holes today.

Barrett, coming off a two-over 74 round on Tuesday, scorched the front nine yesterday, for a five-under 31 score at the turn. He made birdie on the first two holes and eagled the par 5, third hole. His other birdie on the front side came on hole six.

Barrett went on to birdie holes 10, 16 and 18, closing his day with a 31-34-65 round. After making five bogeys in round one, he only had one on hole 17 yesterday.

Overall in two days, he has converted an eagle, 11 birdies and 17 pars. Barrett is five-under overall in the tournament.

Just one stroke behind Barrett is Damon Salo (71-69-140) of The Shattuck Golf Club. Third place belongs to Bedford's Jake Nutter (72-69-141) of Manchester CC and in fourth place is Connor Greenleaf (74-68-142) of Windham CC.

Salo was even at the turn before making birdie on holes 10, 12 and 18 to finish three-under for the day and four-under for the tournament.

Nutter started out shaky on the front side, making bogey on hole four and double bogey on hole five. He did birdie three holes to make the turn even and proceeded to birdie three more holes to finish his round three-under.

Greenleaf nearly matched Barrett's hot start with four birdies on the front side for a 32 score, but cooled off a bit over the final nine holes. He bogeyed holes 11 and 17 and birdied holes 13 and 15.

First round leader Joe Toland of Hanover CC (69-74-143) slipped into a three way tie for fifth place with Josh Chamberlain (71-72-143) of Crotched Mountain Golf Club and defending champion Ryan Kohler (72-71-143) of Hooper Golf Club.

Rounding out the top 10 are Tyler Silver (72-72-144) of Hanover CC, Griffin Brown of Overlook (73-72-145) and Jeff Sullivan of Sky Meadow (72-74-146).


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