Krulicki takes lead at Sun Life Men’s Amateur

Jordan Krulicki of Red Deer shot a one-over par 72 to take the lead among the Central Albertans at the Sun Life Financial Men’s Amateur Golf Championship following the second round Wednesday.

MEDICINE HAT — Jordan Krulicki of Red Deer shot a one-over par 72 to take the lead among the Central Albertans at the Sun Life Financial Men’s Amateur Golf Championship following the second round Wednesday.

Krulicki had a 145 total, which leaves him in a tie for 13th, seven strokes back of Neil Thomas of Edmonton and Craig Gibson of Brooks, both of whom, shot a 70.

Zak Griffiths of Red Deer is in a tie for 17th at 71-75—146 with Kyle Morrison of Red Deer tied for 23rd at 73-74—147.

Brett Pasula of Red Deer (75-74) and Mitch Bach of Sundre (71-78) are tied for 29th at 149 with Jason Thiels of Olds (76-75), Spencer Dorowicz of Olds (75-76) and Shawn Schwartz of Stettler (76-75) tied for 41st at 151.

Chad Miciak of Ponoka, Ron Harder of Innisfail and Cody Albert of Sylvan Lake missed the cut.

The 72-hole tournament concludes Friday.

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