Creek Wood High School scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to rally for a 3-2 win over county rival Dickson County Wednesday night. It was only the second meeting of the county’s two high schools on the baseball field after the Cougars won their first showdown 6-4 in March. Red Hawk Paul Rahman keyed a sixth-inning rally with a two-out, two-RBI single to tie the game, then scored the game-winning run on a wild pitch. Dickson County had gotten a 2-0 lead on a Blake Greer RBI on a fielder’s choice in the third and Luke Humphreys scoring on a passed ball after a single in the sixth. Creek Wood’s Gage Terry got the win after giving up two runs on seven hits. Kyle Klotz secured the save in the seventh with three strikeouts. Brett Lyell went the distance on the mound for Dickson County, striking out eight while walking four and giving up five hits. In Wednesday’s other local sports action, Dickson County swept Creek Wood in tennis, the Lady Cougars blanking the Lady Red Hawks 9-0 while the Cougars won 7-2. Dickson County softball pounded Northwest 16-0. In middle school baseball, Charlotte’s Connor Pate pitched a perfect game to give the Tigers a 10-0 win over Cheatham County. On the schedule today: Lady Cougar softball hosts Independence at 5:00; Creek Wood baseball is at CPA at 5:00; Dickson County soccer hosts Springfield at 6:00; and Creek Wood soccer is at Clarksville Academy at 5:00.