After a free throw in the last second gave Creek Wood a win over Harpeth Friday, the Red Hawks had the tables turned on them when Camden got a three-pointer with under 10 seconds left Tuesday night for a 61-60 victory. Creek Wood’s Ross Plunkett got off a contested shot before the buzzer, but it rimmed out and let the Lions escape with a come-from-behind victory at home. Plunkett led the Red Hawks with 14 points while brother Rollie Plunkett had 13 and Michael Morgan scored 12. Camden’s Brandon Weed led all scorers at 17, with five three-pointers including the game-winner. The Lady Red Hawks remained unbeaten in District 11-AA by topping Camden 74-63. Creek Wood got a strong performance from its bench, which outscored the Lady Lions 15-0. Rachel Bell led Creek Wood with 19 points, Lamarra Gordon had 18 and McKensie Haislip scored 11 off the bench. Dickson County High School rolled to a pair of big District 10-AAA wins in Springfield Tuesday night. The Lady Cougars held on to second place in the standings with a 72-35 win. The Cougars remained tied with Kenwood for first place by beating the Yellow Jackets 65-41. Dickson County hosts Clarskville Friday while Creek Wood gets a visit from Stewart County in district battles. With a chance for ice and snow in Friday’s forecast, the schools are considering moving the Creek Wood game up to Thursday and should decide today.