Dickson County’s Cougars grabbed their second District 11-AAA victory of the season by holding off Summit 40-37 in Spring Hill Tuesday night. The win avenges a 10-point loss to the Spartans in December and keeps alive Dickson County’s hope of avoiding the bottom seed for the district tournament. At 2-8 in the district, the Cougars have now beaten Summit (2-7) and Centennial (2-7), the two teams immediately ahead of them in the standings. Dickson County has district games left with Independence (5-4) and Ravenwood (7-2), while Summit and Centennial both have three district games to play. The Eagles grabbed a 19-point win at DCHS while Ravenwood won by 11 at home earlier this month. A nip-and-tuck contest at Summit saw the Spartans leading by two at intermission before the Cougars took control for a four-point lead after three. The seesaw battle saw the Cougars hold on for the three-point win with Hunter Wolcott leading the way with 11 points. The Cougars improved to 6-17 overall and close out the regular season at Independence Tuesday, hosting Ravenwood next Friday and on the road to Harpeth Feb. 10.