Marian's Sumrall doesn't make the cut at Western Amateur

Marian senior Adam Sumrall didn't make the cut for the Western Amateur, but its an experience he will never forget playing at one of the most prestrigious Amateur events in the country so close to home at Benton Harbor's Point O'Woods.

Sumrall shot a 75 in round two on Thursday, finishing at +13. He shot an 8-over 78 on Wednesday.

Notre Dame's Carl Santos-Ocampo was right at the cut line of 44 entering the day, but shot a 77 and missed the cut as well.

Kyle Stanley and Phillip Francis are tied for the lead at 6-under. Stanley shot a 63 on Thursday, while Francis shot a 64.

The best round ever at the Western is a 61, done twice in the last five years----Won Joon Lee in 2006, and Aron Price in 2004.

First round leader Will Kropp almost failed to make the cut after shooting a 76 in round two. Kropp shot a 66 on Wednesday, and finished right at the cut line at +2.

The top 44 golfers now advance to Friday where the medalist will be determined. The top 16 begin match play on Saturday.

The finals are on Sunday.

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