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CW Baseball Dumps Camden

The Creek Wood Red Hawks toppled Camden Central 9-2 on Friday night to move on in the winner’s bracket of the District 11-AA baseball tournament.

The contest was a pitchers’ duel until the Lions scratched for a run in the top of the third against Kyle Heggie, as Drake Jennette singled to score Trent Riley and make it 1-0 Camden. The Red Hawks answered back with a massive bottom half to take a 5-1 lead into the fourth, as Joe Lynn, Junior scored Zeke Lecomte on a fielder’s choice to tie the game, Paul Rahman singled home Lynn to give Creek Wood a 2-1 lead, before Kyle Klotz singled in a run and Heggie doubled in two more. Creek Wood stretched out the lead and went up 9-1 in the bottom of the sixth, but Camden managed to avoid the mercy rule.

Heggie issued a walk to Riley in the top of the seventh and errors allowed him to score without benefit of a hit or sacrifice, but the District 11-AA Pitcher of the Year slammed the door to salt away a 9-2 win. Heggie also went 3-for-3 on the day offensively and was the only Red Hawk with 2 RBI to earn player of the game honors.

Klotz, Rahman, Mathis Duncan, and Tyler Hines each had a hit; and while Duncan, Rahman, and Klotz each scored twice, Rahman, Hines, and Klotz along with Lynn each had an RBI. Lecomte, Lynn, and Hines each scored once. Riley went 0-for 2 with 2 walks, and scored both runs for the Lions, while only Jennette, Wes Blow, and Colin Myric had hits off Heggie.

Heggie went 7 innings, allowing 2 runs (1 earned) on 3 hits and 4 walks, fanning 4. Camden needed 6 pitchers to get through the game, who allowed a total of 7 hits, 9 runs (4 earned), and 10 walks, striking out just 2. Caleb Rushing took the loss, allowing 5 runs but only 1 earned on 5 hits and 2 walks, striking out 1 in 3 2/3 innings.

Creek Wood baseball will play at home on Monday, and if needed on Tuesday.

In District 11-AAA, Independence beat Dickson County 8-1 on Friday night. That puts the Cougars in an elimination game on Sunday afternoon; the game will be heard in its entirety on WDKN and The One FM, with first pitch set for 2:00pm.

Cougars Rally Back But Drop Third Straight To Ravenwood

Dickson County,13-17(7-9), dropped their third game in two days to the Ravenwood Raptors on Wednesday night.

Santino Miranda lead the game off with a single to left. Blake Greer failed to move Miranda over when he struck out and the Ben Powlas struck out and  Matthew Dudas caught Miranda stealing second for a ‘strike ’em out, throw ’em out’ double play to end the first. Jack Sensing got the start for the Cougars and allowed three runs in the first inning. After loading the bases with a pair of walks sandwiched around a single, Ravenwood got all three runs on a two out double to left by MTSU commit Darrell Freeman. Two pitches later Micah Kaczor flied out to right to end the inning with Ravenwood up 3-0.

Sensing led off the second with a double to left. Ethan Henley attempted to move Sensing over to third with a bunt but was called out for batter’s interference when he was hit by the ball in fair territory. With one out, Sensing took third on a wild pitch and then scored on a sacrifice fly by Trey Grimes to make it 3-1 Ravenwood. Walker Purvine struck out to end the inning. In the bottom of the inning Sensing allowed a two out single to Bailey Whitten but got a ground ball to second by Jack Kopecky to prevent any further damage.

In the third, Brett Lyell started things off with a single to right. Collin Brown followed that up with another single to right. Miranda attempted to bunt the runners over with no outs but managed to beat out the sacrifice for a bunt single. On the play, second baseman Hagan Severance attempted to make a tag on Miranda at first and collided  with the runner, breaking his right arm. The collision sent the ball into shallow right and allowed Lyell to score before Coach Rodney Parker stopped Brown at third. Severance was attended to briefly on the field and was later taken to the hospital where the break was diagnosed. The report after the game was that he would require surgery to repair the injury. Once play resumed a passed ball scored Brown to tie the game at 3-3. Greer struck out again, Powlas popped up, and Sensing struck out to strand Miranda at second. Sensing got the Raptors in order in the bottom of the third, carrying the momentum into the fourth inning of a tied game.

