The high school spring sports regular season is winding to a close with tournament action starting this week. In a non-district tuneup Friday, the Creek Wood baseball team survived a late rally by Christ Presbyterian Academy and got a walk-off single in the eighth inning for an 11-10 victory. After taking a big lead early, the Red Hawks saw CPA slowly fight back and the Lions completed the rally with four runs in the seventh to force a 10-10 tie and send the game into extra innings. Creek Wood brought it to a sudden end when Mathis Duncan’s shot to leftfield brought Austin Hornick in with the game-winning run. Cougar baseball didn’t need any late heroics as Dickson County crushed Kenwood 8-1 in a makeup game Friday. Today’s schedule has Cougar baseball at Henry County at 6:00, Dickson County softball hosting Columbia at 5:00, Creek Wood soccer at Nashville Christian at 6:00 and the Red Hawks hosting Camden at 7:00 in the Creek Wood Baseball Game of the Week on the RFC Sports Network with pregame coverage starting at 6:45.