Ryan Spears just wants to go out and have some fun.

He's accomplishing just that at the Buffalo Run Casino Classic.

The Del City golfer turned in a 67 Thursday and was the clubhouse leader before darkness forced play to be suspended.

Spears holds a two-shot lead over Andrew Landry and 2008 BRCC winner Jeff Corr.

"You just have to go out there and have fun," said Morris, who birdied six of the first nine holes on the front side. "That's what we've done the last two days. I haven't really thought about what we were doing. I just went out there playing. It just so happens I am playing really good. 

"I started thinking about where I was after I was 12-under with nine holes to go and I said 'man, I could really start taking it low' and that's where I shot even par."

Spears, Landry of Groves, Texas, Drew Lethem of Overland Park, Kan., and Kyle Morris of Columbus, Ohio, all had been tied for the lead following Wednesday's opening round with 65s.

Spears is at 12-under par 132. Landry is two shots behind at 134 after shooting and Letham is in a four-way tie for ninth at 7-under 137.

Morris was still out on the course when play was suspended.

"That is golf ... you are going to have some good holes and you are going to have some OK holes," said Spears, who had bogeys on Nos. 13 and 3 countered by seven birdies. "I am happy with the first two day, so let's see how the rest of this week goes."

Corr, of Longwood, Fla., who is battling Brandon Brown, of Shelbyville, Ky., for player of the year honors, was one of three players to turn in 65s on Thursday. He's also sitting at 10-under 134 thanks to a no-bogey round.

"I hit it pretty good today," Corr said. "I think I missed one fairway. I left three birdies out there, but I am going to save those for the weekend."

 Brown, who leads Corr by $10,311 in the money race, was still on the course when play was suspended. He went into the day tied for 34th.

Lee Williams, of Alexander City, Ala., who trails Corr in the points chase, also logged a 65 Thursday. 

Williams, who is playing here for the first time, moved into a tie for fourth with Brandon Frankhouser, of Conroe, Texas. Frankhouser shot a 6-under 66 in the second round to get to 9-under par.

"I drove it well today and hit my wedges much better than I did yesterday, which allowed me to put myself in better position for making putts," said Williams, who had seven birdies and no bogeys. "Obviously by going off earlier today, the greens were better with not as much foot traffic on them. I was able to make some more putts today. That was pretty much the difference."

Defending champ Matt Harmon posted a second straight 69 and was in a three-way tie for 14th at six-under 138.

Miamians Jerry Friend and John Robinson III were still on the course when play was suspended. 

Play will resume at 8:30 a.m. and the third round will follow at around noon.

Pairings, the leader board and player scorecards can be seen at www.ngahooterstour.com.