Dickson County capped off a strong week on Wednesday against Clarksville Academy defeating them 12-4. Earlier that day, Dickson defeated Pope John Paul II 10-9. On Monday and Tuesday, Dickson defeated Page 13-4 and then 9-6 respectively to round out its perfect week.

Games on Thursday and Friday were canceled due to weather. Those games were scheduled to be played against GCA and Knights Academy.

Ty Childers led Dickson on Monday with three runs batted in while Clinton Shrader, Riley Ward, Shaw Everett and Nate Poole all knocked in two runs each.

Seth Creasy pitched five innings in the win as Eli Potter and Dalton True each pitched an inning in relief to finish the game.

On Tuesday, Dickson was able to get the come-from-behind win against Page thanks to four runs in the sixth inning. Riley Ward, Shaw Everett and Nate Poole put a hurting on Page once again as all three knocked in two runs each.

Matt Roberts finished with three hits as Adam Roth pitched five innings. Micah Wiggins and Eli Potter each pitched an inning in relief to finish the contest.

On Wednesday Dickson had two games, the first of which came against Pope John Paul II. The Cougars offense again led the way thanks to a four-run fourth inning helping them keep pace with PJPII. Riley Ward and Adam Roth each recorded two runs batted in and three hits.

Nate Poole started the game on the mound and gave way to Owen Hutcheson. Dalton Groves and Dalton True finished the game for Dickson.

Dickson’s offense stayed hot throughout the day as the Cougars put up 12 runs on Clarksville in the second of the two games. Cade Pilkinton knocked in four runs on two hits while Clinton Shrader knocked in three on two hits. Seth Creasy scored three runs from the top of the lineup as well.

Freshman Ben Fisher got the start on the mound and pitched into the sixth inning. Carter Ward finished up the game pitching an inning and one third.

Dickson County will get back to action on Monday as they host Franklin. On Tuesday, Dickson will do the traveling and head to Franklin to finish out the month. Dickson will then host Brentwood on Thursday and Montgomery Central on Friday to round out the week.

Casey Patrick is the sports reporter for the Cheatham County Exchange and the Dickson Post. He graduated from Dickson County High School in 2010.

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