Will Secker was the main event for Creek Wood in their only contest of the week as they defeated Greenbrier 11-5. Secker pitched the first five innings allowing only two unearned runs, which is a feat itself against a very strong Bobcat offense. Secker also picked up 14 strikeouts while Houston Kilpatrick finished off Greenbrier striking out one over the final two innings.
Secker also went 4-5 from the plate collecting four RBI but the rest of the Creek Wood offense got in on the fun as well. Sam Batey went 2-5 with three RBI and Zach Bone collected two RBI on his 3-5 night. Mitch Duke set the table as he went 2-3 and added two walks as well. Logan York and Brandon Porter both collected hits for the Creek Wood offense as well.
Creek Wood is now 1-0 in the early goings of the season. It may be a while until the next game rolls along, though.
Dickson split the week with Page as both teams got the home victory. On Tuesday Dickson County hosted Page and was able to outscore Page 8-5. Sam Adams got the start for Dickson and pitched over five innings while striking out four and allowing only one earned run. Drake Lewis and Seth Creasy finished off Page on the mound.
Offensively Clinton Shrader led the way with three hits and scored two runs to get the Dickson offense going at the top of the lineup. Matt Roberts added two hits and one RBI while Adam Roth got a hit in his only at-bat and collected two RBI as well. Riley Ward, Chase Hoover, Hayden Riley and Hunter Hardin all collected one RBI and one hit against Page in game one.
Game two came Thursday evening as Dickson County traveled to Page and lost in a close contest 3-2. Andrew Travis pitched five innings allowing only one unearned run and striking out eight. Seth Creasy finished the game striking out three and not allowing a hit or walk through three shutout innings.
Adam Roth, a freshman, came through again offensively for Dickson as he went 2-3 and collected an RBI. Riley Ward picked up the other RBI for Dickson. Clinton Shrader, Hayden Riley and Quinn Murphy all picked up hits for Dickson as well.
Dickson is now 2-4 after finishing up the week against Page. Like Creek Wood, and basically everyone else, now it is just a waiting game to get back out onto the field.