Creek Wood went 2-1 last week with wins over East Hickman (11-1) and Fairview (7-6) but lost to Watertown on Friday 9-5.
Aaron McCoy got the start on Monday and went two innings striking out five and allowing one run on one hit. Jacob Stephens came in in relief and pitched four innings collecting four strikeouts. Noah Christensen pitched the final inning and struck out two without allowing a hit.
Kaden Miner and Jackson Anderson each picked up three hits. Miner led Creek Wood with three RBI. Anderson and Braden Miller each knocked in two runs.
Creek Wood scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to not only come back but get the win as Miner tripled in the bottom of the seventh to score Jace Harrell for the walk-off against Fairview. McCoy, Anderson and Bailey Deason all collected an RBI as well.
Porter Matlock struck out five over four innings and Christensen struck out four over three innings.
Stephens, along with Brandon Porter led Creek Wood on Friday with two RBI each. Deason finished with a multi-hit performance with two hits.
McCoy got the start and struck out seven in under four innings. Porter and Christensen pitched in relief.
Creek Wood is scheduled for only one more game before the playoff start. The Red Hawks are slated to host Hickman County on Monday.