Two teams on two-game winning streaks and battling to keep their playoff hopes alive tangle in Charlotte tonight when Creek Wood hosts Montgomery Central. The Red Hawks and Indians are the only two 4A schools in District 11-AA and the winner of their annual showdown has the advantage in earning a postseason spot. If the season were to end right now, both teams would barely make the playoffs with Montgomery Central being the last team to qualify. Both teams enter tonight’s meeting on two-game winning streaks, having both beaten district rivals Waverly and Stewart County. Creek Wood is coming off its bye week, which it needed to get some key players back from injuries. Creek Wood is 2-2 in the district and 3-3 overall. Montgomery Central started the season with five straight losses before wins in the last two weeks to stand 2-3 in the district. The Red Hawks are averaging 15.7 points a game while giving up 23.5. Quarterback Ian Spence and tailback Justin Tummins hope to be able to gash the Indians’ defense, which is giving up 30 points a game while the offense has averaged only 12 points. Kick off at Creek Wood is 7:30 with pregame coverage on all channels of the RFC Sports Network starting at 6:30 pm.