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The Dickson County Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with Main Street Media of Tennessee, publishers of the Dickson Post, is very pleased to present the 2019 edition of their annual chamber magazine, Discovering Dickson County.

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Teams from the eastern part of the state were dominant in the Blue Cross Bowl championship games played last Thursday through Saturday.

For the first time all season there is a team different than Oakland in the top spot of the Main Street Preps Top 25 High School Football Poll.

DICKSON – For the first time in program history, both Creek Wood bowling teams defeated state powerhouse White House in the same match. The Lady Red Hawks and Red Hawks have both bested White House a few times over the past few seasons but never in the same match.

DICKSON – On Wednesday, Maddie Perez signed her letter of intent to play volleyball at Cumberland University. Her family, friends, teammates and coaches were all in attendance.

DICKSON – The Cougars and Lady Cougars wrestling teams return some fire power from last season’s squad in state qualifiers Tay Payne, Michael Quillen, and Cole Campbell, along with other wrestlers who made strides last season.

DICKSON – Creek Wood made its first trip to Thunder Alley to face Dickson County on Monday since head coach Scott Wright took over the program six years ago.

CHARLOTTE – Sycamore’s boys’ basketball team got the season opening win over Creek Wood with a strong second half in new coach Steve Dodd’s debut by a score of 66-55, while the Lady Red Hawks won the girls game over Sycamore by a score of 59-41.

CHARLOTTE—Lennon Spicer, surrounded by many teammates, friends, family and coaches, signed her letter of intent to play softball for Morehead State University.

CHARLOTTE—Houston Kilpatrick, a pitcher for the Creek Wood Red Hawks baseball team, signed his letter of intent to play for Jackson State at the next level on Wednesday.

DICKSON—Chase Hoover became the second Jackson State baseball signee from Dickson County on National Signing Day with his friend, Houston Kilpatrick, a Creek Wood senior who signed earlier in the day with the same school.

DICKSON—Allie Potter signed her letter of intent to compete in cross country and track at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on National Signing Day on Nov. 13.

Despite getting to the free throw line 33 times on Tuesday, the Clarksville Wildcats dropped their season opener to the Dickson County Cougars 74-63 at home.

The first round of the 2019 playoffs is in the books and Summit moved into the top 10 after a 27-14 upset win over Gallatin.