The Dickson Middle School Lady Dragons basketball team will have a third member of the Hamilton family leading them this fall. Kelsey Hamilton has been named the new head coach for the Lady Dragons and has already been participating in camps with her new team. Hamilton follows her mother, Eve Hamilton, and older sister, Kelly Hamilton Stevenson, in leading the Lady Dragons. She spent the past season helping her mother and sister coaching the Dickson County High School Lady Cougars. A former Lady Dragon and Lady Cougar herself, Kelsey Hamilton graduated from Bethel University in May 2012 after four years as a member of the Lady Wildcats squad. She started 32 games her senior year and finished her career with 750 total points, including 200 three-pointers. As a point guard, she shot 32 percent from the floor and 31 percent from beyond the arc while sinking 75 percent of her free throws. She totaled 209 rebounds, 102 assists and 82 steals as Bethel played in the NAIA tournament three of her four years on the team. Hamilton also was named an NAIA Scholar Athlete. She takes over a Lady Dragons squad that lost only one game in the last two seasons, won a state sectional title and was on its way to a second one this year before being disqualified due to a scheduling violation. Hamilton will teach literature at DMS.