Silicon Valley Am: Rd. 1 scores and Rd. 2 pairings

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SAN JOSE, Calif. (Jan. 17, 2008) -- UCLA freshman Gregor Main leads the pack heading into the second day of the amateurgolf.com Silicon Valley Amateur after firing a 5-under-par 67 at Coyote Creek Golf Club in San Jose.

John Murphy, Robert McRae and Cameron Rappleye are a stroke back at 68, while Brandon McNally and Daniel Cone also broke 70, coming in at 3-under 69.

Del Hocker leads the net division after carding a 70, while Rich Morrison's 69 was good for the senior division lead.

Full results follow: Championship Player Name Rnd 1

1 Gregor Main Danville 67 T2 Cameron Rappleye Elk Grove 68 T2 John Murphy Wilton 68 T2 Robert McRae Moraga 68 T5 Brandon McNally Burlingame 69 T5 Daniel Cone Moraga 69 T7 Eric Mina Fremont 70 T7 Ray Le Yang Rowland Heights 70 T7 Stephen Hale Berkeley 70 T10 Brett Mormann Santa Barbara 71 T10 Brian Swenson Dublin 71 T10 Erick Thorson Westlake Village 71 T10 Ian Dahl Berkeley 71 T10 Phillip Huffman Villa Park 71 T15 Andrew Moren Turlock 72 T15 Brent Booth Los Altos 72 T15 George Gandranata Emeryville 72 T15 Jake Johnson Cameron Park 72 T15 Michael Weaver Fresno 72 T15 Shaun Pienkos Saratoga 72 T21 Adam Loran San Jose 73 T21 Alexander Schmitt Tiburon 73 T21 Darryl Donovan Morgan Hill 73 T21 Dennis Carson Burlingame 73 T21 Devin Hexner San Francisco 73 T21 Grant Norton Rancho Murieta 73 T21 Jeffrey Hamm Danville 73 T21 Kent Yamane San Jose 73 T29 Brandon Van Goethen Huntington Beach 74 T29 Mark Wyllie San Jose 74 T29 Robert Goodwin Atherton 74 T29 Spencer Fletcher Los Altos 74 T33 Dan Potter Irvine 75 T33 Gary Young Mississauga, ON 75 T33 Grant Rappleye Elk Grove 75 T33 Henrik Holm Moraga 75 T33 Kyle Candlish Rancho Murieta 75 T33 Kyle Souza Livermore 75 T33 Robbie Garcia Pleasanton 75 T40 Andrew Nottenkampe Pacific Grove 76 T40 Brian O'Regan Walnut Creek 76 T40 Jamie Core Berkeley 76 T40 Jeff Petroff Tualatin 76 T40 Kevin Smith San Jose 76 T40 Marcus Briscoe Valencia 76 T40 Teddy Schrier Atwater 76 T47 Andrey Mindirgasov Pacific Grove 77 T47 Matt Montez Sacramento 77 T47 Scott Lacrosse San Jose 77 T47 Stephen Jahncke San Jose 77 T47 Steve Wilson Martinez 77 T52 Anthony Machi Pleasanton 78 T52 Chris Marin Monterey 78 T52 David Staszko San Jose 78 T52 Jay Weiss Santa Clara 78 T56 Colt Knedler Beverly Hills 79 T56 Gary Leung Morgan Hill 79 T58 John Allison Pismo Beach 80 T58 Jonny Baxter Pleasanton 80 T58 Matt Williams San Jose 80 T58 Travis Bregman Newhall 80 62 Tim Honeycutt Placerville 81 T63 Ahron Valverde Whittier 82 T63 Albert Conceicao San Jose 82 T63 Keith Schwartz San Mateo 82 T63 Richard Conlin Vancouver, BC 82 67 Lance Bishop Wilton 84 68 Tim Yager San Jose 85 T69 Mike Granelli Clayton 86 T69 Sean Nadir Los Altos 86 71 Mike Connealy Danville 87

Senior Player Name Rnd 1 1 Rich Morrison Los Gatos 69 2 Michael Donnelly Clayton 70 3 Tony Wilmer San Mateo 72 T4 Bob Reed Fremont 73 T4 Mark Miller Antioch 73 T6 Harlan Karnofsky Sacramento 74 T6 Neil Duffy Santa Cruz 74 8 Tom O'Grady Los Altos 75 9 Clem Richardson Salinas 77 10 Tom Lyons Pleasanton 78 11 Rob Thompson Merced 79 12 Bob Schoenherr San Jose 82 13 Norm Hall Atherton 86 14 Thomas Hitchcock San Mateo 90 15 Al Richardson Santa Clara 93

Net Player Name Home Rnd 1 1 Del Hocker San Jose 70 2 Noel Rush Pacifica 73 T3 Bill Strahan Burlingame 74 T3 James Grensted Belmont 74 T5 Lyle Covino san francisco 75 T5 John Gomez San Jose 75 T5 Chris Parker Danville 75 T8 Mike Sly Mountain View 76 T8 Sunil Bhalla Fremont 76 10 Bart Goldie Oakland 79 11 Scott Rhine San Jose 82 12 Scott Carelli San Francisco 85

ABOUT THE AGC Silicon Valley Amateur

The Silicon Valley Amateur is the first AmateurGolf.com tournament to have, on its past winner's list, a MAJOR champion. That would be Collin Morikawa, who won the 2016 title. Just over 4 years later, he won the PGA Championship just up the road at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco.

2021 marked the announcement of Baylands Golf Links as the tournament's new host venue. And wow, did players enjoy it. It's location in Palo Alto is fitting -- as the original garage where Hewlett Packard was founded is located there, and today's biggest tech companies dot the area map like the Canadian Geese on the fairways and wetlands near Baylands in the winter. Like Corica Park in Alameda, Baylands was recently completely redesigned as a new course from the dirt up, under the hand of architect Forrest Richardson, and the results are stunning.

This is a gross competition with Championship, Senior and Women's divisions. There will be no Net division.

For players age 25- 49. Compete alongside the younger players in the Championship Division, (same tees, same prize opportunities) and if there are at least 10 Mid-Ams, a separate prize and trophy will be awarded.

For players age 65+. Compete alongside the younger players in the Senior Division, (same tees, same prize opportunities) and a separate prize and trophy will be awarded for low super senior.

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