Red Hawks Stroll Past Central in Monday Baseball

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, while not registering an at bat due to 3 walks. Indians pitching issued 4 free passes to the Red Hawks with the bases chucked, walking in a run each time.

Connor Pate dazzled on the bump for the home side, however. He needed 116 pitches to work 7 innings complete, scattering 4 hits and 3 walks, allowing an earned run, and fanning 12 in a 6-1 thumping of the Tribe.

Dickson County baseball got a big win to open a series against Centennial, grinding out a 7-4 win over the “other Cougars.” Creek Wood softball got a huge win 4-3 at Class AAA terror Wilson Central Monday night as well.

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