The Creek Wood Lady Red Hawks go after their first Region 6-AA championship tonight against Giles County at Spring Hill High School in Columbia. Ranked number three in the AP Class AA poll, the Lady Red Hawks have set a school record with 31 wins against only three losses. Since a Dec. 30 loss in an East Tennessee tournament, Creek Wood has reeled off 18 wins in a row, taking the District 11-AA tournament title and earning its second berth in a region championship. The Lady Red Hawks lost to Page 66-61 in last year’s region championship and were forced to go on the road for the state sectional, where they ended their season 62-48 at Macon County. The winner tonight gets to host a state sectional Saturday against the loser of Westmoreland and Martin Luther King Magnet in the Region 5 championship. Giles County won the District 12-AA tournament and is 19-9 with a seven-game winning streak. The Lady Red Hawks and Lady Bobcats have played four common opponents. They both faced host Forrest in a Thanksgiving tournament with Giles County winning by 16 and Creek Wood by seven. Giles County beat Cascade three times by an average of 13.3 points while Creek Wood beat Cascade twice by an average of 23.5 points. Creek Wood beat Spring Hill by 31 points while Giles County won its three meetings by an average of nine points. Creek Wood beat Lewis County three times by an average of 25 points while Giles County beat Lewis County by 15 points in the region tournament. Creek Wood is led by Class AA Miss Basketball finalist and Vanderbilt signee Rachel Bell, who passed the 2,000-point mark for her career and set a school single-game record with 41 points. In five district and region tournament games, Bell is averaging 30 points a game despite not playing four full quarters in any of the Lady Red Hawks blowout wins. In two postseason games, Bell has personally outscored Creek Wood’s opponents. Creek Wood and Giles County meet at 6:00 tonight with pregame coverage on the RFC Sports Network starting at 5:45. CPA and Cascade battle for the boys’ title in the second half of the doubleheader at Spring Hill.