Dickson County got all the runs it needed in the first inning and Brooklin Lee did the rest as the Lady Cougars claimed the District 11-AAA softball tournament championship with a 3-0 victory over Franklin Friday. The win means the Lady Cougars will be at home today for the Region 6-AAA tournament. Sophomore Lee struck out 12 Lady Rebels at Franklin’s Fly Park and pitched her way out of only one jam on her way to the complete-game, two-hit shutout. Playing as the home team despite being in Franklin’s backyard, the Lady Cougars struck for two runs in the bottom of the first. Makray Odom led off with a triple, then scored what would prove to be the game-winning run on an RBI single from the team’s lone senior Rachel Rife. After getting moved around, Rife would cross the plate on a passed ball for a 2-0 lead. Franklin had its best shot at breaking the scoring ice in the sixth with the bases full of Lady Rebels, but Lee got a fly ball to Odom to escape the threat. The Lady Cougars tacked on an insurance run when Keely Buchanan got a pinch hit single to score courtesy runner Katy White. As champions in their first season in District 11-AAA, the 37-7 Lady Cougars will host McGavock at 6:00 in the Region 6-AAA semifinals. Tonight’s winner hosts the winner of Overton-Franklin on Wednesday. As the winners of District 11-AA, Creek Wood’s Lady Red Hawks will be hosting Page at 5:00. Tonight’s winner hosts the winner of Giles County-Waverly on Wednesday. After finishing as runners up in District 11-AA, the Creek Wood Red Hawks will travel to Spring Hill for a 6:30 Region 6-AA baseball semifinal on the RFC Sports Network with pregame coverage starting at 6:15. Tonight’s winner hosts the Lewis County-CPA winner on Wednesday.