The Creek Wood High School Lady Red Hawks returned from last week’s delays caused by inclement weather in an offensive slump and were upset by Sycamore in a non-district contest Saturday night. The offensive problems began Friday when Creek Wood struggled to get past Harpeth 44-37 in a District 11 contest. At Sycamore Saturday, the Lady Red Hawks fell 41-33 despite 15 points from Rachel Bell. The Red Hawks picked up two wins as Rollie Plunkett sank a free throw with four tenths of a second left in a 45-44 victory over Harpeth Friday. Plunkett finished the night with 17 points. On Saturday, Gabe Cummings and Michael Morgan had 16 points each as Creek Wood rolled past Sycamore 64-58. Dickson County High School took a pair of big district wins over Henry County at home Friday night. Lea Lea Carter scored 18 points as the Lady Cougars won 62-30 and remain just a game behind Rossview in the District 10 standings. The Cougars got 25 points from Jequan Lewis in a 71-47 rout of the Patriots and remain tied with Kenwood at the top of the district standings. Dickson County is at Springfield and Creek Wood travels to Camden in big district battles Tuesday.