Just like they dominated District 11-AA during the regular season, the Creek Wood Lady Red Hawks were in control throughout the tournament and claimed a second straight championship Monday night by beating Stewart County 58-31 in Waverly. The 29-3 Lady Red Hawks, ranked fourth in Class AA, will host a Region 6-AA tournament game Friday. Vanderbilt signee and Class AA Miss Basketball finalist Rachel Bell led the charge to the title by personally out-scoring the Lady Rebels. The senior scored 10 points in the first period as Creek Wood took a 17-10 lead. She added another eight in the second frame as the Lady Red Hawks were on top 27-16 at intermission. Bell tallied 11 points in the third as Creek Wood pulled away to an overwhelming 51-27 advantage. Bell added three more before the starters gave way to the bench in the fourth period to finish with 32 points in a 58-31 victory. Leah Grubb sank a trio of three-pointers for nine points. Bell was named the District 11-AA Tournament MVP. Lady Red Hawks Grubb, Bailee Anthony and Brianna Spicer also were selected for the All-Tournament team. As the district champion, Creek Wood will host Spring Hill, the fourth-place team from District 12-AA, in the opening round of the Region 6-AA tournament at 7 pm Friday. The tournament moves to Spring Hill for the semifinals and finals.