Dickson County High School’s Cougars got the upset they needed to avoid the bottom seed for the District 11-AAA tournament. The Cougars got five points in the last 90 seconds to knock off Ravenwood 46-45 in the Cougars Den Friday night. DCHS finished the district regular season 3-9, tied for fifth with Centennial, which beat Summit 46-45 Friday. Summit is the seventh seed at 2-10. District coaches will determine a tie-breaker since the two teams split their regular season series. After being tied 23-23 at halftime Friday, the Raptors jumped ahead by nine at the end of the third period. But Dickson County fought its way back into contention and with 1:22 left in the game pulled within one at 45-44 when Robert Triggs hit a three-pointer. A few seconds later Dalton Rainey got a steal and with three seconds left in the game Tracy Green sank a short jumper for the winning basket. Otis Gerron led the Cougars with 12 points while Hunter Wolcott added 11. Dickson County will be on the road to open the District 11-AAA tournament Thursday at either Franklin or Independence, depending on the tie breakers. After a tough opening period, the Lady Cougars put Ravenwood away with a 75-38 win Friday to finish the district regular season in third place at 8-4. Leading by only one after the first quarter, a 19-7 run through the second period put the Lady Cougars in control and they blew the game open with a 47-21 advantage in the second half. Emily Beard led the win with 17 points while Payton Grove had 16 and Lea Lea Carter added 14. The Lady Cougars will host Summit at 7 pm Wednesday in the first round of the District 11-AAA tournament. The winner advances to the semifinals Saturday at Independence and earns a spot in the Region 6 Tournament. Dickson County closes out the regular season with a non-district battle at Harpeth tonight. Coverage on the RFC Sports Network starts at 5:45 pm.