The TSSAA Board of Control made a couple of changes to its proposed 2013-17 alignment plan that will affect Creek Wood High School while moving Dickson County High School into a new district. The alignment plan approved Thursday leaves Creek Wood in District 11-AA, but increased the district from seven to nine schools when it added East Hickman, Hickman County, Lewis County and Fairview while moving Cheatham County and Harpeth out. Fairview and Lewis County were originally proposed to be in District 12-AA, but a last minute change moved them into District 11. The board first voted to place Fairview in District 9, then switched them to District 11, joining remaining teams Creek Wood, Camden, Waverly, Stewart County and Montgomery Central. Dickson County will officially move from District 10-AAA to District 11-AAA, joining Brentwood, Centennial, Franklin, Independence, Ravenwood and Summit, which is moving up from District 12-AA. The changes mean Creek Wood will only play two non-district football games while Dickson County will now play four non-district games. Coach Troy Williams said the Cougars will continue with two-year agreements to play Creek Wood and Columbia and he hopes to continue the rivalry with Henry County even though the schools are now in different districts.