Creek Wood’s Lady Red Hawks secured a top-three spot and a home game to open the District 11 Tournament by crushing Harpeth 12-0 Tuesday. Creek Wood is scheduled to host a first-round game Friday with an opponent yet to be decided. Dickson County soccer clinched at least a tie for first place in District 10-AAA with a 4-0 win over Northwest. The Cougars got goals from Sterling Hobbs, Justin Hawkins, Trevor Daniel and Kaelen McFall while Holden Foster tallied another shutout. The Cougars are tied with Rossview for top seed in the tournament due to a 1-1 tie in the season opener. The Hawks play Henry County today and a Patriot win would hand the regular season title to the Cougars. Creek Wood soccer also will be home to open tournament action after rolling past Hickman County 4-2 Tuesday. Tyler Turpin scored three goals and Robbie Grogan added one as the Red Hawks head into postseason play hosting Greenbrier at 6:30 Saturday to open the District 10-A/AA tournament. After a 3-2 eight-inning loss to Camden Monday, the Red Hawk baseball team couldn’t stay as close to the Lions in a Tuesday rematch in Camden as Creek Wood fell 8-1 to close out the regular season. The Dickson County High School tennis teams saw their District 10 Tournament stay end Tuesday as the Lady Cougars fell to Rossview 4-0 and Clarksville blanked the Cougars 4-0. Dickson County now awaits the individual tournament to begin. The Lady Cougar softball team is scheduled to wrap up its regular season in Smyrna today, having already secured the top seed for the District 10-AAA tournament. District meetings will be held today and tomorrow to set the brackets for baseball and softball tournaments.