The opening game of the season for Creek Wood baseball was a 4-0 loss in the cold and the wet at Clarksville Northeast. After a tough tournament road trip to cap off the first week, the Red Hawks went right into district play. Of course, a perfect spring day was knocked off the rails by a popup storm front on the first day of spring, but Creek Wood took a 5-3 decision on the road at the Hickman County Bulldogs to open the season 1-0 in district play. Connor Pate threw a couple of scoreless innings for the Red Hawks, while Zeke Lecomte drove inRead More →

Despite the rain and cold temperatures on Monday night, the Creek Wood baseball team made a season-opening trek to Clarksville Northeast and got the game in. The homestanding Eagles blanked Creek Wood 4-0, though Northeast had a few advantages including playing at home and being a Class AAA school hosting a Class AA Red Hawk squad. Only two other area teams were able to get games in on the chilly and wet Monday. Dickson County soccer topped Kenwood 6-1, but Cougar baseball dropped a 10-0 decision at Ravenwood. The Dickson County baseball game of the week on the RFC Sports Network will be a rematchRead More →

Dickson County fought back from down 9 in the fourth quarter to win a double overtime thriller against Stewarts Creek 67-64. Fouls again plagued the Lady Cougars in Murfreesboro but could not stop a second half comeback for the ages. Emily Beard led all scorers with 20 points but her biggest shots of the night came in the waning moments of the game. With 6 seconds left in regulation and Dickson trailing by 3 points, Beard drilled a right wing buzzer beater to send the game into overtime tied at 48. After a see-saw first OT, Beard again pulled the trigger on a deep threeRead More →

The Giles County Lady Cats and the Creek Wood Lady Red Hawks matched up incredibly well in their Region 6AA Tournament Semifinal Game on Monday night. The quick, defensive-minded, transition-and-three teams went toe-to-toe and step-for-step all night long. The game was so tight it went to overtime, and nearly to double overtime, but a late foul call, a made free throw, and a huge rebound helped Giles County do just enough to squeak out a 36-35 win. Elayna Gass and Raegan Hohl each bombed threes in a 9-4 Creek Wood first quarter, but Jayla White and Martin Methodist signee Taylor McNairy had a three eachRead More →

It was a unique situation for Creek Wood basketball, to be sure. After Creek Wood’s basketball programs hosted Hickman County for the District 11AA Basketball Tournament Quarterfinals on back-to-back nights, the Lady Red Hawks hosted Marshall County for the Region 6AA Tournament Quarterfinals on Friday before the boys traveled to Marshall County on Saturday. The Tigerettes headed up to Charlotte with a 13-14 overall record and a fourth place finish in the District 12AA Tournament, and after a 29-21 loss to Page in the consolation game, they knew what their path to victory was–stall ball. After all, they were down to 8 players on theRead More →

Dickson County racked up their fifth consecutive district tournament championship Saturday night with a 53-41 win of Centennial. The win gives the Lady Cougars a fourth straight District 11AAA title rivaling Lady Cougar softball for district dominance. On the court the result was seldom in doubt once the ball was in the air. Dickson jumped out to a 9-1 lead in the first quarter and ballooned the margin out to 19-6 at the end of the quarter. Centennial was slowed by an injury to Ashleigh Hardin, their starting center, and Dickson exploited the advantage to its fullest, repeatedly attacking the paint with Kailey Rosenbaum. CentennialRead More →

It was a busy two-day stretch for the Creek Wood basketball programs in Centerville Friday and Saturday. The Lady Red Hawks edged out Stewart County in a District 11-AA Basketball Tournament Semifinal Game on Friday, then held off Lewis County Saturday to take the tournament championship. The Red Hawk boys took tough losses, however, falling to Stewart County in the Friday semifinal game, before getting upset by upstart Fairview in the third place game on Saturday afternoon. The girls battled Stewart County in the 4pm opener on Friday, storming out to a 9-5 lead after one, but a 12-8 Lady Rebel second quarter tied theRead More →

The 7th seed Hickman County Bulldogs headed up to Creek Wood for a do-or-die game on Wednesday night, as the 2nd-seeded Red Hawks only needed to beat Hickman County for the third straight time this season to guarantee a spot in the Region Tournament next week. The Bulldogs weren’t ready to roll over so easily, and Creek Wood needed 2 overtime periods and a late defensive stand to turn away the visitors and keep their season going. Creek Wood worked out to a 7-4 edge after a low-scoring first quarter, and a 22-20 lead at the half. Hickman County won the second quarter by aRead More →

The Creek Wood Lady Red Hawks played host to Hickman County in a 1-versus-8 District Tournament Quarterfinal Game Tuesday night in Charlotte. Despite a couple of mini-runs by the Lady Dawgs, Creek Wood had little trouble with the play-in-game winners, coasting to a 55-23 win. Raegan Hohl had 7 points in the first quarter while Sam Kilian and Lydia Edmondson each had 4 and CWHS rolled to an 18-4 lead heading into the second. Freshman Bailey Gilbert had 7 of Hickman County’s first 10 points, but even with a rally in the second Hickman was unable to gain ground. Hohl had 5 more points inRead More →

The morning meetings brought good results for the Creek Wood Red Hawks and Lady Red Hawks on Friday, as the Creek Wood girls earned the number one seed in the District 11-AA Tournament off tie-breakers while the Red Hawk boys were a number 2 seed. As a result, the Lady Red Hawks will host the winner of the play-in game between #8 Hickman County and #9 Fairview. The Creek Wood girls will tip off that win-or-go-home District Quarterfinal game at 6pm on Tuesday night, with the winner guaranteed a spot in the Region Tournament. The Creek Wood boys will also host their Quarterfinal Game, Wednesday nightRead More →