Dickson County High School senior Tyler Spicer has committed to play basketball at Maryville College in East Tennessee. The 6-6 Spicer was a force inside and outside for the Cougars, who set a school-best mark with a 27-7 record this season. Spicer sank a three-pointer with 12 seconds left in overtime to give the Cougars a 70-67 win over Kenwood to keep Dickson County on top of the district standings, then was named MVP of the Region 5-AAA Tournament when he scored 20 points, including five treys, to beat Wilson Central 45-38 in the title game. Dickson County would end its season in the state sectional with a loss to Hillsboro, only the team’s sixth trip to that round in 41 years and first in 15 seasons. The Scots finished their 2012-13 season 10-14 and lost to Ferrum College in their first USA South Athletic Conference Tournament. Founded in 1819, Maryville had competed in the Great South Conference in NCAA Division III, where the Scots won nine conference titles over a span of 12 years. Maryville has played in the NCAA Division III national tournament 18 times and advanced to the Elite Eight in 1992. Spicer will join former Cougar Cameron Tuck, who as a freshman this year did not play in a game for the Scots.