For the Dickson County Cougars, it’s pretty simple: beat Northeast Friday night in the regular season finale and clinch first place for next week’s District 10-AAA Tournament. At 14-1, the Cougars hold a one-game edge over 13-2 Kenwood, which faces Springfield Friday. Northeast currently sits in third place at 12-3 in the district. Dickson County topped the Eagles 64-46 in their first meeting in Clarksville. Dickson County and Kenwood split their series, but an upset loss to West Creek has the Knights looking up at the Cougars. For the Lady Cougars, it’s not quite as simple. Dickson County and Rossview are currently tied for first place at 14-1, having split their two meetings this year. The Lady Cougars crushed winless Northeast 54-26 in January. Rossview takes on Clarksville Friday night. The Lady Cougars are currently 20-3 overall while the Lady Hawks are 20-4. Wins by both Dickson County and Rossview Friday night will give them a share of the district title. For Creek Wood, both teams are already locked into their positions for next week’s District 11-AA Tournament regardless of the outcome of Friday’s finale against Waverly. The Lady Red Hawks are 11-0 in the district and have already clinched first place and the top seed. At 7-4, the Red Hawks are locked in at third place, two games behind Waverly and Cheatham County and two games ahead of Harpeth. The Red Hawks will play a first-round tournament game Tuesday at Stewart County while the Lady Red Hawks get a bye into Friday’s semifinals.