"We're kind of moving up the ladder a little bit in the standings," Wildcats coach Mike Tobin said. "We got up by as many as 16 points, and they were the third seed going into the night."
Woodland led 12-10 after the first quarter, but saw the Grizzlies take a slight lead, 30-26, into halftime.
The Wildcats (15-8, 6-8) clamped down in the third quarter, holding Creekview to just nine points as they snatched a 51-39 lead before fourth-quarter play had begun.
Woodland's Cameron Mayweather scored 16, Daryel Morris 14, Corey Tobin 13, RJ Williams 10 and Adam Tobin 9.
The Wildcats have one more game remaining, a 7:30 p.m., non-region matchup today at Paulding County. They could see their current place improve with some help.
"There's a logjam of teams with six [region] wins," Mike Tobin said. "We won't know for sure [where we will be] until Thursday night.
"There's a chance we could go as high as [No.] 5."
After tonight's game, Woodland will take some time to rest before it begins region tournament play, which could be Saturday or Wednesday, Feb. 16, depending on if it gets into the top five. [The top five seeds get a first-round bye.]
"That will be three Wednesdays in a row we've taken off," Tobin said. "I think at this time of the season, it's good to get a little break."
In Lady Wildcats' action Monday, Woodland (4-18, 1-13) lost to the Lady Grizzlies of Creekview, 59-19.
The Lady Wildcats hit the road to face Paulding County at 6 p.m. today.