Freshman Brett Jackson scattered seven hits in collecting a complete-game shutout as Creek Wood blanked Waverly 4-0 in a chilly softball game Thursday. The Lady Red Hawks improved to 5-3-1 overall and picked up their first District 11 victory of the season as Jackson struck out five and walked four. It wasn’t an overpowering performance for the daughter of coach Nancy Jackson, but she got solid defensive help from her teammates. An RBI double by Beckey Melton in the first inning gave Creek Wood what would turn out to be the game-winning run. Jackson got a little breathing room in the fifth inning when Cheyenne Douthit smacked a bases-loaded single and a throwing error allowed three runs to score for the final margin. But Jackson needed some help to finish it up when Waverly loaded the bases with no outs in the seventh. A shallow pop fly followed by an unassisted double play by third baseman Carrie Allen killed the threat and ended the game. In other Thursday action: West Creek topped Creek Wood baseball 6-5; Kaelen McFall, Sterling Hobbs and Trevor Daniel scored goals as Dickson County soccer beat Columbia 3-0. Dickson County baseball is in Chapel Hill for a tournament at Forrest High School, playing Dyer County at 2:00 today and Houston at 4 pm tomorrow. Creek Wood baseball hosts Northwest Saturday at 5:00.