BRUNSWICK -- Gainesville's Spencer Ralston stayed right in the midst of the hunt for the GSGA State Junior Golf Championship on Tuesday.<br />
Ralston, a rising junior for the Red Elephants, fired a second round 2-under-par 70 to move into a tie for third place at Brunswick Country Club.<br />
Ralston's two-day score of 139 is three shots off the pace set by Marietta's Jonathan Keppler and one shot behind Suwanee's Jake Fendt.<br />
Gainesville's Nathan Williams is also currently tied for 20th place after a second round 76 for a two day total of 2-over (146). Garrett Rowland of Cleveland is at 158 following scores of 81 and 77.<br />
The tournament's final round will take place on Wednesday.
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