The Dragons will wrap up their season regular season schedule Thursday night when they host Columbia. Dickson’s season has fallen short of many preseason expectations that projected a 7-0 record for a team laden with 8th graders like Will Roberts and Jacob Murphree. After a one and three start the Dragons have been searching for answers to their inconsistencies on both sides of the ball but have rebounded to win their last two games. Thursday night is a chance to pull out a winning record for the year and finish 4-3. Tune in to the RFC Sports Network Thursday at 6pm for pregame coverage, kickoff is set for 6:30pm.
The Redhawks will again be looking for their first win of the season when they travel to Stewart County Friday night. Red zone woes have plagues Creek Wood this season, the last two weeks they have entered the red zone six times and left with zero points. After two straight shutouts and 7 interceptions thrown by quarterback Ian Spence the Redhawks will try and right the ship against a one and three Rebels team that is coming off of a 28-14 loss to Houston County last week. Friday night’s game can be heard on rfcsports.com with pregame starting at 7 and kickoff set for 7:30pm.
After overcoming the “Homecoming Hangover” last week by beating a tough Springfield squad, the Cougars look to keep rolling on the road versus the Coyotes of West Creek. Winless on the season the Coyotes are coming off a 63-7 loss to Henry County and a win over the District leading Cougars could salvage their season. Dickson on the other hand is unbeaten at 6-0(4-0) and in control of the District 10 AAA standings. Last week’s challenge from Springfield showed that the Cougars are not invincible and still have work to do. The Yellow Jackets kept the Dickson offense out of the end zone and forced five Mitch Mersman field goal attempts to win the game. Friday’s game can be heard on the RFC Sports Network with pregame at 7 and kickoff at 7:30pm.