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There is still plenty left to be settled in this year’s Los Alamos City Championship golf tournament heading into day two.
The City tournament, being played at Los Alamos Golf Course, will tee off again at 8 a.m.
Some tournament stalwarts have taken the early lead in the top three men’s women’s and senior’s flights, but only one of those leads appears to be safe heading into the second round.
Brad King got his tournament off to a good start Saturday, firing a 1-over 73 to take the lead at the halfway point in the men’s division.
King, who finished tied for second in 2013, has the 1-shot edge over tournament veteran Bruce Norman — who played in the senior’s flight in 2013 — and a 2-shot edge over defending champion Cale Jones. Jones, however, was able to make his way back from a sizeable deficit last year to win the men’s title going away.
Tim Johnson, another tournament regular, is sitting five shots back of the lead.
In the women’s tournament, four players are duking it out for the championship.
Tami Martinson, who has staked a very solid claim in recent years for the title of top women’s golfer in the county, is tied with last year’s champion Anita Dunmar after 18 holes.
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