Mitch Mersman had a pair of goals within a minute early and Justin Hawkins added a second-half score as Dickson County soccer remained undefeated in District 10 with a 3-1 win over West Creek. The Cougars might have to defend their District 10 title from last year without Mersman, who suffered a potentially season-ending MCL injury late in the first half. Tyler Turpin and Ian Spence scored goals as Creek Wood soccer topped Kenwood 2-0. Dickson County tennis swept Northwest with the girls winning 8-1 and the Cougars on top 6-3. In today’s scheduled action, the Lady Cougars make up a district softball game at West Creek at 5:30. The Cougars host Kenwood at 5:00 in the DCHS Baseball Game of the Week on the RFC Sports Network. Creek Wood softball hosts Harpeth at 5:00 in a game moved from yesterday.