WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. (AP) - Scott Depot's Chris Williams has a one-stroke lead over three others in the rain-delayed West Virginia Amateur golf tournament in White Sulphur Springs.
Second-round play was halted Tuesday night with 17 golfers yet to complete their rounds. They will finish up Wednesday morning before the start of the third round.
Williams was at even par for the tournament.
Beckley's Winston Canada had one of only two under-par rounds among golfers who finished play. His 3-under 67 moved him into a tie for second place at 1 over with first-round leader Trent Roush and Wheeling's Joey Seabright.
Huntington's Pat Carter and White Sulphur Springs' David Dent are tied at 2 over.
Williams, Roush, Seabright and Carter are among those who didn't finish their second rounds.