After a lead off strike out by Henley, Grimes reach on a throwing error by replacement second baseman Daniel Hopfensperger that allowed him to advance to second. A Walker Purvine fly out and a Lyell strikeout ended the threat in the fourth. Sensing again cut down Ravenwood in order in the bottom of the fourth to hold the score tied.

Once again in the fifth the Cougars got a runner on when Brown reached on an error but could not find a way to move him around to score and the game remained tied through five and a half. After a ground out to start the bottom of the inning, Whitten singled to center and Kopecky singled to left. A fielder’s choice moved Whitten over and put runners on the corners for Ryan Beamish who came through with a two out single to right that scored both runners to make it 5-3 Ravenwood. Sensing came back to get a strikeout to stop the bleeding.

Dickson went in order in the sixth inning. Then in the bottom of the sixth Kaczor would come in to score on a passed ball to extend the lead to 6-3. Dickson got a lead off walk in the seventh but back to back strikeouts and a fly out ended the game with a Ravenwood sweep.

Jack Sensing took the loss. he pitched five and a third innings and surrendered six runs, five earned, on nine hits and four walks with two strikeouts.

The Lady Cougars had to come from behind to beat Brentwood Wednesday with a 3-2 victory. They trailed 2-0 entering the seventh. Brooklin Lee, Becca Estes, Allison Pendergrass, Ashley Scott, and Katie White were all held out of Wednesday’s game.


Lady Cougars Lock Up District with Ravenwood Blowout

Dickson County topped Ravenwood to secure first place in the regular season Tuesday night. After Brooklin Lee got the Lady Raptors to go in order in the first, their coaches decided started Hailey Erickson in the circle, in an apparent attempt to throw off the Lady Cougars with slower pitching. The strategic play didn’t pay off though and Erickson was replaced after only two thirds of an inning. That was due mostly to the fast start of Dickson County. Selena Crafton walked to start their half inning and Makray Odom chased her home with a rocket triple into the left field corner to make it 1-0 Dickson. Payton Grove flew out to center and Odom could not advance but after a bunt single by Ashley Scott and a Brooklin Lee pop out, Allison Pendergrass drove Odom in with a two out single to right. After the run scored Ravenwood went to their bullpen for regular starter Abby Irwin. Immediately Irwin settled things with a ground out to third to end the inning.

In the second inning, Ravenwood had runners on the corners with two outs but could not push a run across. In the bottom half of the inning Irwin got Keyle Bell, Becca Estes and Crafton to go in order leaving the score 2-0 Dickson after two innings.

Carlie Cantrell led off the third by reaching on an error from Ashley Scott. She advanced to second on a groundout and moved to third on a sacrifice bunt. Demi Patonis battled Lee to a 3-2 count and then singled to right to score Cantrell and cut the lead in half 2-1. Pendergrass slipped on a fly ball to left which allowed Haley Barnette to reach before Lee struck out Drew Dudley to end the threat still leading by one. The bottom of the third started with a ground out by Odom. Grove followed with a double to left but was called out when she was hit by a line drive from Ashley Scott before the ball reached any infielder.  With two outs and Scott at first, Lee walked then Pendergrass drove a ball to right and scored Scott. Savannah Mathis (running for Lee) advanced to third and Pendergrass moved up to second on the throw. Keely Buchanan to score both runners before Bell grounded out to end the inning with Dickson now on top 5-1.

Irwin picked up her second double of the game, sandwiched between a pair of Lady Raptor strike outs, and Cantrell grounded out to end the inning. Dickson got a leadoff single from Estes but Crafton, Odom, and Grove went in order to prevent any further scoring.

