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Peterborough, ON (SportsNetwork.com) - Adam Cornelson maintained his lead after two rounds of The Wildfire Invitational as he carded a 5-under 67 on Friday.
Cornelson ended 36 holes at 14-under-par 130. He is winless in his fourth full season on tour.
Brock Mackenzie fired a 7-under 65 and jumped into second place at minus-13. Randall Hutchison (66) and Joe Panzeri (64) are one stroke back at 12-under- par 132.
Andrew Georgiou (68) and Jay Vandeventer (65) are tied for fifth place at minus-11 at Wildfire Golf Club.
Tomas Cocha (67), Jeff Corr (66), Justin Shin (68), Jeff Dennis (68) and Chris Hemmerich (68) share seventh place at 10-under 134.
Cornelson had a steady second round that started with a pair of pars from the 10th. After a birdie on the par-5 12th, he parred five in a row.
The Canadian birdied the 18th to make the turn at 11-under. Cornelson made it two in a row with a birdie on the first. He later birdied the fourth and ninth to close out a bogey-free round.
Mackenzie also played the back nine first on Friday. He opened with a birdie on the 10th, then ran off three consecutive birdies from the 14th.
The ATB Financial Classic winner made the turn at 9-under after tripping to a bogey on the 10th. Mackenzie flew up the leaderboard as he birdied four of the first five holes around the turn.
That burst got Mackenzie within one of the lead. That is where he ended as he closed with four pars in a row.
NOTES: Cornelson has missed the cut in six of his nine starts this year ... Jay Myers had a hole-in-one on the par-3 11th ... With Tim Madigan among those missing the cut, Sean Shahi is the only player that has made all 10 cuts this season on the PGA Tour Canada ... The cut fell at 4-under 138 with 65 players making it to the weekend ... Among those that missed the cut were Stuart Anderson, Jon Mills, Olin Browne, Jr., Josh Persons and Greg Machtaler.
08/29 21:44:20 ET
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