Creek Wood Keeps Streaks Alive
Friday night Creek Wood got back into district play hosting White House.
The Lady Red Hawks stayed undefeated in district play with a 44-34, while the Red Hawks pick up their first district win soaring past the Blue Devils 80-45.
For Head Coach Russell Wilson and his team, it was a bit of a bounce-back game.
The Lady Red Hawks struggled offensively in their game against Dickson County, especially Brianna Burgess and Laura Nichols.
While the point total for the team was the same in both games, Burgess and Nichols seemed to be much more comfortable on Friday night.
Burgess with fifteen and Nichols with eighteen, a lot closer to what you expect from them night in and night out.
Coach Wilson and his team also continued their defensive dominance holding yet another opponent under forty.
Flip over to the Red Hawks, and the offense was far from a struggle.
Four, nearly five, Red Hawks scored in double-digits and by the end of the game, the floor was littered with the future of Creek Wood basketball.
Jamison Ford for the second straight game led the way, this time with nineteen.
Braden Dawson had fourteen, Jace Herrell with twelve, and Carter Thomason had eleven.
Tanner Lampley just a point away with nine.
Nine players total players also scored for Creek Wood.
Seeing both Dawson and Thomason in double figures is something we had not seen this season.
If Head Coach Charles Taylor and his team continue to develop an interior presence, they go from a threat to contenders to a contender themselves.
Creek Wood will have to wait till Friday to get back on the court.
Their game Monday night has been postponed.
It was already a makeup game from earlier this year with Montgomery Central.
Friday Creek Wood will host Portland.