The cheerleaders were full of school spirit for the teams they represented in the tournament at Logan County High School this weekend.

The cheerleaders were full of school spirit for the teams they represented in the tournament at Logan County High School this weekend.

The Logan County middle school teams played their annual tournament over the weekend. Auburn, Adairville, Chandlers, Olmstead and Lewisburg each sent boys and girls teams to battle it out on the court at Logan County High School. The first round was played on Thursday, with the championship being held on Saturday.

The Auburn Lady Tigers defeated the Olmstead Lady Rams in the girls championship. The Lewisburg Rangers held on for the win against the Olmstead Rams in the boys game.

The cheerleaders were full of school spirit for the teams they represented in the tournament at Logan County High School this weekend.

Lewisburg 8th grader Cole Porter trips over Olmstead's

as they both go for a loose ball on Saturday at Logan County high School.

Lewisburg fans cheer on the Rangers during the boys championship on Saturday. Lewisburg won the crown after defeating Olmstead.

Lady Tiger Nora Epley lines up for a free throw during the game against Olmstead.

Mariah Steward drives the ball around Olmstead's

Olmstead's Donovan Morrow glides into the lane Saturday night against Lewisburg.

Emerson Mckinnis from Auburn takes a shot at the hoop during the middle school tournament on Saturday.

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Lady Tiger Kadyn Costello shoots during the middle school girls championship game on Saturday at Logan County High School. Auburn won the game.

Lewisburg's Dye eyes a loose ball during the championship game against Olmstead. Lewisburg won the tournament for the boys.

Olmstead's Gracie Borders drives in for a layup in the middle school championship game.