Dickson County High School’s softball team did what it needed to do to get a shot at a district title, but a late rally fell short in a 3-2 loss to Clarksville Thursday. The Lady Cougars earned the berth in the championship by fighting out of the losers bracket with a 4-0 win over Northeast, avenging an earlier tourney loss. But it would take a second win on the night over Clarksville to extend the tournament and Dickson County came up just short as the Lady Wildcats claimed the District 10-AAA title. The Lady Cougars trailed 3-0 heading into the bottom of the seventh and managed to push two runs in before the Lady Wildcat defense shut the door. The runner up finish will advance Dickson County to the Region 5-AAA tournament where the Lady Cougars will be on the road Monday. Dickson County’s soccer Cougars also came up just short of the district title in a 2-0 loss at Rossview in the championship match. The loss to the Hawks breaks Dickson County’s two-year unbeaten streak in District 10-AAA competition. Rossview got a goal in each half and managed to turn away 16 Cougar shots to claim its first district title since 2005. The Cougars will move on to defend their Region 5-AAA crown but will be on the road Tuesday. Waverly and Creek Wood softball battled in a pitchers’ duel in a District 11-AA elimination game and the Lady Tigers squeezed out a 1-0 win to end the Lady Red Hawks’ season. Waverly’s Taylor Hill and Creek Wood’s Kayla Jackson battled back and forth through six scoreless innings before Waverly pushed a run across in the seventh. Creek Wood managed to get runners on second and third with no outs in the bottom of the seventh but Hill got her seventh strikeout, a comebacker to the mound and a popup to end the game and the season for Creek Wood.