WOODLANDS, Texas -- Gainesville's Spencer Ralston joined elite company on Tuesday when he carded his second straight round of 74 in the United States Junior Amateur Championship in Woodlands, Texas.<br />
His two-day total of 148 earned Ralston a spot as one of the top 64 golfers at the tournament -- those competitors remaining will begin match play on Wednesday in the event, which is taking place just outside of Houston.<br />
Sean Crocker, of Zimbabwe, and Sam Horsfield, of England, posted the top scores over the first two days of the competition, tying at 137.
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