Creek Wood’s Red Hawks tried to mount a late rally against Harpeth Wednesday night but ended up falling to the Indians 6-4 in Charlotte. Harpeth had topped Creek Wood 6-3 just the day before in Kingston Springs. The Indians staked out a big lead when they batted around in the second inning for a 5-0 advantage, the big hit coming on a bases-loaded triple by Andrew Buma. Trailing 6-1, the Red Hawks pushed in two runs on an error in the sixth and managed to load the bases with no outs in the bottom of the seventh inning. But Creek Wood could only produce one run and took the loss to remain winless at 0-9. Tyler Hines led the Red Hawks offensively, going two for three with two runs scored and a sacrifice. Northeast’s Levi Primasing was dominating as the Eagles beat Dickson County 4-2 Wednesday. Primasing struck out 15 Cougars and the Eagles broke open a 1-1 game with three runs in the sixth. Dickson County’s Lady Cougars pounded Northeast for an 8-1 softball victory. Today the Creek Wood Lady Red Hawks will visit Harpeth for the softball game of the week at 5:00 with pregame coverage on the RFC Sports Network at 4:45. Cougar baseball hosts Northwest at 6:30, Lady Cougar softball is at Henry County at 5:30 and Red Hawk soccer hosts Sycamore at 6:00.