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Creek Wood’s defense has come to play in the last two weeks. The Red Hawks’ defense has allowed just three points in its last eight quarters including a shutout against Montgomery Central on Friday night.
There are so many different events and spectacles going on during a Friday night high school football game. Whether it’s the actual game on the field or the Super Bowl being played between the small children on a random patch of grass, there’s always something to see.
Creek Wood took down Harpeth in straight sets last week 3-0. The Lady Red Hawks took the first set 25-7 and then took the second set 25-16 before finishing off Harpeth 25-21 in the final set.
Creek Wood was able to get another notch in the win column on Friday night as the Red Hawks were able to defeat Tullahoma on the road. Creek Wood’s defense held Tullahoma to three points.
Dickson County High School hosted over twenty schools Friday, September 2nd. Sarah Potter continued her winning ways by easily outdistancing the competition placing first and setting a new course record at Buckner Park. The boys had a respectable showing and placed 3rd. Medalists for the boys' team were Nathan Marcum in 4th place and Aiden Lajaret in 20th.
Creek Wood hosted Fairview last week for some volleyball as the Lady Red Hawks defeated the Lady Yellow Jackets in straight sets by scores of 25-16, 25-16 and 25-16.
I couldn’t have been more wrong about last week’s games. I had Dickson winning their first game and that most certainly didn’t happen while also picking Marshall County to get a big win over Creek Wood. Marshall County did win, but it took a late field goal to get the win.