Kamryn Cummings Junior-"I played ok, I was kind of frustrated at the back nine but, all you can do is play the game and hope for the best the next day."
Thomas-"How exciting is it for you to play in these tournaments with all of these different schools coming in here?"
Kamryn Cummings-"It's pretty exciting obviously, I didn't get to show my stuff today. Hopefully, tomorrow will be a lot better."
Jonathan Thomas-"What is it like? I'm sure you've played here before but what is it like playing other courses as opposed to playing here? Is it easier maybe then some of the other ones you've played?"
Kamryn Cummings-"Well actually, out of every course I played in high school, this is probably the hardest course I've played I don't know why it is, it just is hard I don't know why."
Thomas-"It's good that you get that extra practice here as opposed to some other teams this might be their first time playing."
Kamryn Cummings-"Probably, obviously on the course today I didn't show that but we do have a little bit of an advantage but it is a hard course."
Thomas-"Lastly now that you didn't have as good of a day as you wanted today, you looking forward to tomorrow?"
Kamryn Cummings-"Yes, I'm very excited for tomorrow, Bentwood is a little easier so hopefully we can play really good and shoot some really good scores."
Thomas-"Thank you good luck tomorrow Kamryn, that was Kamryn Cummings from Central golf team, let's go back to the studio and check in for some scores for today."
Randy Ward: Before we show the team leaders, this is Talyor Coleman of San Antonio Johnson. Coleman blistered the course for a 67. That blew away the old tournament record at SACC which was 75 shot by one of the Whittley sisters from Wall. Coleman is excited to have the individual lead, but wants the team title.
Taylor Coleman-"With these bent greens, I work really well on bent. I was able to control my ball a lot better today and I was able to make a lot of puts and get inside 15 feet quite a bit. Since we're defending champs as a team we're hoping to do the same this year."