Morristown — PGA Professional and Cumberland County resident Kip Henley had two bogeys and three-putted a par 5 to shoot an 11 under-par 61 in the second round of the East Tennesseen Nissan Pro-Am on Tuesday to claim second place behind Kingsports' Allen Fennell.

Fennell finished at 10 under-par 134 for the tournament, while Henley was second at eight-under par 136 in the professional division.

Henley was not on top of his game on Monday as he posted a three-over par 75, but more than made up for it Tuesday.

Henley's 61 Tuesday wasn't enough to win the Professional Division but it did leave him tied for second with PGA Professional Chris Dibble from Holston Hills Country Club at six-under par.

Loren Personett (Antioch) shot a seven under par to finish fourth. Audie Johnson (Lebanon) and Steve Munson (Chuckey) tied for fifth at -6 under par while host professional Scott Kanipe (Morristown) finished in seventh after posting a score of five-under par.

Crossville's Greg Wyatt tied for eighth place with Walt Chapman at four-under par 140.

Amateur Josh Coley posted rounds of 62 and 66 to finish at 16-under par to win the Amateur Division and lead his team to a three-shot win finishing 30-under par for the two rounds.

Todd Burgan and Jonathan Hodge both finished at 11-under par for the tournament to tie for second in the amateur division.

In the team competition, Wyatt's teamtied for seventh place at 24-under-par 120. His amateur partners were Calvin Clark, Tim Richardson and Dale Houston.

Henley's team tied for 10th place at 23 under-par 121. His amateur partners were Winston Frazier, Sammy Hicks and Rock Saraceni.

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