Brentwood ended Dickson County’s season Sunday night with a 10-0 loss in the District 11-AAA tournament. The Bruins got off to a hot start in the first by roughing up starter Korbin Hinson for five runs before he was replaced by Jack Sensing with one out. Kaden Dreier opened the scoring with an RBI single to left that scored John Robertson. That was followed moments later by a three run home run by Ole Miss signee Korey Bell who drilled the first pitch he saw to straight away center field. Already up 4-0 Brentwood struck again with a Carson Shacklett, one out single that scoredRead More →

A steady shower popped up during the bottom of the first as Creek Wood hosted Pope John Paul II High School for softball on Wednesday afternoon. That shower quickly became a downpour, and then a storm, with lightning strikes in the distance behind straightaway center. The officials suspended play with the Lady Red Hawks up 3-2 with one out in the bottom of the first, and in short order the Lady Knights had piled back on the bus to head back home. The game was cancelled, and with it being a late-season non-district game, it likely will not be made up. Bailey Griffith got theRead More →

With the lightning flashing in the distance, Creek Wood and Camden put on a show of their own in a District 11-AA baseball showdown in Charlotte Tuesday night. Creek Wood carried a 2-1 lead into the sixth, but the Lions tied the game in the sixth and took their first lead of the night in the top of the seventh. However, the Red Hawks rallied to force extras, and walked off in the eighth with a suicide squeeze to eke out a 5-4 win before the storms even arrived. Creek Wood started early, loading the bases in the bottom of the first with nobody out.Read More →

The Creek Wood Lady Red Hawks got off the bus for their 5:00pm varsity game in Kingston Springs, and learned that Harpeth wanted to play the junior varsity game at 5:00 and the varsity game at 6:00. When the varsity team took the field and the game started at 6:15, the Lady Red Hawks made up for lost time, taking a 4-0 lead before Libby Baldwin ever through a pitch. The red-hot bats carried the day, and Creek Wood run-ruled the Lady Indians 21-0 in four innings. Tara Rahman hit a one-out single in the first, then Analeigh Coursey reached on an error. Brett JacksonRead More →

Stewart County made it interesting in the seventh, but the Creek Wood Red Hawks never trailed in a dominant 5-2 win at home against the Rebels on Tuesday night. The Red Hawks started the scoring in the bottom of the second, after Ryan Holley worked a three-up, three-down top half. Dylan DePriest reached on a 2-out error, took third on a wild pitch, and scored on a Luke Hinson single to make it 1-0. Creek Wood tallied again in the third as Joe Lynn, Junior led off with a triple, then Zeke Lecomte plated him with a sacrifice fly. The Red Hawks would cap theRead More →

The Creek Wood Red Hawks got a big win over Grace Christian Academy 8-3 on Saturday in the Good Day to Play Tournament. The Lions, a team from an up and coming school, came in with a lot of promise and their assistant coach is former Tennessee Titan Rusty Smith. However, Coach Chris Clapper and the Red Hawks made quick work of the visitors in the first game of the day in Charlotte. Creek Wood started off quickly, as Garrett Dolinich retired the side in order in the top of the first, and the Red Hawks plated 5 in the bottom half. Brenden Dickens singledRead More →

The Creek Wood Lady Red Hawks were clicking on all cylinders Thursday night, hosting district rival Fairview. Libby Baldwin had a perfect game through 3 innings, and had been staked to a 6-0 lead heading to the top of the fourth. Fairview’s leadoff hitter and starting pitcher Marti Ann Spicer led off the inning by crushing a pitch to the fence, seemingly slamming a solo homer but instead getting a ground-rule double that ended the perfect game. Two batters later she would be singled home to break up the tie, and by the middle of the fourth the Lady Jackets had trimmed the lead toRead More →

Dickson kicked off a packed week with a 10-0 loss to Centennial on Tuesday night. Just a day after raining out the first game of their series, the Cougars took the field against┬áthe second best team in 11-AAA baseball. Early on the teams seemed fairly even. Dickson kept Centennial off the scoreboard in the first despite a Hooper Mills single.In the bottom of the first Mills took to the mound and spun the first of seven consecutive scoreless innings for him on his way to a 12 strikeout, shut out. Jack Sensing couldn’t match Mills and surrendered eight runs on ten hits through five andRead More →

The Dickson County/Creek Wood baseball rivalry battle on Friday night started out like the showdowns of the past, as Ben Powlas singled, stole second, and was doubled home by Jack Sensing to give Dickson County a 1-0 lead in the top of the first, before Chase Haley led off the bottom half with a single, got to third on a 2-base error, and scored on a Zeke Lecomte double that tied the game at 1-1 in the bottom of the first. However, the back and forth battle would not come to fruition, as the 1-1 tie held up until the bottom of the fifth. TheRead More →

Still searching for their second win of the season, Dickson County headed to Waverly Friday night. Despite offensive struggle the Cougars were able to scratch out a 2-0 win. Coach Rodney Parker started the game with Korbin Hinson on the mound and got two solid innings of hitless baseball from him. Meanwhile the Cougar offense was being stifled by Stanfield for Waverly who also went two full innings before allowing a hit. In the bottom of the third, Hunter Crosby came on to pitch an inning for the Cougars. Despite struggling through the inning, allowing two hits and ending the inning with a pickoff, theRead More →