Two football teams struggling to find their feet this season meet tonight as Dickson County hosts Summit for Homecoming. The Cougars are 0-6 overall and 0-2 in their first year back in District 11-AAA. After battling through four close losses to open the season, Dickson County has been blown out by Brentwood and Wilson Central by a combined score of 67-6 the last two weeks. The Spartans opened the season with a 28-6 win over Class AA Spring Hill before dropping their last five games, including losses in their two District 11 contests with Independence and Centennial. Summit scored only one touchdown in each of their first four losses before getting blown out last week 52-28 by first-year program Stewarts Creek. On Monday, Summit Coach Scot Keasler announced he will be stepping down at the end of the season. Keasler has been Summit’s coach since the school opened in 2011 and has a 4-22 record. The Homecoming pep rally will be at 9 am in the DCHS gym. Dickson County and its feeder schools in Dickson and Burns will dismiss at 11:30 today. The Homecoming parade starts at 1 pm at Dickson Middle School, goes through downtown and ends at DCHS. The coronation of Queen Rachel Rife and her court and the announcement of the pep rally, skit and float competition winners will be at 6:30 in Dickson County Stadium. Dickson County and Summit kick off at 7:00. Pregame coverage on all channels of the RFC Sports Network begins at 6 pm. After back-to-back wins over Wavery and Stewart County to pull to 3-3, Creek Wood has its bye this week.