Ravenwood got a pair of singles in the fifth but again Lee turned the Lady Raptors away without a run. Dickson then exploded to shut the door on Ravenwood and the district in the bottom of the inning. Scott walked and Lee followed with a laser to left center for a two run homer making it 7-1 Dickson. Pendergrass reached on an error by Myers at third and advanced to second on a fielder’s choice by Buchanan. Bell drove her in with a single to center and Estes drove Bell in with a two run homer to left making it 10-1 Lady Cougars. With the bases clear and one out Crafton walked and moved to second on an Odom single. Grove struck out but Scott singled to right, scoring Crafton. Lee struck out to end the inning but Dickson led 11-1, which could have ended the game but the teams had not agreed to a 10-after-5 rule before the game so the game continued.

Ravenwood got two more hits in the sixth but could not bring anyone around to score. Dickson tacked on two more runs in the bottom of the sixth. The first when Estes reached on an error allowing Pendergrass to score and the second on a Crafton sacrifice fly that scored Buchanan.

Lee got the Lady Raptors to go in order in the sixth to close the game out 13-1 and secure the regular season district title for Dickson County.

Dickson baseball took a pair of losses to Ravenwood Tuesday night 10-1 and . They’ll play game three of the series on Wednesday at 7 weather permitting.

Creek Wood baseball got a 6-4 win over Camden. Kyle Klotz got the complete game win.

The Lady Redhawks lost 3-1 to Camden at home Tuesday night.


CW Baseball Drubs Dyersburg On Day 2 of Tourney

The Creek Wood Red Hawks opened their Friday experience in the 2015 Good Day to Play tournament with a relatively businesslike 6-1 win over the Dyersburg Trojans on Friday night. The Red Hawks scored 2 runs in the 1st, 3rd, and 4th innings, and Creek Wood pitching had a 3-hitter working through 5 innings with just one Trojan advancing as far as third when Dyersburg scored in the 6th.

Creek Wood got on the board early off some odd circumstances. Stevan Armstrong walked the first 3 batters he faced, then Kyle Klotz sacrificed to score Mathis Duncan. Kyle Heggie hit into a fielder’s choice to third, and the Trojans gunned down Paul Rahman at the plate putting runners at first and third with two outs. Two pitches later, Tyler Hines scored from third on a passed ball, before Armstrong gathered himself and got out of the inning by striking out Zeke Lecomte. The Red Hawks led 2-0 after one inning, but somehow Armstrong was throwing a no-hitter.

While Heggie continued to work on the mound for Creek Wood and retired the first six batters he saw, Armstrong continued the strange no-hitter, putting two runners on for the Red Hawks by hitting them, but getting out of trouble again with a fielder’s choice, a pop out, and a ground out.

Austin Purvis would break up Heggie’s no-hitter by singling on the first pitch he saw in the top of the third, and the Trojans would get him to third before Heggie worked a pop-out to slam the door. The everyday first baseman for the Red Hawks worked just one over the minimum through three, and his offense was about to help him out again in the bottom half. Lucas Dial would come on to relieve Armstrong, and immediately give up the no hitter as Hines would single to right. Klotz would then reach on a fielder’s choice that got Hines, but Heggie would single to put runners at the corners and Lecomte would single to make it 3-0. Brendan Dickens tried to bunt, but the Trojan defense turned it into a fielder’s choice and gunned down Heggie at third, before Nash Faught doubled to left to score Lecompte from second and make it 4-0 anyway.

