Dickson County High School’s Lady Cougars avenged their only district loss of the season and took over first place with a 54-32 win at Rossview Tuesday night. The Lady Cougars raced out to a 24-point lead at intermission and handed the Lady Hawks their first District 10 defeat. With a 12-1 district record, the Lady Cougars take over first place with a half-game lead over 11-1 Rossview. Lea Lea Carter led Dickson County with 17 points and Megan Billingsby added 12. The Cougars remained a half game ahead of Kenwood by beating Rossview 60-50. Ahead by only one point at intermission, the Cougars put together a 16-2 run in the third period to build enough cushion to hold off a late Hawks rally. Jequan Lewis led DCHS with 26 points. The Cougars improve to 12-1 in District 10, a half game ahead of Kenwood, which improved to 11-1 by avenging its only district loss with a 73-37 rout of West Creek Tuesday. Kenwood visits Dickson County Friday in a battle for first place.