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The Logan County Cougars went 1-1 at the end of the week last week during their game against Warren Central and Caldwell County. On Thursday, the Cougars travelled to the home of the Warren Central Dragons and took a big win of 8-2. On Saturday the Cougars invited the Caldwell County Tigers to their home field but fell 1-3 in extra innings.


On Thursday, the Cougars would have a strong start to their game against the Dragons. The Cougars would get their bats going and score three runs in the first inning. The Cougars defense would be able to hold the Dragons from scoring until the bottom of the third inning. The Dragons would score two runs, which would threaten the Cougars lead. The Cougars would hold on to the small 3-2 lead going into the fourth inning.


The Cougars offense would score one run in the fourth inning and add four more runs to their score in the fifth inning of the game. The Cougars would hold on to their strong lead and finish out the game with an 8-2 win.


Jacob Wood, Matt Harper and Jackson Campbell would all finish the game with two RBIs each. Caleb Bruner would end the game with one RBI.


Hunter Britt pitched for the Cougars all seven innings of the game. Britt allowed five hits, two runs, walked non and struck out three.


The Cougars went on to face the Caldwell County Tigers on Saturday. The game would have a slow start as the teams battled back and forth throughout the game. Finally in the fourth inning of the game senior Ian Woodall would hit a single and drive in Matt Harper. This run would give the Cougars a lead of 1-0 going into the fifth innings.


The game remained quiet until the top of the seventh inning when the Tigers would score one run. The game would remained tied 1-1 at the end of the seventh inning. This resulted in the Cougars heading to extra innings.


The Tigers would get big hits and end up scoring two runs on an error by the Cougars. The Cougars offense would not be able to score, so they would fall 3-1 to the Tigers.


Ian Woodall would hold the only RBI for the Cougars. Joe Holliday would pitch for the Cougars for a majority of the game. Holliday would allow two hits, three runs, walk two and strikeout 12. Matt Harper would also pitch for the Cougars and allow no runs, no hits, walk none and strikeout one.


The Cougars will head to Todd County Central tonight to face the Rebels. The game will begin a 7 p.m.


 
 
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