Ratliff sits on top of Jr. Am leaderboard
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FIRST-ROUND co-leader Jake Headrick fires a shot from the fairway during the second round of the Tennessee Junior Amateur Championship at Cleveland Country Club, Wednesday. Banner photo, SARALYN NORKUS
FIRST-ROUND co-leader Jake Headrick fires a shot from the fairway during the second round of the Tennessee Junior Amateur Championship at Cleveland Country Club, Wednesday. Banner photo, SARALYN NORKUS
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The second round of the 50th Annual Tennessee Junior Amateur Championship has concluded at Cleveland Country Club, but not without a short, 59-minute weather delay at the tail end of play.

Cayman Ratliff of Kingsport sits atop the leaderboard with a pair of 1-under par 69s to hold a one stroke lead over Mikey Feher of Signal Mountain and Jack Smith of Knoxville.

Round one leader Grant Hirschman was at even-par 140 and in sole possession of fourth place.

The final round is underway today with the winner being crowned this afternoon.

At Fox Harbor Golf and Country Club in Gallatin, Allyson Dunn leads the field after an even-par round of 72 in the girls’ Junior Amateur.

Aubree Jones, Blakesly Warren and Jenna Burris are tied for second with rounds of 2-over par 74.

Alexandra Farnsworth, Abbie Gregory and Teleri Hughes are three strokes back at 75.

Local golfers Lydia Triplett and Katie Bishop are tied at 33rd and 35th after rounds of 83 and 84.