Tonight is not just the final regular season basketball games for Creek Wood and Dickson County seniors, but it also is the final regular season game for Cougar Coach Kevin Tuck, who announced his retirement earlier this season. A 1979 DCHS graduate who took Martin Westview to a girls’ state championship in 1996 and also was an assistant coach at his alma mater UT-Martin before returning to Dickson County, Tuck is looking for career win 418 in his 20-year career. In addition to tonight’s Senior Night activities, DCHS will honor Tuck as well as senior Jequan Lewis for breaking the school’s career scoring record. Both Creek Wood and Dickson County will honor their seniors during tonight’s doubleheaders. The Cougars also are playing for first place and the top seed in the District 10 Tournament. A win over Northeast tonight clinches the title. The Lady Cougars are playing for at least a share of first place as they enter the final contest tied at 14-1 with Rossview. Since the teams split their two meetings this season and both defeated all the other district teams below them, if they finish tied then the number-one seed for the tournament will be decided by a coin flip at a district coaches meeting this weekend. Creek Wood hosts Waverly tonight in games that have more impact for the visitors. The Lady Red Hawks have already clinched first place and are looking to finish the district schedule undefeated. The Red Hawks will be seeded third for the tournament regardless of tonight’s outcome. It’s the Tigers who are battling Cheatham County for first place in District 11-AA.