Dickson County's Jett Carter controls the ball against Overton in the District 11-AAA tournament final. DAVID RUSSELL

Dickson County's Jett Carter controls the ball against Overton in the District 11-AAA tournament final.

Dickson County lost to Overton 4-0 in the district tournament championship game.

The Cougars had defeated Glencliff 3-0 in the semifinals and were scheduled to play either Brentwood or Ravenwood in the regional semifinals.

“We came out strong against Glencliff and we wanted to carry that momentum over to the finals,” Dickson coach Chris Cardona said. “Due to weather concerns we moved the final up to Wednesday night. I wish we could have played Thursday to allow for extra rest for the guys. We were disappointed that the game didn’t go our way but at the same time excited about the opportunity to play in a regional semifinal.”

Montgomery Central 6, Creek Wood 0

Creek Wood’s season came to an end with a loss to Montgomery Central. The Red Hawks had only two seniors on this year’s squad — Chase Garland and Micah Johns.

“The leadership and discipline of our seniors will be missed,” Creek Wood coach Houston Daniel said. “Their level of competitiveness and commitment were something to be admired. Many of our younger players have grown this year under their leadership and will continue to grow. Next season, we will have the highest amount of returning senior players that I have ever had at this school. I have high expectations for this group and anticipate them to do extraordinary things.”

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