Alford second after two rounds

Jennifer Ha of Calgary jumped over Red Deer native Jocelyn Alford to take the lead in the Sun Life Financial Ladies’ Amateur following the second round of the 72-hole event Wednesday.

St. ALBERT — Jennifer Ha of Calgary jumped over Red Deer native Jocelyn Alford to take the lead in the Sun Life Financial Ladies’ Amateur following the second round of the 72-hole event Wednesday.

Ha, who won the provincial junior title last week, shot a three-under par 69 to sit at 137, two strokes ahead of Alford, who plays out of Calgary’s Earl Grey. Alford shot a record 67 Tuesday before finishing with an even-par 72 Wednesday.

Christie Lin of Calgary had rounds of 71-75 and is third at 146 with Jessica Luciuk of Barrhead fourth at 74-73—147.

Cara Vanderham of Innisfail shot an 81 Wednesday and is in a tie for 14th at 160.

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