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CARLSBAD, Calif. Lucas Vazquez Jersey . -- Dori Carter might have gotten a bit ahead of herself late in the second round of the Kia Classic. She still left everyone else behind Friday. After birdieing six of the first seven holes on the back nine, Carter bogeyed the final two holes for an 8-under 64. The round was her lowest in competition and broke the Aviara course record. Winless on the LPGA Tour, the former University of Mississippi player had 11 birdies and three bogeys. At 10-under 134, she had a two-stroke lead over Stacy Lewis and Cristie Kerr. "No matter what happens this weekend, I cant believe Im here," Carter said. "This is my first time. I mean, this is an experience for me. Its kind of like I cant lose. ... I have no reason to be uptight or anything because this is my first time. Im OK with that. Im OK with feeling like no matter what happens." She didnt fret about the closing bogeys. "Im not even going to sweat that the rest of the day," Carter said. "Im just so happy right now just to be here in this spot. ... My puttings always been my issue. Today, obviously, putting was fine. So, thats a big confidence boost for me." She tied for 68th in the season-opening event in the Bahamas and tied for 28th in the Womens Australian Open, then played three Symetra Tour events. Last week, she failed to Monday qualify for the Phoenix event, flew to Florida for the Symetra Tour event, then made another cross-country trip to California. "Thats my life," Carter said." From Valdosta, Ga., Carter made a 35-foot putt on the par-3 third hole for her first birdie, holed a couple of 20-footers, hit close on some holes and holed out from the fringe on the par-4 15th. "Kind of a fluke," Carter said about her birdie on 15. "The pin was sitting on this little knob on the front left of the green and I hit it in the rough and I had to kind of roll it up to the front. I got my putter, my caddie and I just said, Why dont you just putt it. I was probably like 10 yards short of the green and rolled it all the way in. It bent in the hole. ... That was like, I cant believe this." Lewis shot 66, and Kerr had a 68. The third-ranked Lewis had seven birdies and a bogey. She tied for second last week in Phoenix, her fifth runner-up finish since winning the Womens British Open last year. "It was just a really solid day," Lewis said. "Again, hit the ball really good like I did yesterday and, just the greens were so much better this morning. I mean it was a couple of shots difference, I think, playing in the morning versus the afternoon. Just played a little bit smarter, got on the right side of holes and just hit a lot of good shots." She noticed Carters low round. "I was surprised actually to see the number she shot," Lewis said. "Its very impressive. You know, its a hard golf course. You can make a double pretty quick." Kerr holed out for eagle on the par-4 first -- her 10th hole of the round -- and had three birdies and a bogey. "Couldnt see it go in, unfortunately, but it was a great 7-iron, perfect club," Kerr said. "I just said, Get close, and it went in." She won the Kingsmill Championship last year for her 16th LPGA Tour title. Former Southern California player Lizette Salas was 7 under after a 68. "I have my fans out here this week," Salas said. "Ive been just so blessed to have the support from my family and my community. Im just out here having fun." Karrie Webb, coming off a victory Sunday in Phoenix in the JTBC Founders Cup, rebounded from an opening 75 with a 68 to move into a tie for 26th at 1 under. The 39-year-old Hall of Famer also won the Womens Australian Open last month. Kia endorser Michelle Wie also was 1 under after a 71. DIVOTS: Beatriz Recari, a playoff winner last year, missed the cut by a stroke with rounds of 71 and 76. ... Yani Tseng was tied for 22nd at 2 under after her second straight 71. She won the 2012 tournament for the last of her 15 tour titles and has dropped from first to 46th in the world in a year. ... Sixteen-year-old Lydia Ko also was 2 under after a 68. Nacho Fernandez Jersey . Off-Season Game Plan looks at what the Blue Jackets may do to build upon last seasons success to return to the playoffs again next year. Luka Modric Jersey . The result was a game-winning, power-play goal. Chiasson snapped a third-period tie and lifted the Dallas Stars to a 3-2 victory on Monday night. .Gasol had 16 points and 13 rebounds, and the Bulls beat the winless Orlando Magic 98-90 on Tuesday night.Jimmy Butler led the Bulls with 21 points and Taj Gibson added 16 for Chicago, which finally pulled away in the final minutes of a game that was tied after three quarters.Canada came up big against the best of the best at the Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final winning three golds - two in the Senior final and one at the Junior level, which took place simultaneously. Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford in the pairs and Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje in the ice dance, all had outstanding performances, posting their best total scores ever and winning in convincing fashions. The last time Canada won gold at a Grand Prix Final in pairs and dance was in 2001 with Jamie Sale and David Pelletier and Shae-Lynn Bourne and Victor Kraatz. The Junior events opened the show in Barcelona and the pairs gold was won by Julianne Seguin and Charlie Bilodeau with a flawless and touchingly emotional performance to Peter Gabriels In Your Eyes. After watching their performance, Duhamel and Radford passed by me backstage and Duhamel, clearly inspired by the young Canadians skate said to high performance director Michael Slipchuk, Now we know what we have to do tomorrow! What Canadas gold medal teams had to do to win was deliver their best ever. The kind of skate where one hits the elements with precision and ease and where one gets caught up in the music, the emotion and the audience. They all had those kinds of skates in Barcelona and it was quite remarkable. Both pairs of Duhamel and Radford and Weaver and Poje had the skates and scores that align them perfectly in their quest for a shot at the top of the Worlds podium at seasons end and, while they were expected to contend for gold here, what I find most surprising is the margin of points by which they won. The two teams went into the final in second on paper and in the end, Duhamel and Radford were ahead of the Olympic silver medalists Stolbova and Klimov of Russia by seven points and Weaver and Poje were ahead of their field by 14 points. The secret to Duhamel and Radfords success is to go after the first mark by packing in technical difficulty and then delivering it under pressure. Its a big risk, but, as we saw in Barcelona, it comes with a big reward. They went into the free skaate with a seven-point base value advantage over the top Russian team, which basically meant that their tricks were more difficult by seven points. Marco Asensio Jersey. Their big-ticket items are their triple lutzes and their throw quad salchow, which was their best to date in Barcelona. Stolbova and Klimov could not make up the distance with their mastery and artistry this time and I will be interested to see what changes they might make to their strategy going forward. The Russian pair was not flawless at the final while Duhamel and Radford were, but that being said, technically, they are a significant way back. The Russians have some ground to make up and three months to do it. They will need to up the ante and add more rotations in the air to erase their jump disadvantage and control their destiny because the game changed in Barcelona and Duhamel and Radford are now in the drivers seat. Also with a game-changing performance, Weaver and Poje totally exceeded my expectations at the final, particularly in the free dance. I expected them to improve, as has been their trend each year. They often start out a little rough around the edges early on in the season. What was surprisingly different for me this year was the way in which their normally gradual progression became an evolution in Barcelona. They performed a lyrical, versatile and commanding free dance. Their power came with ease and softness. Their expression and emotion was sensitive and heartfelt. They hit the elements and got the levels that they had missed in previous outings without looking calculated or careful. The knack they had was to weave the elements, especially the lifts, into the dance, so there were no breaks or awkward adjustments. It was a dance that swept the audience along with it. They finished ahead of the field by 14 points, which is considered a huge lead as dance tends to be judged more tightly than the other disciplines. It looked like a World Championship performance, but with three months left in the season, it will be fun to see where they now take it. 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