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7/10/02

Grunewald Holds Lead at Texas State Open

Kelly Grunewald of Arlington shot a four-under par 68 on Wednesday to take a one stroke lead over Chris Morris of Tyler in the second round of the Texas State Open. The two had been tied after the first day of the tournament at the Woodbridge Golf Club. Grunewald has a two day total of 131, 13-under par (-13). Morris shot a 69 for a two day total of 132.

Clark Dennis, the 1992 Texas State Open champion, shot a 64, the low round of the day and stood at 11-under par (-11). The 72 hole stroke play tournament continues on Thursday. 61 players made the cut at 144, even par. Only three amateurs survived the cut.

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