Coach Creek graduated from Pflugerville HS where he was a multi-sport athlete and was an all-district infielder and pitcher. After playing in high school, he went on to be a four-year starter at Schreiner University. He was a 3-time all-conference selection at shortstop and a 2-time all-conference selection as a pitcher. Coach Creek was also selected as the teams MVP 3 times and pitcher of the year twice. His team won the ASC regular season and conference tournament championship his junior year. Coach Creek was selected as the conference tournament MVP. As a senior, he was selected as the ASC conference Player of the Year. Coach Creek was also a 3 time NAIA all regional selection. Coach Creek finished his college career with a .364 batting average and an 18-4 record as a pitcher. This will be his 15th year teaching and coaching. Coach Creek and his wife Christina have 2 kids. Their daughter Jasmine will be a senior at Stony Point and their son Brandon will be in the 7th grade. His hobbies are fishing, camping, traveling and spending time with his family and friends. His favorite thing about coaching is helping his players become great young men on and off of the field.
This will be Coach Larson’s 11th year at Stony Point high school. Coach Larson graduated from Mary Hardin Baylor University. Coach Larson runs the FCA program and teaches CTE. Coach Larson has been married for 11 years to his wife Crystal. They have 2 kids, their son Brock is 4 and their daughter Addie is 2.
Coach Johnson graduated from Round Rock High School in 2000, where he lettered in football and baseball. Coach Johnson was a two-time all-district outfielder. He continued his playing career at Temple College, and was named all-conference honorable mention. Coach Johnson is fifth all-time in stolen bases in school history. After Temple Coach Johnson played a year at The University of Texas at San Antonio. Coach Johnson went on to earn his bachelor’s degree in psychology from St. Edward’s University, and a master’s of education from the University of Texas at Austin. He lives in Cedar Park with his wife Brook, son Gus, and daughter Cora.
Coach Bounds graduated high school from Carthage High School, in Carthage Texas (1989). While in high school Coach Bounds was a 4 year letterman in baseball. As a 4 year letterman Coach Bounds earned numerous awards to include district 8AAA Player of the Year (1988), District MVP (1989), All East Texas (1988 & 1989), All State (1989), and played in the THSBCA All Star Game. After high school Coach Bounds played baseball at Panola College. Coach Bounds transferred to Texas A&M in January of 1991 where he graduated in August 1993. Upon graduation Coach Bounds was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps and became an infantry officer. Coach Bounds started his coaching career In 2003 In LaGrange Texas as a little league coach. He has successfully coached various levels of baseball since 2003. In 2012 Coach Bounds started his teaching career at Hopewell Middle School in Round Rock ISD.. Coach Bounds is new to Stony Point this year. He is married to Karen Bounds and they have 4 children together, Ty (18), Taj (16), Annie (14), and Thor (5).