A goal on a penalty kick in the first minute of the match put Creek Wood’s soccer Red Hawks behind early and gave the momentum to Montgomery Central as the Indians rolled to a 3-0 win. Creek Wood actually fired off more shots than the Indians but were shut out of the net as Central took a 2-0 lead at intermission and added a third goal in the 65th minute. Recent Sewanee signee Holden Foster recorded his fifth shutout of the season as Dickson County pounded Kenwood 4-0. The Cougars improved to 9-1-1 overall and 3-0-1 in district play as Foster has given up only two goals against district competition. In softball, Dickson County blasted Springfield 10-0 while Camden needed extra innings to beat Creek Wood 3-2 in 9. Cougar baseball topped Springfield 11-3 and Dickson County and Springfield split in tennis, the Lady Yellow Jackets winning 6-3 and the Cougars winning 7-2. With possible thunderstorms in the forecast for later tonight, Dickson County and Creek Wood will again try to square off in baseball for the second time. The county rivals were rained out last week and their second meeting rescheduled for 7:00 tonight at Creek Wood. The Cougars won the first-ever baseball game between the two schools last month 6-4. Tonight’s game can be heard on the RFC Sports Network starting with pregame coverage at 6:45.