After splitting in the regular season and finishing tied for first place in District 10-AAA with 14-2 records, Dickson County and Kenwood will meet for the District 10 Tournament title Tuesday night. The Cougars fought their way into the title match by beating Clarksville 70-53 Friday, then Rossview 72-58 Saturday at Kenwood. District 10 MVP Jequan Lewis added to his school career scoring record by leading the Cougars with 25 points against the Wildcats and 29 points versus the Hawks, giving him 1,910 career points. Against Clarksville, the Cougars built a 34-16 lead at intermission and cruised to victory in the second half. Dickson County built a 14-point edge over the Hawks at the end of the third quarter Saturday night and held that margin through the final period at the foul line. Kenwood, which got the top seed on a controversial tie breaker, got past Northwest Friday and Henry County Saturday to set up the 1 vs. 2 showdown for the title at 7:30 pm Tuesday on the Knights’ home floor. In their two meetings this season each team won at home: Kenwood 71-60 in December and Dickson County 70-67 in overtime on Feb. 1. Regardless of the outcome of Tuesday’s championship, both teams will host a first-round game in the Region 5 Tournament.