The Red Hawks made a switch heading into the fourth, sending in Faught to protect  Heggie’s 27-pitch, 3-inning 1-hitter as the tournament would likely take its toll on the Creek Wood pitching staff over the weekend. Faught would allow a 2-out single and a walk in the frame, but otherwise escape unscathed. The wheels fell off for Dyersburg in the bottom of the fourth, however, as Duncan, Rahman, and Hines all reached on errors to open the frame; Duncan and Rahman scored before Klotz even reached the batter’s box, and though Dial got three straight outs the damage was done. Creek Wood led 6-0 heading to the top of the fifth, and Dyersburg had 9 outs left to rally when they’d managed just 2 hits and gotten only one runner past second base.

A single and a steal would put a Trojan in scoring position in the fifth, but Faught would let him get no further. Dyersburg would end the shutout in the sixth, however. Cade Coffman led off with a single, but Robert Worley would reach on a fielder’s choice that cut down the lead runner at second. Worley would take second on a passed ball, and get to third on a single, before Zack Mullins grounded out to score Worley and make it 6-1. Faught would ensure there was no 2-out lightning, however, as he got out of the 6th with a strikeout to end the threat.

A 2-out double by Kyle Klotz in the bottom of the 6th would be for naught, but Faught would need just 9 pitches to work 3 fly-outs to retire the side in the top of the 7th, and the Red Hawks would pick up a big win at home 6-1.

Heggie would earn player of the game honors for working 3 scoreless, 1-hit innings, striking out 1, but it was more for his efficiency than anything else. He retired the first 6 batters he saw, 4 of them on 1 pitch each, and needed just 27 pitches to get through 3 innings. He faced 1 over the minimum, threw first-pitch strikes to 7 of the 10 batters he faced, and threw just 8 pitches for balls his entire outing. Faught worked a steady 4 innings of relief, scattering 4 hits and allowing the 1 run, walking 1 but striking out 2. Armstrong took the loss, allowing 2 runs but only 1 earned in the 2-inning no-hitter, while walking 3 and striking out 1. Dial allowed 5 hits and 4 runs, 2 earned, striking out 1 in 4 innings of relief.

Only Jacob Austin had more than one hit for the Trojans, going 2-for-3, while Zach Mullins had the only RBI on the day, going 0-for-2 with a walk. Worley went 0-for-3 with a strikeout, scoring the only Dyersburg run in the process. No batter for Creek Wood had more than 1 of the Red Hawks’ 5 hits, either, but Klotz went 1-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI, while Lecomte did the same. Faught also went 1-for-3 for the only other Red Hawk RBI on the day.

In other Good Day to Play action locally, Dickson County beat Grace Christian 7-6 on Friday before socking Overton 11-0. Dyersburg recovered from the loss to Creek Wood by beating the Cougars 3-2 on Saturday, but then the Trojans lost 13-0 to Rossview. Northeast beat Dickson County 5-3 in the late game Saturday at Shelby Rye Field.  Creek Wood made it a sweep of the GDTP tournament by edging Grace Christian 6-4 and Columbia Academy 9-8 on Saturday.

Creek Wood softball played in the Border Battle tournament and got a split on Friday. The Lady Red Hawks topped Stewarts Creek from Smyrna 6-2, then lost 6-5 to Tullahoma. On Saturday, the Lady Red Hawks lost 5-0 to Hendersonville and lost 7-5 to Athens, AL. The Lady Cougars were supposed to play Beech on Friday night, but the Lady Bucs had to drop that game to make up district play instead. They did manage to play a district game on Thursday, besting Franklin 10-0.

Dickson County Rallies Past Red Hawks

The Creek Wood Red Hawks roughed up Dickson County starter Korbin Hinson in the early going on Friday night. However, Hinson bowed up, and his Cougars keyed a rally that gave the visitors the only lead they would need all night. A 2-run top of the 6th gave DCHS a 4-3 win over their in-county rivals in the first game of a home-and-home series.

Mathis Duncan led off the bottom of the first with a double, then Paul Rahman singled and Tyler Hines walked to load the bases for Kyle Klotz with nobody out. Klotz would reach on an error, but Dickson County would manage a force out in the process. Kyle Heggie would score another for the Red Hawks, hitting into a fielder’s choice, but Hinson would escape the trouble down just 2-0 two batters later.

