The Dickson County Lady Cougars’ season is over after a loss to Page in the first round of the District 11-AAA Tournament. Page defeated Dickson 72-43.
The Creek Wood Red Hawks had to hold off on their bid for a district title last week as rough weather swept through the mid-state but as soon as they could get back to the court they were right back on track.
Dickson’s Tay Payne and Creek Wood’s Shelby Zacharias both won first place this past week at the TSSAA Individual wrestling tournament. They weren’t the only wrestlers who participated, though, as Ari Anderson finished third for Creek Wood as well.
Dickson County was able to beat Spring Hill 51-40 in the play-in game for the District 11-AAA Tournament but then ran into top-seeded Franklin, who they had lost to twice already this season.
The Creek Wood Lady Red Hawks started their district tournament last week against Waverly before the weather showed up and defeated Waverly 70-38 to get things started. After that, Stewart County came to town and Creek Wood dispatched of them as well with a 53-40 win and then put away East Hickman in the district championship 60-35.
As part of its monitoring of the spread of invasive Asian carp, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency asks fishermen to notify the agency of any of the fish they catch, nine inches and under.
The Wilson County Chapter of Friends of NRA, which for years has won national acclaim for its robust fund-raising that supports local scholarships and grants, is in danger of folding.
Former Dickson County High School, University of West Alabama and now Bethel University quarterback Jacob Murphree has had a long-stinted journey in football.
One of the good things – maybe the only good thing – about these miserable February days is using them as an excuse to sit by the fire with a favorite old book, with each musty, tattered, dog-eared, coffee-stained page a nostalgic delight.
Out of the 11 weight classes in the TSSAA girls wrestling divisions, Dickson schools will be represented in three of them. Creek Wood’s Ari Anderson and Shelby Zacharias will be returning to the state tournament this year looking to repeat while Dickson County’s Tay Tay Payne is a two-time state runner-up looking for her first championship.
Both of Creek Wood’s boys and girls basketball teams planned on already having their district tournaments finished by now but the snow and ice this past week changed all of that.
Both the Cougars’ and Lady Cougars’ basketball teams will be starting the district tournament at or near the bottom of the bracket. Dickson County’s boys team was supposed to begin the district tournament on Sunday evening but that was postponed for Monday, February 22.
After winter weather canceled nearly all sporting events this week, Nashville-area high school basketball teams are set to resume district and region tournaments as soon as this weekend.
The Creek Wood High Lady Red Hawks shot an impressive 57% from the field on Tuesday, Feb. 2 to come away with a season sweep of Stewart County, winning the game 52-31.
The Dickson County Cougars picked up their first district win of the season with a 58-43 win over Spring Hill, but the Lady Cougars fell to 4-6 and 3-5 with a loss to the Lady Raiders last Tuesday night.
The Creek Wood Red Hawks and Lady Red Hawks both picked up wins last Friday evening for homecoming and senior night as the girls put away Hickman with a 67-49 win, while the boys held off the Bulldogs late for a 61-52 victory.