Junior Carlie Alvis battles for a loose ball near the line. The Lady Cougars won 66-60 and are now (4-1) on the season.

Junior Carlie Alvis battles for a loose ball near the line. The Lady Cougars won 66-60 and are now (4-1) on the season.

The Lady Cougars are riding a hot streak early in the basketball season. On Tuesday night, they handed Daviess County a 66-60 loss to win their fourth straight. Logan County (4-1) lost the season-opener to last year's 4th Region champions, Russell County (6-1.) Since then they have beaten Warren East, Ohio County, Franklin-Simpson, and Daviess County.

On Tuesday, Kennedy Nichols scored 20 points and Sarah Beth Hale dropped 19 on the Daviess County Lady Panthers. The visitors kept the game in reach at times, but Coach Finley Baird's Ladies scored 17 in the final frame to win 66-60.

The Lady Cougars were 16 out of 24 at the line. Hale, Nichols, and Peyton Vanzant each hit four free-throws. Hale also hit three 3-pointers.

Logan County will host a district game against Todd County on Friday. The Lady Rebels are (2-4) on the year.

The Logan County Cougars had a tough task against the undefeated Warren Central Dragons in boys action on Tuesday. The Cougars fell 85-57 on the road.

On Friday they host another undefeated team. The Todd County Central Rebels will come to Logan County High School with an unspoiled record for a district matchup.

Junior Carlie Alvis battles for a loose ball near the line. The Lady Cougars won 66-60 and are now (4-1) on the season.

Sarah Beth Hale glides in for an easy 2-points on Tuesday. Hale scored 19 in the 66-60 win.

KJ Page jumps for a ball in the JV game against Daviess County on Tuesday.

Sophomore Kennedy Nichols goes up for a shot against tight coverage. Nichols powered her way to 20 points on the night.

Photos by Kelly Phillips | NDL

Sarah Beth Hale blocks a shot against Daviess County on Tuesday. Hale scored 19 points in the 66-60 win.

Paige Vanzant gets a steal on Tuesday in the win over Daviess County.