Scott Piercy keeps finding ways to score even when he's not making a lot of putts.
Piercy pitched in from 40 yards for eagle on the par-5 ninth hole Friday, helping him keep a two-shot cushion at the rain-delayed Safeway Open until it became too dark to continue.
A steady rain that fell on Silverado for most of the bleak day halted the second round for 2 hours, 36 minutes as water began to pool on the tee boxes and the corners of the greens. The delay meant the second round could not be completed until Saturday morning.
Bill Haas had a 2-under 70 in the morning and finished 36 holes in 8-under 136.
Piercy, who opened with a course-record 62, made only one of...