Dickson County High School’s Cougars take a slim half-game lead into tonight’s battle with Kenwood for first place in District 10-AAA. Kenwood handed Dickson County its only district loss in a 71-60 decision in Clarksville on Dec. 14. The Knights lost to West Creek for their only district blemish. With a 12-1 district record, the Cougars are half a game ahead of 11-1 Kenwood, which comes calling on the Cougar Den tonight. With Northeast and Northwest left on their district slate next week, the Cougars are hoping to even the series with Kenwood to improve their shot at the top seed for the tournament. The surprising Lady Knights are currently third in the district standings, where the 12-1 Lady Cougars hold a half-game lead over 11-1 Rossview after handing the Lady Hawks their first loss Tuesday. Creek Wood’s Lady Red Hawks have already sewn up the top spot in District 11-AA, regardless of the outcome of their two remaining district contests. At 10-0, the Lady Red Hawks have a three-game lead over the rest of the field. Creel Wood hosts Montgomery Central tonight. The Lady Red Hawks pulled out a tough 43-38 win over the Lady Indians in December on the road. The Red Hawks currently stand in third place in the district with a one-game lead over Harpeth. Dickson County and Kenwood battle at 6 pm in the Coming Home celebration at DCHS. Creek Wood and Montgomery Central tip off at 6:30. Both doubleheaders can be heard on the RFC Sports Network. Dickson County also travels to Waverly Saturday for a non-district contest rescheduled from January.