Dickson County High School’s Cougars took a firm grip on first place in the District 10 standings by avenging their only conference loss with a 70-67 overtime victory over Kenwood Friday night. The Knights forced the extra time with a three-pointer at the buzzer to tie the game 59-59 but in overtime the Cougars got a three-pointer of their own from Tyler Spicer to take the lead with 12 seconds remaining and iced the game at the foul line. Jequan Lewis led Dickson County with 25 points while Spicer finished with 20. The Cougars improved to 13-1 while Kenwood dropped a game back at 11-2. The Cougars picked up their 20th win of the season and avenged one of their other regular season losses by crushing Waverly 92-62 on the road Saturday in a non-district contest. The Cougars are 20-5 overall. It was a big night Friday for Lady Cougar senior Megan Billingsby, who was crowned queen for the basketball Coming Home celebration, then led Dickson County with 19 points in a 63-45 win over Kenwood. The Lady Cougars led by five at the half and pulled away to improve to 13-1 in the district and remain a half game ahead of Rossview. Payton Grove added 15 for Dickson County, which is at Northwest Tuesday and hosts Northeast Friday to close out the regular season.