Dickson County High School’s Kevin Tuck and Eve Hamilton were voted the District 10-AAA Coaches of the Year and Cougar senior Jequan Lewis was named boys’ District 10-AAA Most Valuable Player during the district coaches meeting Tuesday. Tuck, who is retiring at the end of this season, led the Cougars to a 14-2 district record and a tie with Kenwood for first place. He has 417 wins in a 20-year coaching career that includes a stint at Martin Westview where he won a state championship. The Cougars ended up with the number two seed on a tie breaker based on Dickson County’s loss to Northeast Friday and Kenwood’s loss to West Creek earlier in the season. Hamilton led the Lady Cougars to a 15-1 district record to finish tied with Rossview for first place. The Lady Cougars lost the number one seed on a coin flip at Tuesday’s meeting. Lewis is Dickson County’s leading scorer and broke the school career scoring record of 1,797 points held by Cory Pflieger. The Virginia Commonwealth University signee heads into the postseason with 1,856 career points. Rossview’s Janey White won the girls’ MVP honor. The Lady Cougars host Henry County at 7:00 tonight in the District 10-AAA Tournament while the Cougars will host Clarksville Friday. Named to the All-District 10-AAA team were Cougars Lewis, Tyler Spicer, Caleb Tuck and Donte Daniel and Lady Cougars Lea Lea Carter, Payton Grove, Megan Billingsby and Jhnaesha “J-Lew” Lewis.