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Pictures, pictures!

October 26, 2009

Youth soccer

Thanks to our friend Stephenie Tatum, we have some pictures from two soccer matches from over at Stoney Point over the weekend.

Here’s the gallery.

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Pictures, pictures

September 22, 2009

John and Stephenie Tatum sent over some pictures from the opening day of soccer over at Stoney Point.

Cruise on over to the Stoney Point page and check them out.

More from the Bucs

February 23, 2009

As I’ve tried to express, this site is all about user participation.

Angie Morris is listening.

Check out the new pictures she sent over from the Stoney Point Bucs’ basketball team over on, you guessed it, the Stoney Point page.

District 6 Dixie Majors Tournament title game

July 15, 2008

In baseball, teams that pitch and catch well are usually successful.

Hope Mills American used that formula to win the District 6 Majors Tournament Championship Tuesday night at Arnette Park, taking a 4-1 victory over Stoney Point.

Both teams advance to the North Carolina State Majors Tournament in Cherryville this weekend.

Logan Hales picked up the win on the mound for Hope Mills American, tossing four innings of scoreless, no-hit baseball while fanning six batters. He was also 2-for-4 with an RBI double at the plate.

Clay Ewing pitched the final two innings for the save for HMA, striking out four while allowing a run on four hits.

Douglas Taylor took the loss for Stoney Point, lasting 1.1 innings and surrendering three runs. Casey Kennedy worked two thirds of an inning before Kyle Kennedy went the final four innings, allowing one unearned run.

Hope Mills struck first in the second when Gatlin Pate scored on a throwing error after an infield single from Nellson Davis. Nick Montez came in to score on another error and Takoma Williams plated one run on an RBI single to right to make it 3-0 before Austin Bain gunned down a runner at the plate to end the inning.

Stoney Point didn’t create many chances against Bales, but managed to greet Ewing with a rally in the fifth inning. Jonathan Loehr and Taylor had singles sandwiched around a walk from Bain, and Stoney Point had the bases loaded with only one out.

Dakota Chavis grounded into a fielder’s choice, chasing home Taylor, to make it 3-1, but Ewing struck out the next two batters to end the threat.

Bales doubled in Michael Ray in the top of the sixth to push Hope Mills’ lead back to 4-1, but Stoney Point had one more chance to get back in the contest.

Stoney Point got one-out singles from Cody Bryant and Taylor to put the tying run at the plate in the home half of the sixth, but Casey Kennedy flew out to left and Bryant was gunned down at the plate trying to score on a wild pitch to end the game.

Here are the pictures:

And here’s the gallery.

And, a bit of youtube magic:

More from the great indoors

June 10, 2008

Another friend of ours, David Kellberg, coach of the Stoney Point Galaxy, sent us more pictures.

You know you want to go see them here.

On Point

June 9, 2008

I must say the folks at Stoney Point have a very good understanding of how this Web site works.

They send me pictures. I put them up on the site. Quick and painless (when I’m not getting sunburn in Myrtle Beach).

Anyway, John Matthews and the Dixie Youth Minor League Reds sent us some pictures.

Want to see? Cruise over to our Stoney Point page.

I asked, and I received

June 9, 2008

I wanted more indoor soccer pictures from Stoney Point, and what do you know, that’s what I got.

Want to see the pictures that Tiffany Nistle and Stoney Point United sent in? Click here.

Have I mentioned…

June 3, 2008

how much we like getting submitted pictures?

David Kellberg, coach of the Galaxy indoor soccer team over at Stoney Point Recreation Center, sent over a bunch of pictures. Want to see them? Visit the Stoney Point page.

Straight from the Point

May 20, 2008

Tom Cox, a regular contributor, sent us a picture from Stoney Point.

Want to see? Visit Stoney Point’s page. 

Stoney Point … and shoot

May 19, 2008

Tom Cox, of Tom Cox Photography, has sent us a few pictures.

Want to see? Take a trip over to the Stoney Point page.