Chase Hannah of Leawood leads the tournament after shooting 67 each day for a two-day total of 134.

MISSION HILLS — McPherson High School alumnus Jacob Lackey was looking for a big day Wednesday at the 107th Kansas Men's Amateur Golf Tournament at the Kansas City Country Club in Mission Hills, needing to improve on his opening round 80 from Tuesday in order to make the cut. His second round 75 was not that big day as he fell six strokes short of the cut at 155.

Lackey's struggled both days on the par 4's, going 11-over on those 10 holes, while netting a plus five on the five par 3's. Lackey, who is known for his long-drive ability, was one under par over the two days on the three par 5's.

Chase Hannah of Leawood leads the tournament after shooting 67 each day for a two-day total of 134. Charlie Hillier of New Zealand is second at 135, with eight other golfers in red numbers and within five shots of the lead. The tournament now moves to match-play as the final 64 golfers compete over the next four days to see who will hoist the trophy on Sunday afternoon.