Dickson County jumped out to a 5-0 lead and then held on late to win the first ever baseball game between the Cougars and Creek Wood 6-4 Thursday. Cold, windy conditions, with rain and sleet mixed in, were a factor all night. Outfielders lost track of fly balls, pitchers lost control and the ball was dead off the bat throughout the night. Despite the conditions, Dickson County built a 5-0 advantage and led 6-1 headed to the sixth. Creek Wood rallied for a three-run sixth. Bo Baker surrendered the big inning after relieving starter Luke Humphreys to start the sixth. Coming out for the top of the seventh Baker allowed a lead-off single but the runner would get no closer than second. A fantastic play at shortstop by Humphreys ended the game and secured the win for Dickson County. Humphreys earned the RFC Sports MVP with 9 strikeouts and 3 walks, allowing one hit and knocking in the first run of the game. In other Thursday action, Dickson County softball fell in Columbia 8-6; Camden blanked the Creek Wood Lady Red Hawks 6-0; Summit topped Creek Wood 3-2 in soccer; and the soccer Cougars were shut out 3-0 by Riverdale. With spring break starting in Dickson County schools today, local teams are participating in weekend tournaments. Cougar baseball heads to a Smyrna tournament to face Eagleville and the host Bulldogs today and Father Ryan and Centennial Saturday. Lady Cougar softball returns to the Commando Classic in Hendersonville with pool playing continuing against Science Hill and Pope John Paul II today and Siegel Saturday before the elimination round begins. Creek Wood softball heads to Jackson to face Fayette Academy and Murray, Kentucky, today, then Obion County Saturday.