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Morgan takes the lead at WSCGA Am

Spartanburg’s Anna Morgan shot a second round 3-under par 69 to take the lead at the WSCGA Amateur. (File Photo from CGA)

Anna Morgan already has won a WSCGA tournament this year and could be on the verge of claiming an even bigger title.

The Spartanburg junior has the lead at the WSCGA Amateur championship being played at Thornblade Club in Greer.

Morgan carded one of only two under par rounds when she posted a 3-under par 69 to move into the lead of the 54 hole championship.

The winner of the WSCGA Green Valley Junior Classic last month made four birdies and only one bogey. Two of her birdies came on a pair of the difficult par 3 holes at Thornblade.

James Madison University golfer Morgan Cox starts the final round 3 shots off the lead. (File photo)

James Madison University golfer Morgan Cox moved up to second place after shooting a two day total of 2 over par. The college golfer from Pickens trails Morgan by three shots going into the final round.

Reona Hirai a rising senior at Furman from Summerville is tied for third place with the SCJGA Junior Girls Player of the Year Gracyn Burgess from Lexington. Both golfers shot 3-over par 75 for a 147 total.

First round leader Anne Taylor Hough from Spartanburg shot a second round 7-over par 79 to fall back into a seventh place tie with Phoebe Carles from Clinton.

Pam Prescott from Pickens Country Club maintained her lead in the state division. The Powdersville High School golf coach shot a second round 74 to stand at 5-over par going into the final round.

The final round will be played on Wednesday morning.

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