Creek Wood’s boys’ and girls’ basketball teams welcomed Lewis County to town on Friday night, eager for a rematch against the district rivals that swept them earlier in the season in Hohenwald. At the end of the night, the Red Hawks and Lady Red Hawks had returned the favor, holding off Lewis County in a pair of close, hard-fought wins with big district implications. The Creek Wood girls were done in by a 23-7 Lady Panther fourth quarter in the earlier meeting, a 52-47 loss even through the Lady Red Hawks led by 4 with about 2 minutes left. This time Creek Wood prevented aRead More →

The Creek Wood basketball teams headed across the Williamson County line Tuesday night for a clash with Fairview, and came out with a pair of impressive wins and a sweep of the season series against their district foes. The Lady Red Hawks dumped Fairview in the first meeting of the season, and with the Lady Jackets dealing with an injury Creek Wood upended the home team in the rematch. A total of 6 Lady Red Hawks scored in the 20-6 opening quarter, led by Taylor Moore with a pair of threes and Raegan Hohl with 5 points. Audrey Cox had 4 points to lead FairviewRead More →

Creek Wood performed well in back-to-back doubleheader action over the weekend. The Lady Red Hawks swept the weekend, while the Red Hawk boys beat Camden and lost at Harpeth. The Creek Wood girls hammered the Lady Lions of Camden 68-33 on Friday night, buoyed by a fast start. The Lady Red Hawks raced out to a 9-0 lead, and after a Camden rally won the first quarter 16-7. A 23-11 second put the hometown Lady Red Hawks up 39-18 at the half, and a 13-4 third put the visitors away for good. A 16-11 Creek Wood fourth capped a stellar performance as 4 Lady RedRead More →

The Creek Wood Red Hawks and Lady Red Hawks played similar games Tuesday night in Dover, with similar results–hard-fought, defensive-oriented district clashes with lots of fouls but a surprising amount of physicality allowed, ending in close wins for the road team in both contests. The Creek Wood girls battled the Lady Rebels in a difficult, close brawl. Sam Kilian had 3 of Creek Wood’s 4 first quarter points, but Stewart County took the first quarter 9-4 off the strength of Holli Shepherd’s 4 points. Kilian continued the scoring blitz in the second, adding 2 free throws and a three, while Raegan Hohl had 8 inRead More →

It wasn’t always the prettiest, but the Creek Wood basketball teams escaped Centerville with a sweep over the host Hickman County Bulldogs and Lady Dawgs in district play on Tuesday night. The Red Hawk boys had the toughest test, in a tightly-officiated defensive battle that suited the bruising style of the home team more than the finesse of the sharp shooters from Highway 47. Head Coach Charles Taylor went with a different starting lineup for the first district tilt of 2017, bringing Aaron Daniel and Garrett Dolinich off the bench and starting gifted sixth man Allen Miller and football player turned big-bodied three point dynamoRead More →

The Creek Wood Lady Red Hawks had one more item on the to-do list before 2016 drew to a close–a battle with Class A heavyweight Community High School in the Summertown tournament on Friday. The Viqueens, set to move up to Class AA next season, were highly touted for a superior post game–something that proved to be true, as they overcame a Creek Wood lead in the first half and outscored the Lady Red Hawks 21-8 in the second quarter en route to a 66-52 win. Much like the prior night’s game against the host Summertown squad, the early going was a back-and-forth affair, aRead More →

The Creek Wood Lady Red Hawks entered their contest against Summertown Thursday afternoon knowing they were in for a battle. After all, the athletic and physical Lady Eagles were also the hosts of the two-day classic, playing at home in front of an almost packed house in a unique old gym over an hour away. That scouting report would prove accurate, as Summertown started hot, weathered a Creek Wood rally, then answered back to retake the lead before pulling away in the second half for a big Lady Eagle win. Junior Riley Brazier hit an 3 in a 5 point first quarter for Summertown, whileRead More →

Creek Wood entertained district rival Waverly Central on a unique Thursday night doubleheader before Christmas. The Lady Red Hawks used furious defense and hot shooting from beyond the arc to essentially sew up the game by halftime, while the Creek Wood boys enjoyed a double-digit lead but had to weather a furious second-half rally and held on for an 8-point win. Sam Kilian got the start for the Lady Red Hawks, and led the way with 6 points in the first as Creek Wood wrestled the lead back from a fiesty Waverly squad, and led 15-6 after one. Lydia Edmondson had 4 points, while RaeganRead More →

The Creek Wood Lady Red Hawks took a tough loss on Tuesday to wrap up their West Tennessee tournament trip, while the Red Hawk boys led for all but the last 5 minutes against Central Magnet, who rallied back to steal a win and send Creek Wood to the seventh place game on Wednesday in Clarksville. The Red Hawks dominated early, in a defensive battle against a flat Central Magnet squad. Micah Westerman popped two threes while Dallas Hall added another for Creek Wood, which took a 6-0 lead, gave up a 4 point rally, and stretched the lead back out to 9-4. The RedRead More →

The Creek Wood Lady Red Hawks rallied back for a thrilling win on the road, scoring the go-ahead three with six seconds left, in their Christmas-week opener. The boys, however, were not so lucky, taking a tough loss at the hands of the AAA hosts of their three-day tournament. The Lady Red Hawks squared off against Bolivar Central on the first day of the Charles Cawles Classic in Dyersburg. The Lady Tigers led 19-11 at the end of one as Hailey Hardaway had 6 points and Alexius Futrell had 7 including a three. Taylor Moore had a pair of threes in the first to leadRead More →