Bret Kelly would cut the lead in half in the top of the second, singling to right to score Jack Sensing to make it 2-1. An error and two singles would load the bases for Creek Wood with one out in the third, and Zeke Lecomte would reach on another error to score Rahman and get the run back at 3-1.

In the top of the fourth, Tyler McMillan would sacrifice home Santino Miranda and cut the lead to 3-2, but the big thunder happened in the top of the sixth. An error, a walk, and a single put the bases loaded with only one out, then Sensing would sacrifice the courtesy runner in place of Hinson home to tie the game. Trey Grimes would then reach on an error and plate Ben Powlas to give Dickson County a 4-3 lead they would never relinquish.

Hinson would get the first two outs in the bottom of the sixth, then Graham Waynick and Collin Brown combined to get the final four outs to save a Cougar victory. The tying and winning runs would both get in scoring position with one out in the seventh, but Brown got a strikeout and a fly out to lock up the 4-3 win.

Kelly would lead the way offensively for the Cougars, going 2-for-3 with an RBI. Sensing would go 1-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored, and McMillian would go 0-for-1 but add the only other Dickson RBI. Lecomte went 2-for-4 with an RBI for Creek Wood, while Heggie went 1-for-2 and Klotz 1-for-3 to add the other 2 RBI. Hines went 2-for-3 with a walk, and Rahman would score 2 runs himself.

On the pitching side, Dickson County was stellar, as the staff did not allow an earned run through 7 complete innings. Hinson threw 95 pitches and scattered 8 hits through 5 and 2/3 innings, walking 2 and striking out 3 while allowing the 3 unearned runs. Waynick allowed a hit, but needed just 6 pitches to get an out, and Brown earned the save by working a scoreless, hitless seventh, striking out one while firing just 11 pitches plateward. Klotz also went 5 2/3 innings, using 124 pitches to get there, and also allowed 8 hits. He struck out 4 but walked 6, and allowed 4 runs, 2 of them earned. Joe Lynn, Jr., spelled Klotz after Dickson County took the lead; he went 1 1/3 innings of scoreless ball, striking out one and walking one.

Dickson County will host Creek Wood on Saturday, and the DCHS softball team will also host the Lady Red Hawks for our softball game of the week on WDKN and The One FM. Pregame is set for 3:45pm with a 4:00pm first pitch.

Weather Causes More Cancellations, Changes

The rain that soaked the Dickson area Monday and pop-up showers during the day on Tuesday are already turning the spring sports schedule on its head.

Creek Wood softball at Hickman County tonight has already been rained out. The game is scheduled to be made up tomorrow afternoon at 5pm.

Dickson County baseball is hosting a doubleheader today starting at 4:30pm against Centennial to make up the rained-out game from yesterday. The Cougars host Centennial for JV tomorrow, then will make up the last varsity game at Centennial Thursday at 7pm.

Dickson County softball is playing at home against Centennial today at 5, then making up Monday’s game at Ravenwood Wednesday afternoon at 3pm. They’re also slated to host South Fulton Saturday at 11pm and will play Creek Wood at 4pm that afternoon.

Creek Wood baseball is making up its rained out game from yesterday with a varsity doubleheader in Charlotte, hosting Waverly starting at 4:30p,.

Cougars Take Independence Series With A 4-2 Win

Dickson County locked up their second district series win of the season Wednesday night with a 4-2 win over the visiting Eagles of Independence. After grabbing the 3-0 shutout win Tuesday night the Cougars stayed hot behind the bats of Ben Powlas and Trey Grimes along with the “businessman like” performance of Blake Greer on the mound.

Greer got three ground outs in four batters in the top of the first to hold the Eagles in check and get his offense an opportunity. In the bottom of the inning Greer flied out to center on the second pitch he saw. Powlas followed him and took a one and two pitch to deep left center for a solo home run, his fourth of the season, giving Dickson the early 1-0 advantage. Dickson managed another base hit on Bret Lyell’s line drive single to right but failed to bring him around.

