Dickson County’s Cougars held on to a half-game lead in District 10-AAA with a 55-46 win over Clarksville Friday night. Coach Kevin Tuck’s team improved to 11-1 in the district, a half game ahead of 10-1 Kenwood, which scored a win over Northeast Friday. Trailing at the end of three quarters, the Cougars got a big offensive push to outscore the Wildcats 20-11 in the final period for the win. Jequan Lewis led Dickson County with 32 points. The Lady Cougars stayed on the heels of Rossview for the district lead by pounding Clarksville 63-35. A 24-12 first quarter set the tone as Lea Lea Carter led Dickson County with 21 points. Dickson County faces two huge district battles this week, traveling to Rossview Tuesday in a contest for first place on the girls’ side, then hosting Kenwood Friday in a showdown for first place for the boys. Creek Wood travels to Cheatham County Tuesday, goes to Fairview Thursday and hosts Montgomery Central on Friday.