Late in the second quarter Saturday night in Waverly, Cougar senior Jequan Lewis drained a three-pointer that broke the career scoring record for boys’ basketball at Dickson County High School. With the 23 points he scored in the 92-62 win over the Tigers, Lewis now has 1,797 points with two regular season games and the postseason remaining. The trey just before the half put Lewis ahead of the 1,784 points scored by 2005 DCHS graduate Cory Pflieger, who went on to play four years for the Rice University Owls in Houston, Texas. Lewis is averaging 24.6 points per game this season. Since the game was in Waverly and Dickson County is at Northwest tonight, the Cougars will recognize Lewis’ achievement at his final regular season game Friday against Northeast. Lewis has committed to play for Virginia Commonwealth University. The Cougars currently sit in first place in District 10-AAA with postseason tournaments to start next week. Creek Wood hosts Nashville Christian tonight at 6:30 in a non-district contest.