Dickson County holds both 10-AAA District Tournament titles after a 62-52 victory in the Cougars’ third matchup with Kenwood Tuesday night in Clarksville. A seesaw battle from the first tip had fans on the edge of their seats and the Kenwood gym on the verge of exploding. Caleb Tuck hit a corner three pointer to provide a 27-24 edge for the Cougars at the half but the early action was highlighted by two thunderous dunks by big man Geron Primm. With Trevor Daniel sidelined by a pair of early fouls, Primm entered the game at a crucial point in the second quarter and Jequan Lewis put him to work right out of the gate with an alley-oop pass that ignited the crowd and stole the momentum from Kenwood. After a dunk on the other end by the Knights’ Trent McLaurin, Primm would throw down another and retake the lead. In the second half Kenwood fought to hold a seven-point advantage but the senior-laden Cougars refused to buckle under pressure. A huge fourth quarter rally gave Dickson County a one-point lead 52-51 with two minutes left and after a defensive stand Lewis found Mitch Mersman wide open in the corner for a three that would ignite a 10-1 run to bury the Knights. Mersman and Primm shared the RFC Sports MVP combining for 13 critical points that at the time were momentum grabbers and they were perfect from the floor on the night. Lewis, Tuck, Daniel and Tyler Spicer were named to the All Tournament Team. The boys’ next game will be Saturday at 7 pm at Dickson County High School against Mt. Juliet in the Region 5-AAA opener. Fans who will be in attendance at the first round regional games are encouraged to wear orange for the Lady Cougars game Friday night against Station Camp and white for the Cougars game Saturday.