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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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COOKEVILLE – The Creek Wood bowling teams competed in Cookeville all week with the girls finishing runner-up in the regional tournament to punch their ticket to a sectional matchup and winning that match, as well, to qualify for the TSSAA state bowling tournament. 

FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. – The Dickson County Lady Cougar wrestlers traveled to Fort Campbell last week and had a strong showing while they were there. The team finished third in overall points thanks to first-place finishes from Tay Payne, Laura Flores and Kenna-Sue Phillips.

WAVERLY – The Creek Wood basketball teams made the trip to Waverly last week to take on the Waverly Central Tigers, both the boys and girls came away with wins. The Lady Red Hawks easily defeated Waverly 69-21 and the Red Hawks pulled away with a for a thrilling 69-60 victory. 

CHARLOTTE—Creek Wood held off a strong offensive output from McEwen to win the boys’ matchup 75-65 as the girls took care of McEwen’s Lady Warriors on their way to a 69-33 win last Thursday night.

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.