Paola Moreno is blocking out everything about this strange week except for the next shot. She wound up with another bogey-free round on the shortened course Saturday and took the lead into the final round of the Bahamas LPGA Classic.
Moreno made a couple of 25-foot birdie putts and added two more birdies for a 4-under 41. The Colombian had a one-shot lead over Lindsey Wright, who made seven birdies for a 7-under 38.
''I am just focused on what I can control right now,'' said Moreno, who was at 9-under 81. ''The only thing that matters right now is the first tee shot on No. 1 - or No. 10, whatever hole we're playing tomorrow. And I'm just excited to be there.''
Cristie Kerr did enough to at least get in range. She was among 10 players within three shots of the lead, though they have six fewer holes to make up ground.
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