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2011 Sweet Dreams Day Corn Hole Tournament

King Custom Gifts and Awards Serving Central Virginia
and Augusta County since 1988
 Sponsor of the 5k, corn hole and horseshoe events.
www.kingcustom.com
King Custom Storage Systems

Results

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What is Sweet Dreams Day all about ? Learn about the origins of Stuarts Draft , visit Augusta County Parks and Recreation for more local activities, and if you are in to horseshoes please visit the Virginia Horseshoe Pitchers Association web pages.

By Kevin Snelgrove

The heat and humidity at Sweet Dreams certainly didn’t stop the many folks that came out and ran, pitched horseshoes and tossed corn hole. At 7:00 am it was already in the low 80’s. As race time approached I asked Sonny Cubbage, the race director, how many runners had entered. “Over 150 and still counting” he said. The final tally was a total of 169 runners, 23 more than last year - this race just keeps on growing and growing.

The race started right on time, and Sonny issued instructions to the volunteers about what to do when the runners came back to the finish line. Several clumps of runners crossed the finish line with numbers missing and the volunteers did their best to get their attention but seven runners out of the day are missing finish times. We don’t know if they crossed the line or dropped out along the way. All of the photographs were scanned to see if we could find the runner numbers, but can’t.

If you ran the race, did cross the line, but are missing in the chart below, drop me a note and give me your time if you have it. Or, if you see yourself in one of the photos, give me the photo name and number and I will correct your time and inform Augusta County Parks and Recreations of the update.

Jackson Farney (18:38) finished first in the Men’s division, with Lucas Moffit, a previous champion, a mere 10 seconds behind. Last year Lucas surprisingly crossed the line in 10th place pushing a stroller. It looks like Lucas was a bit more serious this year trying to regain his title.

With the 5K race completed around 8am, I checked in with Jeremi Skillman, horseshoe tournament director, several had already signed up, but he still had an hour to go. I wished him luck and took off to the main park to help get the Corn Hole tournament started.

Arriving at the park 45 minutes ahead of start time everything had been set up by volunteers led by Mark Frazier from Nibco. The courts looked fantastic! I thank each of the volunteers for their extraordinary. Arriving at the desk, Mark told me the morning rounds were almost maxed out. Just a short time later, with 24 teams, we were full, so started the morning tournament a few minutes early. The scoring started using “accelerated play” or “count-all” until only 4 teams were left. After that we switched to “cancelation play”

It all boiled down to Sullivan and Fortune against Curry and Curry. The Curry’s lost in there first attempt coming out of the winners bracket forcing a final play off. The Curry’s won the match 24 to 13.

Several teams that missed the morning tournament signed up for the noon event. At noon we were 4 teams short and held the start a little bit to try and entice a few more teams. With four teams less, the decision was made to run the second flight as all “cancelation play”. It was extremely hot tossing, but the shade from the tent and the fans blowing provided the pitchers some relief.

It was in the finals that the heat may have had some effect on the pitchers. With the score at 17-16, the team of Mull and Coffee thought they had the final game 21-16. Raised their hands, shook hands and thought they had won. The bags sat undisturbed when someone noticed the total missed by one point. Actually making the score 20-16. We all joked about how simple math combined with heat makes your mind do funny things. The team of Lowery and Boserman had one final chance to redeem the win, but couldn’t quite get it done.

I enjoyed the long day and I hope you did too. Come back next year and bring a friend or two, to pitch, run or toss! And thanks again to the many, many volunteers and Sponsors that make Sweet Dreams what it is! Kevin

P.S. Sweet Dreams is always looking for sponsors. Add space is available on many of the corn hole boards. The nice thing about becoming a “Board” sponsor is that your ad lasts a full year. These boards are used at many company picnics and local tournament events, even the local Children’s Miracle Network fund-raiser day. Become a sponsor today and join the fun!


Results

Morning Tounnament

Afternoon Tournament

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