Northeast pulled off a 55-42 upset of Dickson County in the regular season finale Friday night that dropped the Cougars into a tie with Kenwood for first place in the district. Despite holding a one-point lead at intermission, the Cougar offense vanished in the second half when they were outscored 29-15 by the Eagles, who wound up third in the district. Jequan Lewis led Dickson County with 16 points. The loss on senior night left the Cougars at 14-2 in District 10-AAA, tied with Kenwood and meaning a coin flip will determine who gets the number-one seed in the district tournament opening Wednesday because the Cougars and Knights split during the regular season. The Lady Cougars also finished tied for first place after crushing the winless Lady Eagles 81-30 Friday. Dickson County built a 43-12 lead by intermission and went deep to its bench in cruising to victory. After Rossview stomped Clarksville 58-18 Friday, the Lady Cougars and Lady Hawks finished tied for first at 15-1 and split their two meetings this season. A coin flip will determine who gets the number-one seed. The eighth- and ninth-seeded teams will battle in a play-in round Wednesday night with the quarterfinals to be played at the higher seeds’ home courts. The Lady Cougars will host a game at 7 pm Thursday and the Cougars will host at 7 pm Friday.