Codd 16th after second round

Matt Codd of the Red Deer Golf and Country Club shot an even par 72 Wednesday to move up into a tie for 16th at the Canadian Junior Boys’ Golf Championship.

GARSON, Ont. — Matt Codd of the Red Deer Golf and Country Club shot an even par 72 Wednesday to move up into a tie for 16th at the Canadian Junior Boys’ Golf Championship.

Codd has a two-round total of 146, leaving him eight strokes back of leader Kevin Kwon of Pitt Meadows, B.C.

Kwon shot a 74 Wednesday with Andrew Harrison of Camrose moving into second place at 140 after a three-under par 69.

Brett Pasula of the Red Deer Golf and Country Club and Jared Nicolls of Ponoka both missed the cut. Both shot 12 over 84 the opening day and Pasula came in with a 73 Wednesday, but his 157 total left him four strokes over the cut line. Nicolls had an 82 and a 166 total.

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