Creek Wood rolled to a pair of District 11-AA basketball wins Friday night over Stewart County. The Lady Red Hawks demolished the Lady Rebels 57-21 to sweep the season series and remain undefeated in district play. Creek Wood jumped out to a 16-3 lead in the opening period, pushed ahead by 20 at halftime and cruised to the 36-point win. Rachel Bell led Creek Wood with 21 points and Brittney Gosnell added 11. The Red Hawks rained three-pointers on the Rebels in a 79-59 victory to sweep the series. After leading by just six at intermission, Creek Wood dialed it in from long range to roll to a 20-point win. The Red Hawks finished with 11 three-pointers on the night. Isaac Edmondson had 28 points, including six treys. Gabe Cummings scored 17 with three beyond the arc, Ross Plunkett scored 12 and Ross Cummings added 10 with one trey. Creek Wood travels to Fairview Tuesday. Dickson County swept a pair of non-district games at Waverly Saturday night in a makeup doubleheader rescheduled due to winter weather earlier in the season. The Lady Cougars jumped in front 28-12 at halftime then held off a Lady Tigers rally for a 58-48 win. Emily Beard had 22 while Lea Lea Carter added 17 and Payton Grove scored 16. The Cougars trailed Waverly by a point at the start of the fourth period but managed to rally for the 55-51 victory. Otis Gerron led Dickson County with 18 while Tracy Green added 13. Dickson County returns to District 11-AAA action Tuesday at Ravenwood. Tonight, Dickson Middle School hosts Lancaster Christian Academy in a 6 pm doubleheader on the RFC Sports Network.