CHARLOTTE – Creek Wood High School hosted several middle schools from Dickson County —including Burns Middle, Dickson Middle, and William James — schools from Montgomery County as well. Creek Wood boys basketball coach Charles Taylor was running double duty as he and a few of his players and assistant coaches hosted a youth basketball camp in the morning and the middle school team camp in the afternoon well on into the night.
CHARLOTTE – Creek Wood baseball coach Chris Clapper hosted a youth fundamentals camp for 92 participants. Clapper, along with assistant coach Cody Douchene, Dickson County baseball coach Rodney Parker and current and former Red Hawks all helped to lead the youth camp. Some of the drills incl…
DICKSON –Jason Tigert resigned on Tuesday as the boys basketball coach at Dickson County after five seasons to take the same job at Franklin, DCHS athletics director Jay Powlas confirmed.
Lennon Spicer led Creek Wood to a second consecutive state tournament appearance with strong performances from the plate and from the circle to receive Main Street Preps/The Dickson Post Softball Player of the Year award.
Dickson County High School captain Cameron Breese helped the Cougars advance to the district final and the regionals for the second consecutive season, earning the Oakland City University signee the Main Street Media/Dickson Post boys soccer player of the year award.
MURFREESBORO – A game full of wacky bounces led to the downfall of the Creek Wood softball team on Friday morning as it lost to Lexington 5-2, eliminating the Lady Red Hawks from the state tournament.
MURFREESBORO – A passed ball and a missed opportunity to tie the game with a runner at third base and only one out in the final inning cost Dickson County, which lost 1-0 on Thursday to Dyer County in a Class AAA state tournament elimination game.
MURFREESBORO — Sam England hit a leadoff home run in the bottom of the fifth inning to score the first run of the game as Creek Wood defeated Sequatchie County 3-0 on Thursday to advance to the semifinals of the state softball tournament.
MURFREESBORO – A passed ball at home plate and missed opportunity to bring in Brittney Hunt from third with only one out led to the ultimate undoing of Dickson County as they fell to Dyer County 1-0 in the Divison I AAA state tournament. This loss is Dickson’s second, meaning they have been eliminated from playoff contention.
MURFREESBORO – Jase Jackson’s fifth inning home run got the Creek Wood offense out of the rut they had been in as Samantha England and Maddy Pullum brought in runs in the top of the sixth inning with an RBI single each to give Creek Wood the 3-2 win over Gibbs.
MURFREESBORO – Ashlan Sensing came to the rescue once again for Dickson County as she kept Hardin County scoreless into the final inning as the Lady Cougars won an elimination game in the state tournament, 2-1.
MURFREESBORO – Creek Wood coach Nancy Jackson decided to switch up her lineup a bit and put Jase Jackson at leadoff and Sam Morgan at the third spot on Tuesday night to open the state tournament.
MURFREESBORO – Siegel junior and UAB commitment Sophie Golliver tossed a complete-game one-hitter, and seniors Caitlyn McCrary and Hannah Milhorn each hit a home run to power the Lady Stars to a 4-0 victory over Dickson County in the first game of the Class AAA state tournament at Starplex o…
In a rematch of last year’s region semifinals, Brentwood midfielder Naseem Abusalim scored twice to help the Bruins defeat Dickson County 3-0 in the Region 6-AAA semifinal match.