Cougars Looking Forward not Back
After Friday night, Dickson County will see their season come to an end.
If everything goes according to plan, however, the Cougars will have a chance for their first multi-win season since 2018, the first one in region play since 2016, and they will be able to look forward with hope and momentum.
Antioch, Friday’s opponent, is just simply not good.
They are winless on the season, and games have not been close.
The Bears have scored no more than fifteen in any game and given up 28 plus in every game.
To be fair, if you eliminate the McGavock game, they have given up 42 plus in every game.
It should be a very fun homecoming night for the Cougars.
Dickson County has much bigger things to think about, however.
Ever since the LaVergne fiasco, and subsequent win, this team has seemed different.
Don’t get me wrong, they still got blown out by Cane Ridge and Smyrna, but progress is more evident now than it was the first several weeks of the season.
We still have Friday night before we can fully evaluate this season and this program going forward.
That being said, Cane Ridge is blowing out everyone, Smyrna would have been tighter if not for weather and lengthy delays, and ever since Head Coach Greg Burns was forced to play younger guys this team has had a different vibe to it.
Friday night we will see, hopefully, the culmination of a seemingly program-shifting four-game stretch to end this year.
The game kicks off at 7 pm with the pre-game beginning at 6:30 pm.