Dickson County’s Cougars finished the first half of the District 10-AAA schedule with a 64-46 win at Northeast Tuesday night to remain tied for first place with Kenwood at 7-1. The Cougars used defense and speed to build a 17-8 lead in the opening quarter, then drained four three-pointers in the second to build a 17-point advantage at the half. The defenses stepped it up in the third but a 12-0 run in the fourth allowed the Cougars to secure the victory and knock the Eagles out of a three-way tie on top of the district standings. JeQuan Lewis led Dickson County with 23 points and Caleb Tuck had 17. The Lady Cougars put Northeast away early with a 20-0 first quarter on their way to a 54-26 decision. The Lady Cougars remain just a game behind Rossview with a 7-1 district record while the Lady Eagles are winless at 0-8. Freshman Lea Lea Carter led the Lady Cougars with 12 points in shortened floor time while Payton Grove added 10. Dickson County returns to Clarksville Friday for another district showdown at West Creek. The Lady Cougars needed double overtime and 34 points from Carter to beat the Lady Coyotes 69-65 in November.