Gonzales remains on top in Utah


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Sandy, UT (SportsNetwork.com) - Andres Gonzales carded a 4-under 67 on Friday to maintain his position atop the leaderboard at the Utah Championship.

Gonzales, who is seeking his second career win on the Web.com Tour, finished 36 holes at Willow Creek Country Club at 13-under-par 129.

Travis Bertoni fired an 8-under 63 to jump into a share of second place with Steve Wheatcroft (66) at 11-under 131, while Adam Crawford's 10-under 61 vaulted him into a tie for fourth place with Sung Kang (65), Jose Toledo (66), Bhavik Patel (66) and Tony Finau (67) at minus-10.

Blayne Barber (65), Kevin Kim (65), Byron Smith (66), Ben Kohles (67), Colt Knost (65) and Ryan Spears (65) shared ninth at 9-under 133.


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