Ashley Scott smashed a two-RBI double and a solo homerun as Dickson County’s Lady Cougars rolled over Clarksville 6-2 Friday morning to advance to this afternoon’s Class AAA state softball championship game. Dickson County must beat Smyrna twice to claim its second state title in school history. The Lady Cougars and Lady Bulldogs will meet at 3 pm in Murfreesboro and if the Lady Cougars win the second deciding game will be at 6:30. In the second inning Wednesday morning, Scott drew a walk to lead off the second inning, then pinch runner Lainey Reed came around to score on a double by Allison Pendergrass. With Rachel Rife and Makray Odom on base in the third, Scott smashed a double to plate both runs, including what would turn out to be the game-winner. Becca Estes scored in the fourth on a Payton Grove single to go up 4-0. Scott homered to center for a 5-0 lead in the fifth. Dickson County went up 6-0 in the sixth when Selena Crafton singled and scored on an error. With a big lead, Coach Shane Buchanan pulled starter Brooklin Lee for the last two innings. Clarksville picked up two runs in the sixth helped by a couple of Lady Cougar errors before Delane Bryant closed out the win in relief. Smyrna sent Dickson County into the losers bracket with a 1-0 win Thursday night.