Up 1-0, Greer gave up a leadoff single to Adam Martin in the top of the second. A sacrifice bunt moved Martin to second with one out but Greer caught Martin leaning toward third and picked him off for the second out. Garrett Buttrey flied out to Lyell in foul territory to end the inning. Dickson went back to work in the bottom of the second. Grimes lead off with a hard single to left and took second when the throw was slow getting in from left. Santino Miranda tried to bunt Grimes over to third but Trent Starr, the Eagle starter, slipped and fell fielding the bunt. He recovered and threw to first from a seated position, first basemen Cameron Carroll dropped the throw and Grimes came around to score on the error. Starr got Ethan Henley and Collin Brown to end the inning with Dickson now up 2-0.

Greer took control in the third, getting the Eagles to go in order and holding them scoreless through three innings. The Cougars once again found a run in the home half of the third. Greer, helping his own cause, singled to short to start things off. That brought Powlas back to the plate, he took the first pitch he saw to the left field corner for an RBI double, putting Dickson up 3-0. The next three Cougars went in order to end the third.

That score held up until the top of the 6th inning. Luke Jones singled to center on a 2-2 pitch then Tommy Morren hit a hard ground ball to right to put two on with no outs. Greer appeared to labor for the first time all night but struck out the next to batters. A passed ball during the next at bat moved the runners to second and third with two outs. Martin delivered a hard grounder to center to plate Jones and Morren and pull the Eagles within one run 3-2. Greer got Jake Current to roll a ground ball back to the mound and end the inning with Dickson clinging to the one run lead. In the bottom of the 6th, the Cougars got an insurance run. Lyell lead off with a fly out to right but Jack Sensing got on with a hard ground ball back up the box. Grimes singled to center and Sensing moved u to third, Coach Rodney Parker dialed up a squeeze bunt and Sensing scored standing up to make it 4-2 Cougars. Ethan Henley grounded out to second to end the inning.

In the seventh, Buttrey walked on four pitches to start things off for the Eagles. Caleb Reed tried to sacrifice bunt Buttrey over bunt no one cover first base for the Cougars. Reed was safe and Buttrey advanced to third on the play. With runners on the corners Ethan Huner scorched a line drive to first but Lyell snagged it and landed on first base for a double play, Buttrey held tight at third. With two outs, Greer got Jones to ground out to second for the final out and the Cougars won their second straight district series.

Creek Wood baseball played a pair of games schedule for Thursday on Wednesday night instead to try and avoid the rain. The Red Hawks took the first game 13-4 over Goodpasture and topped host team Sycamore 9-2 early on. Nash Faught picked up the win for the Red Hawks. The Lady Cougars got a two run homer from Makray Odom and Payton Grove had a solo shot to give the Lady Cougars a 3-0 over Brentwood. Brooklin Lee was stellar once again with a three hit shut out and 17 strikeouts.

Lee, Lady Cougars Blank Franklin 7-0

The Dickson County Lady Cougars moved to 7-0 (1-0) with a 7-0 blowout of the visiting Franklin Lady Rebels Tuesday night.

Junior Brooklin Lee mowed down the Lady Rebels in the first inning with a  pair of ground outs and her first strike out of the night. In the bottom of the first, Dickson start a methodical offensive onslaught that allowed them to pull away. Selena Crafton walked on the first four pitches she saw, Makray Odom followed with a single which set Payton Grove up with two on and no outs. Grove used a sacrifice bunt to move the runners into scoring position for Ashley Scott. Scott appeared to fly out to right field but Catherine Keeton dropped the ball which allowed Scott to reach on a two base error and both runners scored. Back to back ground outs ended the inning but put Dickson up 2-0 after one.

