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Park retains LPGA lead at midpoint at Kingsmill

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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) — Hee Young Park remained the leader by one shot Saturday as the rain-delayed second round was finished in the LPGA Tour’s Kingsmill Championship.

The South Korean overcame a wrist injury to shoot a 3-under 68 on Friday, when play was delayed 3 1/2 hours. Darkness fell with 24 groups still on the course.

Stacy Lewis, bidding to regain her No. 1 world ranking, is a shot back, along with Brittany Lang and Lizette Salas.

First-round co-leader Azahara Munoz and Lexi Thompson, who were at 7 under when play was halted, will start the third round at 6 under.

Defending champion Cristie Kerr, a three-time winner at Kingsmill, is at 4 under, while former champion Se Ri Pak and fan favorite Paula Creamer failed to make the cut.

Park retains LPGA lead at midpoint at Kingsmill

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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) — Hee Young Park remained the leader by one shot Saturday as the rain-delayed second round was finished in the LPGA Tour’s Kingsmill Championship.

The South Korean overcame a wrist injury to shoot a 3-under 68 on Friday, when play was delayed 3 1/2 hours. Darkness fell with 24 groups still on the course.

Stacy Lewis, bidding to regain her No. 1 world ranking, is a shot back, along with Brittany Lang and Lizette Salas.

First-round co-leader Azahara Munoz and Lexi Thompson, who were at 7 under when play was halted, will start the third round at 6 under.

Defending champion Cristie Kerr, a three-time winner at Kingsmill, is at 4 under, while former champion Se Ri Pak and fan favorite Paula Creamer failed to make the cut.

Park retains LPGA lead at midpoint at Kingsmill

KDWN

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) — Hee Young Park remained the leader by one shot Saturday as the rain-delayed second round was finished in the LPGA Tour’s Kingsmill Championship.

The South Korean overcame a wrist injury to shoot a 3-under 68 on Friday, when play was delayed 3 1/2 hours. Darkness fell with 24 groups still on the course.

Stacy Lewis, bidding to regain her No. 1 world ranking, is a shot back, along with Brittany Lang and Lizette Salas.

First-round co-leader Azahara Munoz and Lexi Thompson, who were at 7 under when play was halted, will start the third round at 6 under.

Defending champion Cristie Kerr, a three-time winner at Kingsmill, is at 4 under, while former champion Se Ri Pak and fan favorite Paula Creamer failed to make the cut.