Creek Wood and Fairview postponed their Monday-Tuesday series to a Wednesday doubleheader at Fairview due to the heavy rains that soaked the midstate over the weekend. By Tuesday, the field at Creek Wood had drained, and the Red Hawks were able to play as planned; the home side took care of business with a 5-2 win. When Wednesday rolled around, the Yellow Jackets opted to play at the early start time anyway. Creek Wood started off early as well, leading 3-1 at the end of the first inning. Riding a strong performance from Zeke Lecomte, the Red Hawks built an 8-1 lead and salted itRead More →

It was a zany game filled with defensive errors and offensive production, but the Creek Wood Lady Red Hawks held off East Hickman 9-6 on Tuesday night. East took a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first, but Creek Wood tied the game with a 2 RBI single by Lillie Boydston. Three batters later, Analeigh Coursey would give the Lady Red Hawks the lead on an RBI single and Tara Rahman made it 4-2 with an RBI double. Creek Wood padded the lead with a run in the third and 2 more in the fourth to make it 7-2, before the two sides arguedRead More →

Creek Wood and Waverly Central squared off in an epic pitchers’ duel Thursday night in Charlotte, but Waverly’s Ally Brown came out on top in a 2-0 win for the visitors. Bailey Griffith started the night for the Lady Red Hawks, who were honoring lone senior Tara Rahman, and Griffith was in cruise control in the early going. Unfortunately, a two-out error in the field put a runner at first, and Emily Hooper blasted a 2-run homer to left-center for what would wind up the only score of the night. Griffith got out of the inning quickly, but head coach Nancy Jackson lifted Griffith forRead More →

The Red Hawks had great pitching on Friday night but dropped one to the Dickson County Cougars on Friday night. They needed the offense working to get a win in the second game Saturday. But on Monday night, it was pitching that led Creek Wood to the promised land in the Distict. Well, that and a number of hiccups with the Montgomery Central defense. Zeke Lecomte was the only Red Hawk to register more than one hit, going 3-for-3 with a walk and 3 RBI. Philip Creasey went 1-for-2 but scored once, and Devon Higgins had a unique stat line–an RBI and a run, whileRead More →

The Dickson County Cougars and Creek Wood Red Hawks put on quite a show in a home-and-home baseball series over the weekend. Jon Lynn and Gage Pontremoli dueled on Friday night in the Game of the Week, and did not disappoint. Dickson County took an early 1-0 lead, but Creek Wood struck back and took over 2-1. Some late heroics gave the visiting Cougars a 3-2 lead, and though the Red Hawks brought the winning run to the plate in the bottom of the seventh, Pontremoli shut Creek Wood down for a complete game win. The curve ball was nasty as the young righty dazzledRead More →

The Creek Wood Lady Red Hawk softball team had a lot of reason to be excited on Friday afternoon. Fresh off a 10-inning, 1-run win over Class AAA power Clarksville High the night before, the young-but-experienced Class AA squad hosted another AAA school in Centennial. The Lady Red Hawks would prove rude hosts to the Lady Cougars, as CWHS slammed the door in a mercy-rule win, 11-0 in 5 innings. Creek Wood scored a run in the first, second, and third innings before exploding for 8 in the bottom of the fourth. That put the lead above 10 going into the top of the fifth,Read More →

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 →

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 →