In the second, Franklin got their first baserunner. After a Sydney Smith strikeout, Keeton sent a bounding ball toward third, Keely Buchanan couldn’t handle the ball and Keeton reach on an error. Lee struckout Maddy Sherwood, her pitching counterpart, and the Becca Estes gunned down a courtesy runner moments later to end the inning.

After a leadoff single by Buchanan to start the second, the Lady Cougars went in order still leading 2-0.

Lee tallied two more strikeouts in the top of the third. then in the bottom of the inning Grove and Scott hit back to back singles. Grove moved up to third on the Scott single leaving runners on the corner and one out for Lee. She delivered a ground ball to third, Smith looked Grove back but as soon as the ball was thrown to first the senior broke for home and scored ahead of the throw back from first to put Dickson up 3-0.

Franklin went in order again in the top of the fourth. Buchanan led off the home half of the fourth with a bunt single to third. Keyle Bell sacrificed to move her up but Becca Estes followed with a pop up to the catcher. With two outs, Crafton hit a grounder back to the mound but first basemen Bryanna Lamm mishandled the throw and allowed Crafton to reach. Buchanan came in from second on the overthrow putting Dickson up 4-0 to start the fifth.

Franklin got a walk by Sherwood after the first two batters of the inning stuckout but Lamm struck out to end the inning and the threat by the Lady Rebels. Dickson loaded the bases with three straight single by Scott, Lee, and Allison Pendergrass but only managed to push across one run in the inning when Bell hit a shot back up the middle to center.

Leading 5-0 Lee got Franklin to go in order and had a no hitter through six complete innings. Crafton led off the home half with a single. Odom flew out to right for the first out. Grove followed with a rocket RBI double to left. She advanced to came around to score on a Scott RBI single. Scott was thrown out trying to take second and Lee struck out to end the inning.

Lee surrendered a solid single to Libby Sugg, a BYU signee, to break up the no-no and then allowed a follow up single to Cassie Hayes. With two runners on Lee got strikeout number 10 by K-ing Smith. She then throw out Sugg on a fielders choice for the second out and Sherwood struck out to end the game.

Lee got the win with 11 strikeouts over 7 innings, walked 1 and surrendered a pair of hits. Grove was 2 for 3 with a single, a double, an RBI, and two runs scored, playing in the number 28 jersey instead of her traditional number 23 jersey. Tuesday night’s two hits doubled her season total, no word yet on whether she will continue to wear the 28 jersey.

Other scores from Tuesday night; Dickson County baseball got the win over Independence 3-0, Ben Powlas had a two run home run and Brett Lyell pitched a complete game three hit shutout to get the win. The Creek Wood Lady Red Hawks got an 8-2 win over East Hickman, Brett Jackson had a pair of home runs in the win. Creek Wood baseball also got the win in extra innings. Zeke Lecomte (pronounced Lecount) got a two run double to tie the game at 7 in the 7th. Tyler Hines knocked in Mathis Duncan for an 8-7 lead in the top of the eighth and the Red Hawks would go on to win 9-7 in 8 innings. Ryan Holley got the win, Hines picked up the save.


Baseball And Softball Broadcasts Kick Off This Week

RFC Sports will begin our coverage of high school baseball and softball starting this week. With weather playing a big roll in the schedule last week we made the decision to put off the beginning of our broadcast schedule until March 16th. Today’s featured game is East Hickman at Creek Wood baseball in an early season  district match up at 7pm on WDKN and The One FM. On Tuesday, Amp and Freeman will travel to Northeast high school for an out of district Lady Cougars softball game at 5pm. The Creek Wood Lady Red Hawks travel to Lewis County on Wednesday at 4:30 on WDKN and The One FM and we wrap up our week at Shelby Rye Field with Dickson baseball hosting Dyer County. All of these games are weather permitting with a rain chance in the forecast on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Check back soon for a tentative schedule of RFC Sports’ broadcasts for the season.