Gage Terry pitched the first no-hitter in Creek Wood High School’s history as the Red Hawks swept a doubleheader from Cheatham County and Kayla Jackson smacked a bases-loaded walk-off single in extra innings to give the Lady Red Hawks a wild 13-12 win over the Lady Cubs in a big day for Creek Wood sports. In the first game of a baseball doubleheader in Charlotte, Terry pitched the school’s first no-hitter as Creek Wood blanked the Cubs 10-0. The Red Hawks made it a sweep with a 14-4 victory in the nightcap. In a seesaw softball showdown, Creek Wood jumped out to an 8-2 lead over Cheatham County with Brett Jackson smashing a three-run homer in a seven-run second inning. But the Lady Cubs battled back to take an 11-10 lead into the seventh inning before Jackson scored on a game-tying single by Carrie Allen. Kayla Jackson kept the Lady Red Hawks alive by scoring on a wild pitch in the eighth to knot the score 12-12 and force a second extra inning. With the bases loaded and one out, Kayla Jackson sent a single off an outfielder’s glove to score the game-winning run and complete a 6-6 night at the plate with four runs scored and two RBI while getting the win on the mound. Dickson County High School swept a softball-baseball twinbill with Clarksville. The Lady Cougars gave up only three hits in topping the Lady Wildcats 6-0 while the Cougars scored three runs in the top of the seventh to beat the Wildcats 5-2. Dickson County soccer completed a big day in local sports by beating Northeast 3-1 with Mitch Mersman scoring two goals and Sterling Hobbs the other. Today Creek Wood softball is scheduled to host Scott County, Kentucky, at 5:00.