Creek Wood went 2-1 last week with an 11-1 win over East Hickman and a 7-6 victory against Fairview, but the Red Hawks lost to Watertown, 9-5.
Aaron McCoy got the start April 26 against East Hickman and went two innings. He struck out five and allowed one run on one hit. Jacob Stephens came in in relief and pitched four innings, collecting four strikeouts. Noah Christensen pitched the final inning and struck out two without allowing a hit.
Kaden Miner and Jackson Anderson each picked up three hits. Miner led Creek Wood with three RBIs. Anderson and Braden Miller each knocked in two runs.
Creek Wood scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to not only come back, but also get the win, as Miner tripled in the bottom of the seventh to score Jace Harrell for the walk-off against Fairview. McCoy, Anderson and Bailey Deason each collected an RBI, as well.
Porter Matlock struck out five in four innings, and Christensen struck out four in three innings of work.
Stephens, along with Brandon Porter, led Creek Wood on April 30 with two RBIs apiece. Deason finished with a multi-hit performance with two hits.
McCoy got the start and struck out seven in less than four innings. Porter and Christensen pitched in relief.
Creek Wood was scheduled for one more game before the postseason. The Red Hawks were slated to play host to Hickman County on Monday.