Sophomore Addie White shoots a layup at Diddle Arena last week during the 4th Region tournament.

Sophomore Addie White shoots a layup at Diddle Arena last week during the 4th Region tournament.

Last season, the Lady Cougars of Logan County finished the season with a record of 10-21 after losing the opening round of the district tournament. This season was completely different for Coach Finley Baird's ladies. Logan County won the district championship after beating Franklin-Simpson and Todd County Central. The Lady Cougars then opened up the 4th Region tournament at WKU with a big 69-57 win over Metcalfe County. Then there was the Bowling Green Lady Purples.

Bowling Green ended the season for the Lady Cougars during the 4th Region tournament for the third time in three trips on Friday night. In 2014-2015, it was Bowling Green winning 46-39 in the second round of the tournament. The '15-'16 season ended the same way with the Lady Purples defeating Logan 60-51. On Friday night, the final was 72-39 in favor of Bowling Green.

Former Russellville Panthers coach Calvin Head and his Lady Purples dominated the third quarter and held on for the win. Bowling Green then went on to beat South Warren the following night to win the 4th Region crown. They will advance to the Sweet 16, which starts on Wednesday.

During the game on Friday, Kennedy Nichols was the leading scorer for Logan County with 14 points. Peyton Vanzant had six. Halie Borders, and Sarah Beth Hale had five points each.

Addie White was two out of two at the free-throw line. White only missed one free-throw the entire season in 22 attempts.

Kennedy Nichols finished the season with a team-high 421 points and 375 rebounds.

The Lady Cougars complete the 2017-2018 season with a record of 22-11.

Sophomore Addie White shoots a layup at Diddle Arena last week during the 4th Region tournament.

Lady Cougar Kennedy Nichols tries to dodge a defender and find the basket last week at WKU. Logan County made it to the second round of the 4th Region tournament before being eliminated by Bowling Green on Friday night.

Photos by Kelly Phillips | NDL

Halie Borders watches for a rebound during the opening round of the 4th Region tournament last week. The Lady Cougars lost to Bowling Green on Friday to end the season.

Peyton Vanzant takes a shot during the 4th Region tournament at Western Kentucky University last week. The Lady Cougars beat Metcalfe County 69-57 in the opening round.

The Logan County High School pep band followed the Lady Cougars to WKU for the 4th Region tournament. The band filled Diddle Arena with a variety of selections that showcased the talent of this group of students.