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Dickson County’s Volleyball team is gearing up to begin yet another season. This season will be Jacklyn Clements second as head coach of the Lady Cougars’ Volleyball team as they look to grab a second district title in as many seasons.

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Last week, the Dickson Post previewed the Dickson County Cougars football team so this week we’ve turned our attention to the Creek Wood Red Hawks. Coach Houston Thiel returns with all of his staff except one assistant coach so even though the Red Hawks have to navigate through some roster turnover, Creek Wood is still in very good hands with the current coaching staff. Chip Sullivan, who had worked with the offensive and defensive line has moved to Burns Middle. Darren Fizer was brought on to help in strength and conditioning.

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Last week, the Dickson Post previewed the Dickson County Cougars football team so this week we’ve turned our attention to the Creek Wood Red Hawks. Coach Houston Thiel returns with all of his staff except one assistant coach so even though the Red Hawks have to navigate through some roster turnover, Creek Wood is still in very good hands with the current coaching staff. Chip Sullivan, who had worked with the offensive and defensive line has moved to Burns Middle. Darren Fizer was brought on to help in strength and conditioning.

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Football season is just around the corner and with just over a month until the season starts both Dickson County and Creek Wood are gearing up to get the season underway. This week, we take a look at the Dickson County Cougars who will be in their second season with coach Greg Burns running the show as he looks to get the Cougars football program back on the right track.

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Dickson County High School has named Steve Dodd the next head basketball coach of the Cougars Basketball team. Dodd was recently at Sycamore but spent time at Hillwood High School from 2008-2019. Dodd has coached basketball for over 40 years and will bring some experience and stability to the Dickson County position that will now be on its third coach in just four seasons.

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Local Dickson County High School golfer Jackson Herrington has qualified for the USGA US Junior Amateur tournament at Pinehurst. The tournament, set for July 19-24, will be stroke play and then match play. Herrington qualified after finishing as a co-medalist at Old Fort with a -1 under par score. Only 264 athletes qualified in a field of over 4,000 competitors.

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William Petty has been named the MVP by the Dickson Post. Petty led Dickson County with a 183.67 average and helped the Cougars advance to their first ever region tournament appearance. Petty also helped Dickson defeat both Creek Wood and White House for the first time in program history.

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Dickson County senior Brock Holley has been named the 2021 All County Player of the Year by the Dickson Post. Holley’s senior season included 10 goals and six assists over 16 games while also being selected to the all-district team as well as the Meet Me in the Middle All-Tournament team.

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Clinton Shrader has been named the 2021 All-County Player of the Year by the Dickson Post. Shrader led the county with six home runs and 33 runs batted in. Shrader finished the season with a .301 batting average and a .402 on-base percentage while scoring 35 runs. Shrader was a middle-of-the-order bat with his production but also played shortstop on defense. Shrader helped lead Dickson to a 25-17 record this past season.

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Dickson County didn’t take long to get back on the diamond after finishing the season as the Cougar have already begun their summer league season with a game against GCA. The rest of the schedule is as follows.

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After leading the Dickson County Lady Cougars to the TSSAA State Tournament, Ashlan Sensing has been named the 2021 all-county Player of the Year by the Dickson Post. Sensing was dominant in the circle all season for Dickson including 238 innings pitched accruing a 0.79 earned run average. Sensing finished with a record of 19-8. She also did her part at the plate as well as she finished the season with a .293 batting average and one home run with 21 RBI.

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Wednesday was another jam-packed slate in Murfreesboro as the TSSAA Spring Fling marches on. Two more days of games remain before the season’s over.

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Charlotte Middle School finished runner-up in the inaugural Class A TMSAA state championship last week, as the Tigers defeated Ridgeview Elementary School 8-3 on Friday and then lost to Inman Middle School 2-1 in the championship game. The Tigers picked up 13 hits on Friday against Ridgeview…

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Dickson put away McGavock easily as the Lady Cougars scored seven runs in the second inning and didn’t look back. Ashlan Sensing got the start on the mound and pitched only three innings to get some rest with a full week ahead of her but Sensing struck out eight of the nine batters she faced and didn’t allow a base runner. Kate Peters finished the game pitching four innings and striking out six.

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Dickson coach Bert Newberry congratulates Octavia Petty as she rounds third after blasting a home run.